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  • Digital transformation: What does it mean for business?

    There is a lot of talk about how all industries, indeed all companies, must transition to become digital, must engage in digital transformation. But the first step has to be to understand what this actually means.
  • Can blockchain save the music industry?

    Are artist-driven blockchain-based services like Mycelia and Mediachain the future of the music industry?
  • Will Moore’s law continue forever?

    Moore’s law is a computing term that originated in the 70’s. Simply put, it states that “processing power will double every two years”.
  • Turning your GoogleAds into profit

    How will you capitalise on GoogleAds new way of displaying results on the Search Engine Results Page? #SERP
  • Stolen passwords

    32 million, 100 million, 360 million… No, were not talking about money, but usernames and passwords. It has been much more common of late to see a headline dominating the news about cyber-crime and more precisely, about stolen passwords.
  • Social engineering

    There was once an infamous computer related ‘inconvenience’ known as the Millennium Bug. This bug (a.k.a the Y2K or Year 2000 Bug) caused many to live in dread of what, looking back, was no more than a supremely hyped matter about an existing programming “bug” residing on the older populace of computers and network equipment at the time.
  • Brand 3.0

    Nowadays everybody talks about brands - they have become the way by which we define our lifestyles and identity as individual creatures in this global town. But when you think about it, what is a brand?
  • Practical tips for protecting everyday devices

    Most of us are connected to the internet 24/7 nowadays - even while we sleep, our mobiles are sending data back and forth over the internet. But it is probably while we are awake and using the internet that we are most at risk and it cannot be stressed enough at how careful we need to be – just one small moment of carelessness can cause real problems.
  • The smartphone app development approach: Native or cross-platform?

    In 2008, the evolution of mobile applications began in earnest with the introduction of smartphones and the ability to install third party applications. This made it possible for developers to start developing mobile applications that could be installed on the smartphone itself. This changed the way we viewed mobile phones as the popular functions available were no longer limited to calling and sending text messages. The first smartphone apps were developed for general productivity and retrieval of information including email, calendar, contacts, stock market and weather information. Different apps were developed later on to satisfy the public demand, made possible with the introduction of new developer tools, themselves also fuelling the speed of evolution.
  • From self-driven cars to “flying cars” - a possible glimpse of our future?

    In the 80’s, teenagers were brought up with popular TV shows such as Knight Rider, which featured Michael Knight and his buddy K.I.T.T, a car controlled by a computer with artificial intelligence, autopilot and other sort of “wizardry”. Another hit movie from that era was Back to the Future, featuring the famous DeLorean car which, by mean of its Flux Capacitors and Fusion Reactor, was capable of flying through time!