In the constantly evolving world we live in, where we see new technologies coming and going, some last and create a revolution while others fade into the night. Artificial Intelligence or AI, which has been here for some time, has now occupied the stage and is taking the world by storm. There’s no one who hasn’t heard of the new buzzword that is AI. From LinkedIn polls to WhatsApp forwards, AI has become ubiquitous and we can easily name ChatGPT the player of the series this year.
These are the four values carved by the original Agile alliance which aimed to enhance software development and change the paradigm for the world of technology. 17 software luminaries came to a consensus in 2001 in Salt Lake City, Utah and the rest is history.
The right way of adapting and implementing big data is genuine debate. Foreseeing a data-driven future will be essential for market leaders as data quantities and sources are growing at exponential rates. Pressure on IT departments to make the switch to big data platforms has been amplified as the digital transformation has hastened the obsolescence of traditional enterprise data management structures. The big data-enabled architecture has been established, but so far, it has not yielded any tangible benefits for some enterprises.
Healthcare and technology are two of the most powerful forces. And when they come together, they can potentially transform the lives of millions.
As businesses strive for greater efficiency and flexibility in software development, the shift from monolithic to microservice architecture has become a prevalent trend across industries. This transition is driven by the need for increased speed and agility in the software delivery life cycle, enabling organizations to better meet the demands of today's fast-paced digital landscape. By continuously incorporating new product lines, functionalities, and capabilities, companies can create products that are both easily accessible and scalable.
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Governance policies are the anchor of the ship, guiding, charting the course, making course corrections, and ensuring you are on the right path. The policies, procedures, and practices of IT governance are the safety net of any organization and they also help in compliance with relevant regulations and standards. It should be a representation of your organization’s vision and mission, aligning with your business objectives.
In today's data-driven world, organizations face an ever-increasing number of cyber threats. These threats can compromise sensitive information, disrupt operations, and damage reputation. Therefore, it is crucial for organizations to establish security practices to protect their digital assets, avoid legal liabilities, and gain a competitive advantage. Implementing a robust Information Security Management System (ISMS) is key to addressing these challenges.
The widespread adoption of microservices has been a game-changer for businesses, allowing them to rapidly deploy new applications and services with unprecedented speed and agility that were previously unattainable with traditional, monolithic architectures. Just like every new software development and deployment method, Microservices have also unearthed some security challenges.
Nothing and no one can be trusted for data and privacy. A single leak can be catastrophic. Security and anonymity are of paramount importance and must be guaranteed. The stakes are high and so is the need for a Zero Trust Architecture.