Biometrics. The Complete Guide on Modern Authentication and Identification Tools and Their Applications in 2020. Part 1

2020-01-17 by Terenty Marinich

Biometrics is a thing that is hardly causing a buzz in social networks or tech world, yet it comprises $14.4 billion market (and projected to reach $59.31 billion by 2025). Grandview research made a 140-page report on the current state of the technology, its future, current industries where it’s applied...

California Laws Go Above and Beyond HIPAA: Are You Compliant?

2020-01-08 by Darina Borushko

California has a well-earned reputation for being on the cutting edge. Of style, technology, environment, legal trends… a lot of important ideas sprouted and took root in the Golden State. A new law that went into effect on January 1, 2020, could be the Next Big Thing. The California Consumer Privacy…


How to Cut Mobile App Development Cost?

2020-01-15 by Darina Borushko

The willingness to get the best mobile application at a minimum price is clear. Nevertheless, there is also a common belief that a low price is equal to weaker service and can lead to a defective final product. And here's where the desire to save on development and doubts on...

The Potential of Alternatives to Cloud Computing: Edge and Fog Computing

2019-12-26 by Darina Borushko

With the development of technologies which resulted in the emergence of the Internet of Things, companies worldwide started implementing cloud computing solutions as an alternative to on-premise software. With information getting to a cloud, it became much easier for businesses who deal with customer data to collect, access, analyze, and...

The Current State of Interoperability in the US and Britain

2019-12-27 by Terenty Marinich

The interoperability is placed at the heart of his vision for the NHS (UK) and it’s been of high priority for over the decade in president's administration of US. So is the long-standing nut of information sharing between systems about to be cracked? Whether checking in a new patient, delivering...