26 November 2015 — Consumption and connectivity of social networking services are steadily increasing due to widespread usage of cloud, mobile devices and the Internet of Things. The combination of cloud computing, mobile devices and connected sensors provides massive amounts of diverse data practically everywhere 24/7.
29 October 2015 — Cloud computing is now a part of our everyday lives. Although many people are not aware of all the things cloud provides them, most of us would have a hard time being without it. Cloud is a genuine technical paradigm shift, with broad based implications on today’s technology landscape.
16 September 2015 — We reflect on the experience of an early-stage mobile startup and its struggles in the “trough of sorrow”. During this phase, many teams make the classic mistake of adding the “next feature” in hopes to spark traction for the entire product. Instead, mobile startups should consider a “zoom-in” pivot, where a single feature becomes the whole product
27 August 2015 — Big Data has been a big deal since the early 2010s. Although the biggest hype has already faded, now is an interesting time to dig up this topic again, as many industries have sobered up to the realities of this originally somewhat overhyped buzzword and the first batch of winners (and losers) of implementing Big Data strategies have emerged.
31 July 2015 — Energy storage systems (ESS) are one of the most critical components that is leading the change of the entire energy industry. As technology continues to develop the industry dynamics, the energy sector is likely to be very active, offering opportunities to players with a clear strategy.
25 May 2015 — Our current energy supply networks form a highly complex large scale network connecting cities and even countries together. This ecosystem of technology and various players is facing a major revolution.
22 March 2015 — The smart home market is undergoing rapid growth. Although this is a complicated market, and one where integrated and networked solutions may be required, it is also ripe for beautifully simple innovation, as demonstrated by some of the startups in the field.
29 January 2015 — The total number of security incidents has increased by 48% from 2013 to 2014. It comes as no surprise then that global IT security is expected to grow at a pace of 10% annually. The World Economic Forum ranked cyberattacks among the top 5 most likely global risks in 2014.