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In today’s rapidly evolving technology industry, there’s greater demand than ever for specialized skills and industry experience. But not every company is looking for the same abilities; some want specific technical expertise, while others are seeking soft skills that complement their tech department’s work.
The IoT and AI markets are both booming, which means companies around the globe are looking for ways to capitalize on these technology trends. Accenture forecasted the IoT industry could add $14.2 trillion to the global economy by 2030. Intel said there will be 200 billion connected objects by 2020, which translates to 26 connected objects per human being on earth.
Learning what your company can and cannot do is probably one of the most crucial insights you can achieve. Where are your resources, time and effort being wasted? Which parts of your product should you create yourself, and which should you delegate to someone that can make them better, faster or cheaper? The digital age has revolutionized serialization. In this modular world, the possibilities are endless.
Software as a service (SaaS) is one of the largest segments of the cloud market, with revenues expected to grow 22.2 percent and reach 45 percent of total application software spending by 2021. The industry as a whole is expected to reach $76 billion per year.
Artificial intelligence is transforming the way we work together and the workplace environment as a whole. The adoption rate of AI technology by businesses is skyrocketing as its use cases to improve processes and get ahead of competitors continue to unfold. But as we move into the age of AI and machine learning, there are significant concerns that AI technology could replace – or even eliminate – many of the jobs that exist today.
I’ve spent my life traveling in and out of my native Argentina. I have worked in Silicon Valley, in Australia and across major cities in Latin America. Throughout these years, I’ve managed multiple diverse teams from all these nationalities, providing software development for leading companies such as Google, HP, Netgear, ViacomCBS, IBM and more, and it’s been fascinating to watch the drastic technology boom in Latam. Part of it is due to the vast economic growth in the early 2010s, led by Brazil, Chile and Argentina, and part of it is a mystery.
The integration of voice into IoT devices creates a new user experience that many consumers enjoy. As of this year, 20% of U.S. adults have smart speakers, which translates to roughly 47.3 million people. The report also notes that adoption is expected to grow by 50% in 2018 alone.
The internet of things market has grown tremendously. Intel predicts that there will be 200 billion connected objects by 2020, which comes to 26 connected objects per human being on earth. While that number may be high, 96% of companies that chose to invest in IoT have already seen ROI, which shows that IoT does have its benefits.
Latin America’s tech-savvy workforce has attracted international companies to maintain support offices in the region for years. However, the recent government commitment to develop innovation hubs, coupled with a growing middle class that leads in the adoption of mobile devices, has made Latin America prime territory for global tech companies to target local consumers.
The successful completion of any IT project requires the right talent on-hand during each development phase. While your in-house team is undoubtedly skilled and well-trained, there are times when projects come along that require specialized skills and are due within a short period of time. When these projects arise, it’s difficult for IT managers to request staff to take on additional tasks if they already have a full workload or must learn complex skills quickly.
As you begin building an Agile team, knowing the functions and titles of the team members is necessary to create a successful product. Working in the Agile method continues to grow in popularity for IT projects because Agile methodologies have a high level of success when applied to diverse projects that require skill, timeliness, and creative tactics.
Quality assurance (QA) testing guarantees the best user experience under safe conditions that protect users from hackers attempting to access their private information. As developers make changes on the back end of the software, QA testers ensure that the front-end experience is unaltered and functions properly.
June 27, 2018
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