Industry Update: DevOps in 2020

February 5, 2020

DevOps technology is disrupting the IT profession in countless ways. Demand for these services is increasing at an annual rate of 18.7%. By the year 2023, the market for DevOps is projected to be worth $9.4 billion. Despite the clear … Continued

Proptech: The Revolution Changing The Real Estate Industry

December 15, 2019

Over the last few years, companies like Zillow and Opendoor have revolutionized the real estate industry, demonstrating how technology can reshape how we buy and sell homes. During those early years, though, these companies just scratched the surface of what … Continued

Cloud Computing for Smart Water Management

December 9, 2019

Cloud computing is becoming a critical component of resource management for smart cities. The cloud provides the compute power needed to collect and analyze the massive amounts of data generated by a smart city. In particular, water and energy management … Continued

How Cloud Computing Supports Green Technology

November 25, 2019

Cloud computing is a cost-effective and scalable infrastructure for running High Performance Computing (HPC) and web applications. However, the growing demand for cloud infrastructure increases the energy consumption of data centers. Clouds are virtualized data centers offered as services on … Continued

Data Loss Prevention for Water and Energy Companies

November 17, 2019

Utility companies manage sensitive customer data such as paying methods, addresses, and phone numbers. More utility companies are adopting smart technology, to manage operations and customer relations. For instance, most utility companies now accept credit card payments, which means they … Continued

Moving Utilities to the Cloud: A Game Changer

October 20, 2019

People in modern cities rely on effective public infrastructure for utilities such as power and water. After decades of relying on outdated operation models, the utility industry is turning to cloud computing to improve their reliability and availability. Moreover, utility … Continued