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Accelerate government transformations success rate

The whole world in the process of digital transformation (DT), every company in every size, all is attempt to accelerate their digital transformation before their competitor did. Digital transformation (DT) also be the global trend for government, and government transformations if you read in the global news, it take place every country in the globe.

Government or public sector had extensive range of technology by generation one a decade, some as old as from IBM dominance main frame technology, to Windows-Intel (WinTel) Windows server and client, to client/server application and web application, and the modern mobile application to perform various federal to state government function. As the one of the

Modern and future DevSecOps ready application security testing (AST)

This year Magic Gartner Application Security Testing (AST) can summarize in one theme, either DevSecOps ready or you are out from being covered as the leading supplier. DevSecOps being a mega trends as the world under strong business and market pressure for being “Digital Transformation” ready, regardless of sector or industry. From the top down

Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

At the movie world we saw Avengers: Infinity War part 1 on movie screens. At the telecommunications industry we saw the infinity war is begin as well with T-Mobile and Sprint are merging to invest in 5G Mobile Network and market under T-Mobile name. This USD 26 billion deal will impact everyone, start from the

From DevOps Shift Left Testing to DevSecOps Shift Left Security

World is changing at the speed of light, Digital Transformation (DT) initiative happen all the places across globe. We keep saw giant corporation falls and new rising corporation who leverage the digital transformation to establish themselves in the new marketplace, regardless of industries and sectors. Shift Left Matters from testing to security In the world

Cloud Security will be Advantage in A&D

As aerospace and defense (A&D) manufacturers balance agility and speed with the need for ever-increasing vigilance and security, they are also facing the daunting task of keeping IT systems aligned with their changing business strategies. This conflict of speed versus security is especially challenging in the area of cloud computing. The Department of Defense (DOD)

DARPA seeks resilient constellation of satellites

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking information on new technologies it can use to manage the sharing of missions across large constellations of inexpensive low-earth orbit satellites for the Defense Department. The distributed approach to networked satellites would provide “both redundancy and resiliency” even though it “requires much more complex management to fully

Six Critical Rules For Defense Contractors

To thrive in this environment, defense contractors can no longer rely on a classic arm’s-length framework, in which a U.S.-based defense company, for instance, does business with a foreign country only as an exporter of products. Instead, defense contractors will be building closer relationships with more countries: assessing each market individually, deciding which are appropriate

Can Aerospace and Defense Companies Meet Their Expectation?

The aerospace and defense (A&D) sector, which has long been a Wall Street darling, is facing a crossroads. For the last five years, the A&D Index has delivered an average annual total shareholder return (TSR) of 25.8 percent, handily outperforming the S&P 500’s TSR of 15.6 percent. But at a certain level, these returns are

Cyber Security For The Defense Industry

The defence industry has changed dynamically over the past decade. Threats from conventional insurgent activities are no longer the only concerns for the defence industry. Advancement in the field of information technology, up-gradation of existing weapons with intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems along with increasing volume of classified data gathered systems have necessitated the usage

Accelerate government transformations success rate
The whole world in the process of digital transformation (DT), every company in every size, all is attempt to accelerate their digital transformation before their competitor did. Digital transformation (DT) also be the global trend for government, and government transformations if you read in the global news, it take place every country in the globe.

Technology in Government

Government or public sector had extensive range of technology by generation one a decade, some as old as from IBM dominance main frame technology, to Windows-Intel (WinTel) Windows server and client, to client/server application and web application, and the modern mobile application to perform various federal to state government function. As the one of the
Modern and future DevSecOps ready application security testing (AST)
This year Magic Gartner Application Security Testing (AST) can summarize in one theme, either DevSecOps ready or you are out from being covered as the leading supplier. DevSecOps being a mega trends as the world under strong business and market pressure for being “Digital Transformation” ready, regardless of sector or industry. From the top down
Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

