The amount of global healthcare data is expected to increase dramatically by the year 2020. Early estimates from 2013 suggest that there were about 153 exabytes of healthcare data generated in that year. However, projections indicate that there could be as much as 2,314 exabytes of new data generated in 2020. – Statista The healthcare database is much more enormous than you would anticipate, as
The rise of data and how organizations are increasingly becoming data driven With huge amounts of data being generated every second from various sources such as business transactions, industrial machinery and social media, data is becoming the fuel that is driving any business. Organizations are relying on data and analytics to run every aspect of their business ranging from optimizing business
By 2023, more than 33% of large organizations will have analysts practicing decision intelligence, including decision modelling – Gartner Data-driven businesses are finding ways to utilize the gargantuan amount of data that is collected from their interactions with IoT devices, social networking platforms, industrial equipment, manufacturing work processes, etc.
Advanced technologies such as IoT, blockchain, edge computing and computer vision are helping address the need for real-time data for efficient and reliable cold chain warehousing and transportation. Now that Pfizer and BioNtech, and Moderna have announced successful trials of their COVID-19 vaccines, the anticipated challenges in the distribution of vaccines has highlighted one of the biggest
In today’s digital ecosystem, the success of a business depends a lot on the SaaS engineering capabilities of the organisation. To stay ahead of the curve, an organisation’s infrastructure, technology and processes must be agile, light on their feet and dynamic in scale. Cloud computing models of service, or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offers a reliable and affordable software infrastructure to
Medical advancements in public health has proven beneficial to medical field practitioners and experts, and have also become a boon to millions of people, worldwide. However, technology-powered medical advancements are yet to be used by the common man to its full extent.
Want to build quick enterprise-grade multi-channel applications with features like translation and internationalisation support, and responsive on all devices, and convert into native applications? SAP UI5, Open UI5 is one of the rapid application development (RAD) frameworks that can help you build the right app. In our first blog you had learnt how to setup SAP UI5 development environment,
“By 2025, nearly two-thirds of digital innovation factories will be prolific software producers with code deployed daily, over 90% of apps cloud-native, 80% of code externally sourced and 1.6 times more developers than today.” - IDC “We had a great plan, a competitive product, but still, we failed in the market”. Many of us would have come across such a statement when it comes to failed product
A well-known practice affecting businesses detrimentally is performing security checks on products towards the end of the development life cycle (SDLC). Adherences are thus enforced very late into the process, and when there is no pressure for a fast deployment, this model may very well work for the most part. However, in modern enterprise practices, product deployments and feature upgrades