As we move further into 2021, a majority of businesses are continuing to shift toward a more digital presence, with 30% of large firms having a digital product portfolio and others creating digital divisions to focus on transformative products. In addition, there will be a continuing focus on cloud-centric infrastructure to help align both internal and external resources.
Cybersecurity has been a business need for years, with hackers constantly evolving new methods of attack to gain access to sensitive data.
The manufacturing industry, with its many variables that impact production processes, is a great fit for technologies based in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI). While the sheer quantity of variables in a manufacturing scenario may be difficult for humans to process, AI can easily capture and analyze it quickly, allowing for faster, more efficient processes to be developed and deployed.
With about half of Americans having at least one COVID-19 vaccination, many are looking for new holiday spots to visit in summer 2021. Reporters note that this year’s travelers are done doing housework and cooking after a long year of lockdown, so they are ready to get out and about, shop, and dine with friends and family.
Each year, there are almost 1.5 million medication errors across the United States — approximately one every 21 seconds. Many of the mistakes — which doubled in the first decade of the new millennium — include wrong dosages and prescriptions written for the wrong medicine.
While digital transformation has been present across industries in recent years, some are slower to adopt than others. Within the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry, architects and engineers have been quicker to embrace digital solutions, while the construction industry has lagged behind, relying mainly on analog processes to get work done.
As more people across the nation get vaccinated, public libraries are beginning to look for new, cost-effective — and safe — ways to throw open their doors to the public once again. Many solutions include reworking time-honored, traditional ways of doing things in favor of procedures and services that bring a higher level of public health and safety to bear.
The housing market was on hold for many months last year as the coronavirus pandemic forced new hardships on both buyers and sellers. Today, the market remains tight with demand for housing far outpacing supply.
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The recent disruption of the architecture industry due to coronavirus unleashed a spate of delays, project cancellations, and overwhelming uncertainty about the future of the industry.
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