Table Of Contents What are AR and VR, exactly? 7 Examples where AR/VR are boosting Banking and Financial Services Exciting times ahead Technological advancements continue at breakneck speeds, facilitating more convenient user, consumer, and customer experiences while providing businesses a significant edge against both incumbents and new market entrants. Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality … Continue reading AR/VR: The Next Frontier in Banking and Financial Services
Web 3.0 is the next evolution of the Web. Its development brings a change that will enable us, humans, to improve as a society, and collective growth could result. We can already see glimpses of Blockchain establishing web 3.0 ground rules. This more advanced ecosystem incorporates a decentralized server system mitigating the need to log … Continue reading What is web 3.0, and what does it mean for you? ￼
Distributed tracing, what is it? Using distributed tracing, a user can monitor how application requests are flowing from a front-end device to a backend service. Developers can troubleshoot latency issues or errors by utilizing distributed tracing. Need of distributed tracing In a recent new relic e-book titled “quick introduction to distributed tracing”, In addition to increasing … Continue reading Distributed Tracing: Why it matters?
RTMP, MPEG-DASH, and other video streaming protocols are standardized delivery methods for fragmenting video clips and reassembling them for transmitting to the audience. In recent years, live streaming has emerged as one of the most sought-after communication and entertainment tools. Video streaming is becoming much more popular than any other industry in the current world. … Continue reading What is Real-Time Messaging Protocol? How does it Work?
Workflow automation – what is it? Workflow automation is the process of replacing manual work with digital tools and automating it.The process is usually performed on a single platform with different features that simplify the daily tasks within a few minutes. With the help of business preset guidelines, workflow automation can ensure business policies are … Continue reading Top 7 Effective Steps for a Workflow Automation
Mobile commerce isn’t the next big thing. There have been mobile commerce for a while. The implications of not adopting m-commerce should be understood by startups and business owners. Globally, e-commerce generated $2.32 trillion in sales in 2019, representing 67.2% of all e-commerce sales. In 2021, the figure is expected to reach $3.56 trillion, or … Continue reading Rise of Mobile Commerce
Traditionally, companies’ business growth has been hindered by legacy systems. It’s imperative to update outdated systems that add no value as business dynamics change and customer behavior evolves. This is not something cool like owning a retro car. Its value does not increase over time. In reality, it slows down your operations and increases the time … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Modernizing Legacy Systems in Business Is Important
Natural language processing advancements such as GPT-3 and BERT have led to innovative model architectures. It is because of pre-trained models that machine learning has become accessible to the general public, allowing even people without a technical background to get their hands on building ML applications without needing to train their models. Most new NLP models … Continue reading GPT-3 Vs BERT For NLP Tasks
As the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated, unexpected events can cripple operations. Modern operations must be dynamic, responsive, and integrated with an organization’s ecosystem and workflows. The businesses that leverage intelligent automation to build these capabilities will be well positioned to address today’s workforce dislocation, supply chain challenges, and customer service disruptions – and to thrive in … Continue reading Automation and its impact on the Future of Work
Quantum computers would be like Einstein of computers, with extraordinary electronic brains that can complete tasks that are almost impossible for ordinary computers to complete. A 3×3-meter glass cube with 20 qubits that will be available for businesses and researchers in 2019 will be the first product to market with this amazing technology from IBM. … Continue reading What is quantum computing? And How quantum computers work