Article | April 1, 2020
Internet is flooded with memes about Earth being closed due to one of the biggest pandemic of the 21st century: COVID-19. While the world is hell-bent in trying to push back on novel coronavirus, Cloud Computing firms could emerge as a prominent and strong key player in this battle.With large-scale industrial shutdowns, public lockdown taking place around the globe to contain virus spread, work from home has gained more importance than before. As people are caught up in a dilemma about what to do indoors other than connecting with family, they do forget how blessed they are than they were a decade ago. While Netflix gives us the much-needed respite, cloud computing and storage have enabled video conferencing, e-commerce shopping, remote project collaboration, gaming, online classes, editing, etc.The remote data storage and processing services provided by Amazon, Microsoft Corp, Google, etc. act as an essential link for people to connect with workspace online. More companies, firms connecting online means more data, along with the pre-existing data about COVID-19 to ease research in the drug industry, trace origins of the virus, etc. As a result, to address growing storage issues, cloud computing saves us again. The cloud allows data interoperability in a scalable, cost-efficient manner by, data collection, processing, analyzing, and sharing across platforms.
Article | March 26, 2020
Work looks different right now for many of us. We have traded our workplace cubicles and offices for a seat in the home office or at the kitchen table. Our breakroom banter with co-workers has been replaced with lunchtime conversations with family, roommates or pets. The current COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things about our lives, including the way we work. As social distancing measures and stay-at-home orders continue to impact people around the globe, this new way of working is here to stay for the foreseeable future.
Article | April 8, 2020
The telecom industry has always evolved to take advantage of newer, better technologies as they become available starting with 1G and evolving into 4G, and now 5G. In fact, the pace of technology adoption will accelerate with 5G. Technologies such as virtualization, cloud native, cloud computing, edge computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, network slicing, automation, management and orchestration are all key components in enabling the use cases and business models that are expected to come with 5G. These technologies will contribute to the high-performance, high-capacity, high-reliability and low-latency associated with 5G, all delivered at a low total cost of ownership (TCO). This combination of high performance and low TCO is essential, both in addressing the exponential growth in data traffic and in handling the increasing number of IoT devices.
Article | February 26, 2020
RemoteLock, a leading provider of cloud-based access control and smart lock management software, today announced it has partnered with Buyers Access, a leading provider of purchasing optimization services and customized purchasing solutions to the multifamily industry.We are thrilled to partner with RemoteLock, who brings a cloud-based solution to key control that so many multifamily properties need as a solution,says Dan Haefner, CEO and president of Buyers Access. RemoteLock’s technology solves some of the biggest access management and scheduling headaches that our members face on a daily basis at their properties.RemoteLock’s cloud-based application, EdgeState, consolidates connected locks on an easy-to-use software platform enabling property managers to remotely control access for tenants, guests, employees and support staff that in turn, saves time, money and manpower. EdgeState allows property managers to secure and manage any door at any of their rental properties from anywhere around the world. The platform can support Wi-Fi and Z-Wave smart locks for any type of door including resident units, elevators, garage doors and common area doors.