Dimension Data has released its annual ‘Tech Trends’ forecast for 2019 where it identified trends that will come to define the business technology landscape in 2019 across customer experience, cybersecurity, digital business, digital infrastructure, digital workplace, technology futures, and services. In the report, Group CTO Ettienne Reinecke claims that 2019 will finally see digital transformation become a reality and predicts a spate of industry-wide disruption as innovative companies see long-term projects bear fruit.
Through the use of modern day technology, people are constantly connected. Especially in the United States, it is rare for people to be disconnected from their cell phones, computers, or other electronic mobile devices. Even in rare circumstances, people still have access to technology through services offered by public spaces like schools and community libraries. As our society becomes more dependent on mobile devices, a concern is raised as to whether or not technology is actually isolating us from one another.
In his farewell TechWatch post, Fredric Paul looks back at how technology has changed in the six years he’s been writing for Network World—and what to expect over the next six years.
Read the AIA blog to learn the ways in which confocal microscopy is being leveraged in a variety of life sciences applications.
The medicinal and spiritual benefits of cannabis have been known to societies for thousands of years, and the use of psychoactive substances was widespread throughout the ancient world. However, it wasn’t until the 20th century that science was able to start confirming the medicinal value of the herb, which has since allowed us to develop and refine its potential so that it can be used to treat an array of illnesses.
Pomelo is a citrus tropical fruit, sweet and sometimes sour. It is rich in nutrients, antioxidants and fiber, making it one of the healthiest citrus fruits you eat. Research indicates that it may have some incredible health benefits, including weight loss and a lower risk of heart disease
Just like prenatal yoga, massage in pregnancy surprised me big time! Common pregnancy problems can be significantly reduced in a pleasant, holistic and natural manner by weekly relaxing massage sessions. And of course, when the mom is more relaxed and in less pain, the baby turns out to be healthier, stronger and heavier, all significant bonus points and indications for long-term health.