Monthly Archives: January 2018
Captive it companies of large corporations — Sberbank technologies, LUKOIL-inform, itsk, etc. — have created new markets for traditional it companies. To make money on it, the participants of the open market will have to learn new mechanisms of interaction with holdings and organizations
The largest corporations significantly expand the business of subsidiaries of it companies. At first glance, they become direct competitors for traditional service providers operating in the field of information technology. But let’s not jump to conclusions.
Experienced design companies have at least several trajectories of further development, one of them is a deep specialization in the segment of managed services (Managed Services, that is, the provider’s services for placing the customer’s information systems in its own data center). Continue reading
History fifth. Big Data for the entertainment industry
Netflix owes much of its success to algorithms that analyze user data and help make movie recommendations. The recommendation system affects 80% of the generated content. The company paid $1 million to the developer of an algorithm that predicts user preferences based on previous views. Netflix uses the algorithm to save $1 billion a year on customer retention.
History sixth. Blockchain for the offline economy
According to a survey by Deloitte, 34% of large companies in one way or another already use blockchain in their activities. Blockchain is an infrastructure for machine interaction and a space for data exchange. Continue reading