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Smart home data analytics solutions continue to emerge

It is now obvious that, Smart home data analytics solutions continue to emerge, and market participants are just beginning to realize the opportunity offered by volumes of data. For those who are unfamiliar, Analytics solutions not only use data to provide insight into the home, but also create new possibilities for generating revenue and providing consumers with more value. According to a new report from NavigantRSRCH, global smart home data analytics revenue is expected to increase from $1.3 billion in 2017 to $11.0 billion in 2026.

Here is where the market of Smart home data analytics solutions is focused

Very interesting to see that, many beginning to discover the opportunity analytics solutions have to offer. The opportunities are huge as, the market is focused on using analytics to engage customers and gain insight into the home. As volumes of data grow and companies further explore use cases for data, Navigant Research expects analytics to enable more advanced functionality, such as home automation, and play a vital role in creating smarter homes.

Blockchain solution to digitize the issuance of securities for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Europe

At the core of stakes, we have the ability to simplify the tracking and management of shareholding information, to create a distributed shared registry containing a record of all shareholder transaction. In effect, Borsa Italiana, and IBM are building a blockchain solution to digitize the issuance of securities for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Europe. One can observe that, the blockchain solution for unlisted SMEs in Europe is designed to replace the paper trading certificates that are commonly issued to private companies today. Built on Hyperledger Fabric version 1.0, a blockchain framework and and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation, the system is designed to help ensure that highly sensitive securities data can be shared amongst permissioned network participants while remaining secure and gated.

Organizations that are actively managing the quality of open source components benefit from…

It is now obvious that, Organizations that are actively managing the quality of open source components gain in improved developer productivity; reduction in overall development costs, increased inapplication quality, and utilizing automated governance tools, they drastically reduce the percentage of defective components.

Companies are no longer building software applications from scratch

very interesting to observe that , steadily, companies are no longer building software applications from scratch, they are manufacturing them as fast as they can using an infinite supply of open source component parts.
If many still rely on manual and time consuming governance and security practices instead of embracing DevOps-native automation, it is clear that, development teams managing trusted software supply chains are dramatically improving quality and productivity.