Nowadays, businesses are often focused on considering remote work to unlock a greater pool of talent globally, adjust to employees’ needs, or simply lower operating costs. BCG goes as far as to say that work will never be the same.
As it becomes necessary for businesses to adapt to our tech-centric world, it is important to understand what the difference is between three terms that are having an immense impact on the future of all companies: digitization, digitalization, and digital transformation.
Is there a roadmap for digital transformation? There’s no chance for that. Every company is different, has its own potential, challenges, and goals. However, there are some methods that can help to simplify this process.
Cars become increasingly software-driven and that means automotive software development challenges. Automotive Internet of Things (IoT) is, at least for the consumers, one of the most visible examples of commercial IoT uses.
5G means endless possibilities. It is the next generation of communication technology, linking high-speed, low latency and wireless services altogether. It will transform the economy, healthcare, cities and local communities.
Welcome to Virtual Reality 2.0. VR 2.0 is not about replacing VR or Augmented Reality (AR). It’s about a combination of both worlds, delivering on promises that each individual technology can’t deliver.