Wearable Technology: Observing Differences Between Now and 5 Years Ago

We’d like to dive into the history of wearable technology in this blog post. Oh, wait, we are not Wikipedia, actually. So this is not an almanac with timelines of Apple Watch entering the market and modern applications of wearable devices. Well, Elinext blog could be entertaining, researchful, and fact-filled while promoting the services of … Continued

How Serverless Architectures Make Chatbot Development Profitable

Over past decades, a lot of IT technologies have been focused on innovations that have nothing to do with infrastructure, servers and all physical machines that your code runs on. Building data centres with a large number of servers requires tons of physical resources and is associated with large energy needs. That’s why “green” computing, … Continued

MarTech – How Technologies Affect Marketing

Marketing technology (MarTech) is the buzzword that gets a lot of publicity recently. It is always hard to figure out whether the new trend is worth all-around attention. Is MarTech worth the return on investment spent on its incorporation? Does MarTech really greatly facilitate the work of a marketer? Does technology simplify communication with the … Continued

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

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 further use it. Furthermore, cloud … Continued

IoT for Modern Logistics: Everyone Is a Winner

Nowadays, global spendings on IoT across various business domains don’t cease growing. The International Data Corporation (or simply IDC) predicts that by 2020 this number will grow to $1.2 trillion. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) will reach 15.6%. Many professionals in the logistics sphere use new resources to improve supply systems and networks, and … Continued

Trends That Have Defined the IoT Domain in 2018

The current year is drawing to a close, so it’s the right time to discuss the market trends which have defined the IoT domain in 2018. According to Statista, the number of devices with access to the Internet will increase to 23 billion by the end of the year. The overall Internet of Things market … Continued

Industrial Cybersecurity: Why So Vulnerable?

As of today, cyber-attacks at industrial facilities have become more target oriented leading to the loss of finance, both product and equipment collapse, compromised safety and - consequently -  it ends with a damaged reputation for a business. This way, it’s fair to conclude that cybersecurity should be considered as a hot topic for each … Continued

Top 4 Programming Languages for IoT (and the Salaries They Bring)

Even if IoT (the Internet of Things) might be considered as a relatively new domain, little by little, we are getting familiar with smart devices. It’s all about human nature: we get used to everything. Anyway, it’s still funny: could you imagine, say, ten years ago having a home appliance that can regulate its performance? Back … Continued

Making The Factory Smart: Step By Step

In our recent article, we touched on the basics of Smart Factory concept, its benefits and challenges that come with implementation. In a word, it’s all about the Internet of things, machine learning and advanced analytics that transform factories into dynamic, interconnected infrastructure. The “smartness” of the system generally refers to two things: meaningful real-time … Continued

A Brief Guide To Counter Cybersecurity Risks in IoT

Sensors, robots and cloud technology –  here’s how the Internet of Things disrupts the business world with connectivity and automation. The new concept interest a lot of companies, however, few bring the ideas to life, and the main reason is security. The important thing to know is that security is not just the responsibility of … Continued