Tag Archives: Technology

14Dec/21

Internet Hall of Fame Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Internet Hall of Fame announced today the names of 21 pioneers and visionaries from 11 countries who have made outstanding contributions to the Internet’s global growth, reach, security, and scale. The new inductees will be honored at a virtual ceremony today which can be viewed via Livestream, starting at 14:00 UTC (9 a.m. ET). Continue reading

02Dec/21

The Welfare of Water Use in Sub-Saharan African Communities

With the hope of improving drinking water conditions in African communities, Waterdrop has made a 3-year commitment to support The Water Project’s (TWP) western Kenya program. This partnership will provide aid to rural communities and schools suffering from a lack of access to clean water through new and rehabilitated wells, protected springs, and rainwater tanks. Continue reading

29Nov/21

Digital Banking Start-up DNBC Weighs on Safety of Every Transaction

Innovations have created more competitions, and increased practice of providing better access to opportunities as well as resources. Typically, digital banking start-ups are breaking the financial market with their unique and innovative developments. Going through many stages of digital innovations, DNBC Financial Group is also undergoing a profound transformation and adopting new technologies to ensure the safety of every transaction. Continue reading

16Nov/21

Everyone Can Be a Developer: SAP Introduces Tools for Citizen and Professional Developers, Embedded AI, and a Free Learning Experience

SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced new products and services that empower citizen and professional developers alike to accelerate digital transformation. The pandemic spotlighted talent as a key challenge for organizations around the world. “The worldwide shortage of full-time developers will increase from 1.4 million in 2021 to 4.0 million in 2025,” according to IDC.

07Nov/21

Linux Foundation’s Open Source Climate Welcomes Airbus, EY and Red Hat

The Linux Foundation’s OS-Climate has announced that Airbus and EY have joined its cross-industry coalition seeking to accelerate the global transition to net zero through open data and open source decision-making tools for companies, investors, banks, and regulators. This follows the news in September that Red Hat (an IBM company) had joined and is contributing a world-class team of data scientists and developers to build the OS-Climate platform. Also announced is Airbus’ contribution of a scenario analysis modeling platform to analyze the clean energy transition. Continue reading