Monthly ( March 2019) news for: #IoT, #DataSecurity, #Cloud, #SmartCities, #AI,#SmartHome,#DigitalTransformation

Move Over Content, Data is King

For as long as we can remember, we have been ruled by Bill Gates’ words that ‘content is king’

And while in 1996 – and a long while thereafter – this might have been true, a lot has happened since then: new concepts have been given rise, the Internet of Things has boomed, digital applications now manage all aspects of our lives, everything has become digital, from our books to our banks, all underpinned by one constant; Data. So, with this in mind it’s fair to say, content is out, and a new king is in town.

via @TechNative


Is Microsoft crazy to diss Office 2019? Like a fox.

When was the last time you heard a company denigrate its own product — and practically beg you not to use it? Most likely never.

Well, there’s a first time for everything, and Microsoft is breaking ground in product marketing in a decidedly odd way, telling its customers not to use Office 2019 because it’s old, kludgy, hard to use and, in general, not just up to the task.

Sounds like lunacy, right? But it’s not. That’s because the company isn’t telling you to abandon Office entirely. Instead, Microsoft is throwing shade on Office 2019 to get you to switch to the subscription version of Office, Office 365. So while the campaign to disparage Office 2019 may sound bizarre, there are plenty of good reasons for it.

vía @computerworld

How 5G Will Empower a New Era of Manufacturing

Manufacturing companies can feel product cycles tightening around them. In our fast-paced world, consumers are tossing out devices with rapid regularity, calling for the newest gadget, the hottest feature, the most instantaneous service.

But how will manufacturing companies keep pace with this growing demand while continuing to produce increasingly complex goods?

Smart Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, the Digital Enterprise, Factory of the Future or whatever you choose to call it, is revolutionizing the industry as we know it. Unlike the first industrial revolution of steam and iron (remember when hot water was a nifty tool?), this industrial revolution is splicing computing power and machine technologies to fuel a better, more efficient workplace that harnesses the abilities of modern informational, operational and communication technologies.

vía @iotforall

Best of Both Worlds: AI With Psychological Traits

In the world of mimicking human emotions artificially, let's explore how AI can be applied to psychology.

Behavior is the data in the field of psychology. While Natural Language Programming helps with classification and sentiment analytics, Neuro-Linguistic Programming can help in identifying and analyzing the patterns in thinking and behaving. It can also provide recommendations for the betterment of humankind

vía @DZone

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