At the movie world we saw Avengers: Infinity War part 1 on movie screens. At the telecommunications industry we saw the infinity war is begin as well with T-Mobile and Sprint are merging to invest in 5G Mobile Network and market under T-Mobile name. This USD 26 billion deal will impact everyone, start from the
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From DevOps Shift Left Testing to DevSecOps Shift Left Security
World is changing at the speed of light, Digital Transformation (DT) initiative happen all the places across globe. We keep saw giant corporation falls and new rising corporation who leverage the digital transformation to establish themselves in the new marketplace, regardless of industries and sectors. Shift Left Matters from testing to security In the world
Cloud Security will be Advantage in A&D
As aerospace and defense (A&D) manufacturers balance agility and speed with the need for ever-increasing vigilance and security, they are also facing the daunting task of keeping IT systems aligned with their changing business strategies. This conflict of speed versus security is especially challenging in the area of cloud computing. The Department of Defense (DOD)
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DARPA seeks resilient constellation of satellites
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking information on new technologies it can use to manage the sharing of missions across large constellations of inexpensive low-earth orbit satellites for the Defense Department. The distributed approach to networked satellites would provide “both redundancy and resiliency” even though it “requires much more complex management to fully
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Six Critical Rules For Defense Contractors
To thrive in this environment, defense contractors can no longer rely on a classic arm’s-length framework, in which a U.S.-based defense company, for instance, does business with a foreign country only as an exporter of products. Instead, defense contractors will be building closer relationships with more countries: assessing each market individually, deciding which are appropriate
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Can Aerospace and Defense Companies Meet Their Expectation?
The aerospace and defense (A&D) sector, which has long been a Wall Street darling, is facing a crossroads. For the last five years, the A&D Index has delivered an average annual total shareholder return (TSR) of 25.8 percent, handily outperforming the S&P 500’s TSR of 15.6 percent. But at a certain level, these returns are
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Cyber Security For The Defense Industry
The defence industry has changed dynamically over the past decade. Threats from conventional insurgent activities are no longer the only concerns for the defence industry. Advancement in the field of information technology, up-gradation of existing weapons with intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems along with increasing volume of classified data gathered systems have necessitated the usage
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7 Ways Driverless Cars Could Fail

1. There are too many “corner cases.” While driver less cars have demonstrated remarkable proficiency in many aspects of driving, some contend that many driving scenarios will remain unsolved. MIT’s John Leonard, for example, points to left hand turns into heavy traffic, adverse weather, changes to road surfaces, and eye and hand gestures as open
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5 Benefits of Autonomous Cars Improve Our Lives
With autonomous vehicles and connected cars already starting to hit the roads of cities across the globe, the potential benefits and challenges of this mobility revolution are being scrutinized in increasing detail. Research from Ohio University​ has highlighted just some of the potential ways that driverless cars could improve our lives – whether it’s by
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How Do Driver less Cars can Work?

Even though they’re barely on the road, self-driving cars have been talked about so much that they already seem like they’re last year’s model. Google has been working on one for years. Apple is allegedly, possibly, working on one, too. And there’s even speculation that everyone from Uber to Tesla could join the race, too.
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Autonomous Car : Perception,Localization,Mapping
To perfect self-driving cars, companies in the AV space are now working on different approaches, focused on perception, mapping, and localization. Perception. The goal—to achieve reliable levels of perception with the smallest number of test and validation miles needed. Two approaches are vying to win this race. Radar, sonar, and cameras. To perceive vehicles and
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What does Autonomous Car mean?

What does Autonomous Car mean?

An autonomous car is a vehicle that can guide itself without human conduction. This kind of vehicle has become a concrete reality and may pave the way for future systems where computers take over the art of driving. An autonomous car is also known as a driverless car, robot car, self-driving car or autonomous vehicle.
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Cognitive Computing Use Cases Within Healthcare
There are a number publicized use cases in the UK already. For example, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and a leading healthcare charity are seeing the first implementation of cognitive computing. Both projects are at a relatively early stage with live users working with the systems. For Alder Hey the initial work is focused on improving children’s experience
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How Cognitive Computing Will Impact The Retail Industry
Cognitive computing is all the buzz these days, and it is expected to make a huge impact on the retail industry. Consider the following stats from IBM Institute for Business Value’s recent report, Thinking like a customer: -91% of retail executives familiar with cognitive computing believe it will play a disruptive role in their organization
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what is identity and access management
Drone deliveries, mobile car parking assistance, keyless building access. They’re all possible now but how much is necessity and how much is pure hype? The truth is that offices need to be able to flex towards the future workforce. And that means making them smarter. But instead of implementing a building full of expensive gimmicks,
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The Benefits of Integrated Intelligence in the Workplace
The total market size of smart workplace is expected to reach more than $43 billion by 2020 according to recent research by MarketsandMarkets. This growth in spending is designed to help companies improve efficiency, while also reducing overhead costs. Typically, IT spending has been reserved for maintaining legacy software systems and implementing cloud storage systems,
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Smart workplace prediction for 2040

Johnson Controls’ Global Workplace Solutions (GWS) business ‘Smart Workplace 2040 report’ claims that 25 years from now, work will be seen as something workers do, rather than a place to which they commute. Ways of working will be very different as a new generation of what it terms ‘workspace consumers’ choose their time and place
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