DevOps is a combination of practices, tools and philosophies that enables companies to work more efficiently and deliver higher quality applications, products and services to their customers much faster than traditional processes. Faster-to-market means improved customer satisfaction, which gives DevOps organizations an edge over the competition.
Can computers think and make decisions like humans? Can they improve the productivity and efficiency of our day-to-day work? The answer is “yes”, as Machine Learning (ML) drives innovations to make this a reality.
“Of all the hard jobs around, one of the hardest is being a good teacher”- Maggie Gallagher.
Talking about the role of an effective teacher in a school, the renowned philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti wrote: “When I understand myself, I understand you, and out of that understanding comes love. Love is the missing factor; there is a lack of affection, of warmth in relationship; and because we lack that love, that tenderness, that generosity, that mercy in relationship, we escape into mass action which produces further confusion, further misery. We fill our hearts with blueprints for world reform and do not look to that one resolving factor which is love.”
Going once, going twice - sold! Over the years, spectrum auctions have raised billions of dollars in revenue for government coffers across the world. Given the insatiable appetite for mobile services, demand for spectrum has surpassed supply. That is not good news for operators, enterprises or even regulators as a shortage of spectrum stifles business growth. With 5G services just around the corner, carriers require innovative solutions to provide more spectrum rather than relying on conventional auctions and allocations.
Web service providers encourage end users to create an account when they come to browse and shop that requires providing personal information: date of birth, address, credit card information and more. For convenience sake, many users will use the same account username and password they use for other services when they create a new account. This potentially exposes them to the theft of information that could be sold.
The term Internet of Things was first coined 18 years ago. Today, it is a global phenomenon at the center of the next generation of digital innovation. But its future is not yet assured as IoT needs a robust infrastructure and backend applications able to support the billions of devices that are being connected to the internet.