The global pandemic has catalysed the adoption of new technologies across all major industries. The COVID-19 pandemic has redefined public expectations for what it means to be safe, and it has speeded up the acceptance as well as the adoption of public safety technology.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made waves within the tech world recently when he revealed plans for a new kind of digital platform, known as the Metaverse. While it’s unveiling hasn’t been that much of a surprise given that many of Zuckerberg’s long-term plans haven’t exactly been a secret, it’s only now that we know what’s... » read more
When it comes to personal computing, Microsoft’s Windows currently controls the vast majority of the market share, with well over 75%. Next comes Apple’s ecosystem, and finally there’s GNU/Linux. Linux is almost as old as Windows, but was primarily aimed at the server space, which means that it took more a decade before it began... » read more
The global pandemic changed many aspects of the modern world, but perhaps one of the most heavily impacted is the office environment. Hundreds of millions of office workers around the world suddenly found that they were no longer able to go into the office and had to instead shift their work to their home, and... » read more
While automation may feel as if it’s only now beginning to create whirlwinds all around us, the truth is it’s been around for a very long time in the workplace. Up until very recently, automation has largely been performing those humdrum and commonplace tasks humans shy away from so readily and eagerly.
When technology leaders come to mind, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos are usually names cited for their outstanding contribution to technology. Connecting billions, revolutionising computers, and smartphones, and providing goods to people around the world. However, if you’re interested in other technology though leaders who have plenty of sway for their inventions, read... » read more
Windows 10 currently dominates the global PC market share and is used by the vast majority of the world’s people as their main operating system. But behind the scenes there’s another OS that’s just as old and has become the backbone of much of the world’s internet and network infrastructure: Linux.
Technology has now become an important part of our lives and has fundamentally changed the way that we function as a society. Whether it’s for work, communication, research, or even gaming, modern technology has allowed humankind to evolve to an entirely new type of civilisation that we’ve never seen before.
One of the greatest changes as a result of digital technologies and the evolving world of doing business is the perceived consumer experience. After all, the aim of the game is to make bank that requires a customer base of returning customers in addition to appealing to new customers and achieving an even wider market.