ITware is excited to announce that we will be presenting at the HOUG 2017 Conference! This is the largest business and technology conference of Oracle in Hungary and will take place on March 27th – 29th.
In recent years, there have been enormous leaps in the quality of a wide range of technologies. We now have speech recognition functions on our smartphones and computers, which many companies have adapted, for instance, Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Amazon’s Alexa, as well as the many voice- responsive features of Google.
In the past few years online streaming has become a major trend and many tech and media companies are taking advantage of this opportunity. Netflix was one of the first companies to achieve global success by delivering a television and movie streaming service.
With digitalization and Industry 4.0 completely reshaping the business platform, the priorities of CIO’S can seem daunting and endless. There is more pressure on CIO’s than ever before to stay ahead of existing and emerging competitors.
Information technology has come a long way in the past decade, we are now in the midst of the digital revolution, where information technology is one in which data is king. The rate of new innovation in IT has changed the way individuals operate in every aspect of life. Old business models are now being shattered, with disruption driving new innovation, new ways of thinking through problems and new solutions.
ITware is currently in the first phase of creating a new solution for one of our clients, we have created a case study to share with our viewers.
Industry 4.0 refers to the fourth industrial revolution and consists of the trends in data and cloud computing technologies, the internet of things, and automation. These technologies and systems are the driving force of the digital revolution. This revolution has already begun to spread across industries globally and it has been predicted that it will benefit production immensely due to increased connectivity across businesses, transforming manual factories into smart factories.
At ITware, we have regular meetups discussing different IT related topics of interest or of importance. At our most recent meetup one of our colleagues demonstrated a presentation on how Mr. Dárdai Pál (the coach of Hertha BSC football club) has marched to success with the help of his agile mindset.
In October, this year one of our colleagues attended the OpenStack Summit in Barcelona in order to gain some insights on new technology trends, as well as some knowledge on how different companies are utilizing the OpenStack infrastructure.
Due to ITware’s successful entry into the Japanese market, ITware is now published on the EU Japan centers website! The case study that was published explains why we have chosen to do business in Japan, the steps we have taken, challenges we have faced, and the next steps to be taken. However, in order to view the case study, you have to be a member of the Japanese centers website, therefore we have decided to post the case study here as well for our viewers to see.