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Canalys: China cloud companies quick to help combat coronavirus

Canalys estimates that China’s cloud infrastructure services market grew 66.9% in Q4 2019, as total spend reached US$3.3 billion more
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With new contracts drying up, India’s IT services industry should brace for challenging times ahead, says GlobalData

The actual impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the India´s IT services industry is now coming to the fore, with the number of new contract signings showing a consecutive decline over the past couple of months. While the extent of the drying-up of contracts will depend on how long the outbreak ultimately lasts, the Indian IT services industry should prepare itself for challenging times ahead, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company
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IBM helps bring supercomputers into the global fight against COVID-19

At IBM, I have the privilege of working with colleagues who have dedicated their lives and careers to advancing science and creating innovative technology that can be a force for progress in the world. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic we have been working closely with governments in the U.S. and worldwide to find all available options to put our technology and expertise to work to help organizations be resilient and adapt to the consequences of the pandemic, and to accelerate the process of discovery and enable the scientific and medical community to develop treatments and ultimately a cure
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Rapidly evolving trends in cloud networking security and cloud-native security

Our sense of security is deeply ingrained. For centuries we understood that, if a house has doors, you lock them. So, if your business network has an entry point, you install a firewall. But BYOD, wireless connectivity, and cloud applications have exploded the number of entry points. In today’s connected world, every single device or application expands the attack surface. If the network periphery goes fractal, where do you put security?
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Ericsson ConsumerLab: Ten hot consumer trends 2030 – The Internet of Senses

Early technology adopter consumers expect an Internet of Senses by 2030, enabling a new service economy based on digital sensory experiences. With the human brain as the user interface, consumers expect devices to respond to thoughts, creating a new interaction paradigm
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Cisco study provides new insights into countries’ readiness to create a digital economy in which all citizens can participate

Research shows that improvements in a country’s Basic Needs, Human Capital, and Technology Infrastructure have the biggest impact on their digital readiness more
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