Beacon and Cisco have teamed up to detail the business benefits that enterprises realize from investing in privacy programs and tools, their preparation for and compliance with privacy regulations, and the risks associated with maintaining subpar privacy standards.
We examine key elements of the Missile Defense Review, analyze the implications of proposed policies, and outline key questions for industry to consider.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that creates a permanent, sequenced, tamper-resistant, and continuously growing list of records that is linked and secured using cryptography. In this white paper we discuss public and private blockchains and the role of fault tolerance.
According to a report by the National League of Cities, two thirds of U.S. cities are investing in smart city technologies and one quarter of those without the technology are exploring how to implement it. We take an in-depth look and discuss smart city growth.
Late August of this year, the Russian tanker Christophe de Margerie became the first merchant ship to sail across the Arctic Sea without the aid of an icebreaker. It arrived successfully at a South Korean port after a record voyage between Europe and Asia of less than three weeks, about 30 percent faster than the Suez Canal route.
This whitepaper seeks to paint a picture of what success in the automotive world looks like for tech firms in the years to come. It outlines the trends driving the development of the autonomous vehicle, typical stakeholder responses to the changing market dynamics, and strategies to navigate the space.
Ever since the mid-70s and the NKC-135 Airborne Laser Lab laser has been the technology ‘10 years in coming’. After many years, many theories, and many experiments, it appears the ‘10 year clock’ has finally started to tick. But even as more fiber based lasers take to the field, there is yet another twist in the plot that could change everything … again.
Healthcare providers and health plans are planning for and reacting differently to the continued shift from a fee-for-service to a value-based care environment. Many sophisticated health systems are aligning their strategies, infrastructures, and staff to be at the leading the charge of this movement, while others are maintaining the fee-for-service status quo until external pressures force a change.
The advent of patent cliffs, value-based care, and increasing cost pressures in the face of heightened levels of investment have spurred numerous articles evaluating the healthcare industry's innovation gap. The task of filling this gap while remaining focused on near-term shareholder value has increased M&A activity across the industry.
The next wave of robotic industry growth is coming. This paper explores the implications of robotics growth trends for innovators, investors, and Fortune 500 companies across a range of industries and applications. It also presents a series of challenges that successful vendors will need to meet in order to participate in this industry.