The world is gradually becoming dominated by the presence of internet and the influence is visible across all business niches. Real estate has always been one of the most popular and reliable investment sources. According to a recent report by National Association of Realtors, 51% residents find their dream houses online. This particular sector is rapidly introducing digital tools that aims at making lives of both real estate brokers as well as clients easier and hassle-free.
If you are a Large-sized software company, Your IT team has enough on their plate already. They are expected to take care of the never ending volume of tickets while simultaneously developing cutting edge technology solutions, which you are bound to ask them to do because, if you’re not innovating, someone else definitely is !!! Same is the case, if you are a start-up with limited budget and no on-site software developers. As we all are aware of, Development, isn’t a side project; it requires a lot of labour upfront and testing and maintenance down the road. You can always hire more developers, but that’s going to incur a lot of cost as well as time ( yeah, we know how lengthy these recruitment process takes !!! ).
When everyone around us from toddlers to the aged rely on Alexa, Siri, and customer service chatbots, it’s no wonder Artificial intelligence may soon begin to feel like old news—at least to mainstream users. It has swiftly swayed its way from science fiction to reality, already enhancing business processes. In 2017 alone, the economy witnessed $12 billion in AI-related investments across 27 documented industries. One of the biggest advantages is that AI is not just for a handful of big companies, it can be adopted by both small and medium–sized organizations to excel.
e-Learning is in news and for all the good reasons. For those of us who are closely involved with e-Learning ( You can find out more about some of our e-Learning related projects here ), it’s new technologies, strategies and trends, know, how monumental this transformation can be. According to www.statista.com, In 2016, the global e-learning market was worth 165.36 billion U.S. dollars and is projected to surpass 243 billion U.S. dollars at a 5.08 percent CAGR in 2022.
7000+ people once again gathered this year at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, to check out all the latest goodies that Google has in store for 2018. Starting off with Sundar Pichai’s light humor pointing out what a major bug the wrong placement of “cheese” was in the burger emoji to putting spotlight on Artificial intelligence, this years annual conference for developers was as usual a hit. Here are 10 of the biggest unveilings from the event...
Earlier what was called machine to machine was merely an idea and now IoT which is a giant network of connected things is no longer a nascent dream. Gartner, Inc. forecasts that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. Total spending on endpoints and services will reach almost $2 trillion in 2017. IoT consists of three technology layers: sensors, microcontrollers and service platforms.