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Do you struggle with building smart applications on top of your data lake? Big Data but not enough insights? Too much talking, not enough walking?
The following points highlight what to expect regarding cybersecurity in public sector technology in the coming year.
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Across the board, the most impressive performers in tech have been the ones that have taken complex and time-consuming processes, and made them simpler.
With consumers frequently opting to share data in return for access to online content and services, the pressure is on for businesses to ensure that this information remains secure.
With the cloud now underpinning so many critical business functions, assuring services both throughout the migration journey and beyond, has never been more important.
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While state actors who run these databases will always have their own interests involved, it is important that the software community, and the public at large, push back against vulnerability data manipulation to the extent possible.
Technological advancements and digitisation is setting high goals for the enterprise application market.
While there is little doubt that IoT will continue to spread, it seems for many organisations taking the next step in the digital transformation journey has proved difficult.
Let’s take an in-depth look into the trends we expect to shape the data security landscape next year.
Around 80 per cent of the population in emerging markets is on prepaid mobile plans with almost no access to financial services, or a financial identity.
This inherent IT complexity is leaving banks concerningly behind other sectors, some banks being nervous to touch old systems as they are desperate to not cause an outage and make the next day’s papers.
Across the globe, technology companies and multi-stakeholder, cross-industry groups are investing money and time into exploring an innovation that is rapidly approaching usability.
For invisible payments and the technologies that enable them, we will no doubt see a continuation in the focus on consumer security and control.
Businesses must utilise technology that will increase their productivity and improve the customer experience they are providing.