Showing posts from April 17, 2017

Blockchain-bades Supply Chain Financial Services Platform for Pharmaceutical Procurement

At the core of stakes, we have improved efficiency, transparency and operation of supply chain finance. Living henceforth into the hyper-connected era where security and privacy requirements and concerns are at the core of stakes, IBM and Sichuan Hejia Co., Ltd., has launch of a blockchain-based, supply chain financial services platform for pharmaceutical procurement to help improve efficiency, transparency and operation of supply chain finance. I can observe that, working with IBM, Hejia has established a blockchain-based business network among these supply chain participants.  By tracking drugs through the supply chain and encrypting trading records, the transparency of the blockchain can help establish the authenticity of the transaction.

Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service

When it comes to Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service, potential users most focus on the ability to execute and completeness of vision. Platform should be well-proven and functionally rich, with regular releases to rapidly address this fast-evolving market. Capabilities to enable subscribers to implement data, application, API and process integration projects spanning cloud-resident and on-premises endpoints are a game-changer.

Global Education Data Security Market

The most interesting is to steadily observe trends such as analytical implications for data security. In effect, by linking big data with information on threat intelligence, education institutions can gain situational awareness. This enables them to understand the work of their IT resources and ability to remain secured against threats.
For those who are unfamiliar, Education institutes generate large volumes of data such as student information, learning content, and business-related information associated with network devices, applications, and user activities. The rising instances of data breaches have encouraged education institutions to come up with data security solutions. According to Research and Markets, to optimize their defenses, institutions need to gather the metadata as well as should be able to process them to make helpful conclusions.

The giants involved in the most promising cloud computing market

For those who are unfamiliar, Cloud Computing is the practice of sharing a network of remote servers which are hosted on the Internet to store, process, and manage data rather than on a local server or a personal computer. It specifically refers to a common storage space through which all the devices in the network can access data simultaneously. The use of Cloud computing technology not only gives cost benefits but also makes applications accessible to all devices in the network at any time and from any location. The giants involved in the most promising cloud computing market can be listed as Amazon Web Services, Akamai Technologies, Cisco Systems, Google Inc., Cloud Foundry, IBM Corp, Hewlett Packet, Dell, Microsoft Corp., VM-Ware and Yahoo Inc. However, data security and privacy is the key restrain for the growth of cloud computing market.