Healthcare makes headlines. In the US it’s over Obama’s plans to revolutionize the sector and in the UK it’s over waiting times, rising costs and falling standards. Whatever country you visit there’s always a complaint…
We’re running a short series on cloud, looking at topics such as how best it can benefit industry sectors, addressing the worries people have, illustrating the benefits and giving impartial tips for choosing a cloud vendor.
Dependent on the content the posts will be in different categories so make sure you follow the cloud tag to catch them all.
You are probably aware that ICANN (The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) is announced over a year ago that it was expanding the top-level domain (TLD) name space by adding over a thousand new ones, in addition to the familiar .com, .nl, .co.uk, .org, etc. The idea was that the new TLDs were either for:
- brand names, like .kellogs or .dell
- generic terms, like .food or .travel, which would be open so multiple organizations could register for them (so you could have ‘virgin.travel’ or ‘thomascook.travel’, for example).
Will there be any tech surprises this year?
In 2013, predictions state that the world will spend a massive $2.1 trillion on technology. Be it new smartphones for consumers, or costly software upgrades for businesses, technology is grabbing a real share of market spend.