By Benjamin Stanley
If recent vehicle sales are any indication, the automotive industry has seen a resurgence of energy in recent years.
However, selling cars, and cars alone, is not going to sustain this renewed momentum and automakers and their partners will have to weather the transformative forces rising up around them. The good news, is that if you look closely, it will become clear that a new industry identity is emerging—one that is more inclusive and without borders.
It is with this new identity in mind that we decided to investigate what the automotive industry will look like in 10 short years. Continue Reading »
By Bill Liao
The great Arthur C. Clarke once wrote that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Yet in a time when nearly all human activity is reliant on the magic of computer software, entire generations of kids are not learning to program until far too late, and the dropout rate for computer science degrees is routinely 50 percent. We have a global shortage of good programmers, and many startup companies simply fail for want of decent programming talent.
By Angel Diaz
In my 20 years of experience in IT I have seen nothing moved as rapidly or with such market disruption as cloud computing. I’ve witnessed the emergence of the Web, the growth of HTML and the transformational introduction of e-business. With each technology shift there are those organizations that evolve, embrace change and thrive – and those that do not. When a technology as dynamic and fast moving as cloud takes off, the ability to journey with it, remaining nimble and flexible as it evolves, is key.
Such flexibility requires open standards.