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Global IT Spending to Reach $3.9 Trillion in 2020
Businesses Revisit IT Spending as Economic and Political Uncertainty Lessens
Iran’s domestic cell phone production to hit 2m by 2022
According to irandaily, Iran’s communications and information technology minister said four Iranian companies will produce two million mobile phones a year within the next two years to fill a gap created in the market as a result of the American sanctions.
Employee safety is for sale
Location data is a risk to the enterprise. CISOs will need to invest in anti-surveillance technologies in 2020.
Artificial intelligence jobs on the rise, along with everything else AI
It is Reportedly zdnet, AI jobs are on the upswing, as are the capabilities of AI systems. The speed of deployments has also increased exponentially.
Iran foils major foreign cyberattack
According to Tehran Times, Communication and Information Technology Minister announced on that Iran has foiled a very big organized cyberattack on its electronic infrastructure.
Forecast Global IoT Enterprise Drone Shipments to Grow 50% in 2020
Construction Monitoring Is the Largest Use Case by Shipments Worldwide
Sepsis early warning technology could save thousands of lives
An early warning system for sepsis patients could save thousands of lives, a study by Imperial College London has found.
Bizarre calculator experiment shows how reliant people are on technology being 'honest'
According to Iran Daily, these days, it's hard to know whom to trust online, and how to discern genuine content from fakery.
Iran foils 33 million cyber attacks in one year
Iranian Minister of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has warned of a rise in cyber threats in the world, saying Tehran has foiled some 33 million cyber attacks over the past year alone.
NASA moves up first all-female spacewalk to fix power unit
NASA is moving up the first all-female spacewalk to this week because of a power system failure at the International Space Station (ISS).
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