Showing posts from September 19, 2016

Critical Software Applications Do Not Meet Expectations, Wasting Valuable Resources and Driving up Costs

Critical software applications deserve great attention as they are at the heart of business operations within businesses. In our ever-connected world where the competition is very aggressive, this requirement is a game-changer. 
Unfortunately, Survey from IronMountainshows 55% of critical software applications don't meet expectations.
According to Key findings of Iron Mountain’s research, 55% percent of IT decision makers report having licensed critical software applications from a vendor that did not meet expectations. When enterprises select vendors that ultimately do not meet expectations, it wastes valuable resources and increases costs.

InVisage Lightweight Spark4K Micro-LiDAR (SML20) Module Designed for Autonomous Drones

At the core of stakes, we have an ultra-portable NIR micro-LiDAR module SML20 that enables autonomous drone flight, fusing depth mapping and high resolution 4K video for accurate obstacle avoidance at a 20-meter range without added weight of conventional LiDAR. In effect, InVisage TechnologiesInc., has launched its Spark Micro-LiDAR (SML20) module. 
Then, I can observe that, the previously announced Spark4K 13-megapixel, 1.1-micron NIR sensor enables the SML20 module to sense structured light patterns with high acuity at a range of 20 meters, even in direct sunlight.
These advantages make SML20 ideal for drones and other mobile autonomous devices that require a lighter, more power-efficient alternative to conventional LiDAR without the limitations of ultrasonic and stereo-camera depth sensing systems.

Implement and maintain the modern storage systems, also means

With digitization in every field, companies are facing new challenges related high data processing and storage. 
In effect, traditional storage solutions are not compatible with today's need and require more cost in terms of storage solution. 
It would also require an organization to revamp the storage strategy as well as invest in technical personnel to implement and maintain the storage systems.

An innovative OneTab™ EHR technology from Compulink

At the core of stakes we have the ability to allow physicians to easily view and document the exam from one screen; boosting physician productivity with EHR; eliminate all unnecessary clicks and reduce the time spent searching for patient information.
In effect, this new single screen approach to EHR aims to improve productivity by eliminating clicks and time spent searching for patient information.
Physicians can leverage customizable templates for documenting assessments and plans, EHR notes, and procedures. 
Special efficiency-enhancing features include Visual Documentation Engine (VDE), adaptive learning, and PracticeWatch™.
I can also observe that, Compulink’s all-in-one, database solution includes everything ENT practices may need to maximize efficiency and improve profitability including EHR, practice management, E-Prescribing, patient portal, ASC support.

Technologies disrupting the storage market

In our ever-connected world, data handling and its security remains a cause of concern for enterprises considering proper optimization of storage facilities. 
In effect storage facilities saw the disruption in the storage market with launch of SD cards, flash storage systems, holographic memory etc. 
For those who are unfamiliar, with the advent of Cloud Computing, cloud storage gained traction and cloud backup solutions became the part of disaster recovery strategy in enterprises.

The sense of scalable storage solution with low investments and least maintenance

It is my duty to recall that, demand for storage has been increasing in organizations with the accumulation and digitization of data and the inability of traditional storage systems to meet the storage demands. 
In effect, modern enterprises demand a scalable storage solution with low investments and least maintenance. 
Cloud storage gives easy access to enterprise data at reduced costs with a service model that manages the backup data remotely and makes it available to the user over a network.

Wireless local area network (WLAN): the 802.11ac standard Vs the 802.11n

Steadily and surely, the 802.11ac standard is charting its exciting path in the consumer market, and in the enterprise segment.The stakes are crucial when it comes to IT's mobility and digital initiatives.
IDC believes that enterprises will continue to invest in robust Wireless local area network (WLAN) infrastructure in order to compete effectively in the digital economy.
The firm reveals that the combined consumer and enterprise worldwide wireless local area network (WLAN) market segments increased 6.7% year over year in the second quarter of 2016 (2Q16), and increased 6.7% on a sequential basis. Refresh cycles and the funding of digital transformation initiatives in many enterprises are driving the momentum. 
In can also observe that, the 802.11ac standard has achieved market dominance; representing a clearly faster adoption rate from 802.11n compared to the 802.11a/b/g to 802.11n transition several years ago.

Smart wearables led by smart watches Vs basic wearable devices in China

The market dynamics in China when it comes to wearable devices are perfectly very particular on the fact that, unlike basic wearable products in overseas markets where fitness tracking is their main function, basic wearable devices in China are of much richer product forms and offer more functionality. 
This has enabled the fast expansion of China’s basic wearable device market,” said Jean Xiao, Research Manager at IDC China. 
Chinese vendors have a more profound understanding of local market segments. In effect, cost-effective products and precisely targeted marketing and sales strategies plea to Chinese consumers more easily. Local vendors’ ability to adapt quickly and cultivate new market segments intensively is very exciting.
According to IDC, shipments of basic wearable devices such as wristbands, children’s watches and smart running shoes grew by 92.1%, while smart wearables led by smart watches were up by 3.4% from a year earlier.

Siemens is investing in initiatives to help transform U.S. manufacturing

In our ever-connected digital world, companies of all sizes have unmatched opportunities to become more competitive through digital technologies.
By unveiling the Siemens Digital Enterprise Showcase, Siemens taps into this reality with the goal to help enable industrial manufacturers to observe and explore a working digital enterprise so they can better understand its potential value to their own organizations. 
I can observe that, Siemens Digital Enterprise Showcase creates a hands-on environment to illustrate how digitalization can help answer questions such as how manufacturers can extend the digital twin strategy across the value chain, including supply chain and the factory floor, to realize bottom line results; how to optimize human-systems integration; how to make organizational transformations to experience the full potential of digitalization of the value chain; and how to educate America’s workforce on digital manufacturing and design technologies.