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    Published on 6.12.2016 by Equipo GNOSS

    2017 Trends for Semantic Web and Semantic Technologies - DATAVERSITY

    Article from Dataversity, published by By  , November 29, 2016.

    "Are you hearing the term “Semantic Web” as often as you may have in the past?  There’s no denying the importance of the technologies, standards, concepts, and collaborations that define the Semantic Web proper and all that is affiliated with it or grown out of it. [...] As we head into 2017, DATAVERSITY® wanted to follow up the state of the Semantic Web and Semantic technologies (both standards-body related and not)."

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    Shared on 12.12.2012 by Equipo GNOSS

    Why 2013 will be the year of the Internet of Things (The Next Web)

     

    This year’s Le Web event in Paris was based around the them of the Internet of Things (IoT); the way in which objects around us will gather data and connect to controls or other machines via the Internet. The term Internet of Things was coined by the British technologist Kevin Ashton in 1999. Today, the huge amounts of data we are producing and the advances in mobile technologies are bringing the idea into our homes and daily lives.

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    Shared on 29.9.2011 by Equipo GNOSS

    Four data trends to rule them all, the data scientist king to bind them (Scraper Data Wiki Blog)

    Francis Irving lanza cuatro tendencias en datos:

    1. Super Moore’s law for data

    2. Business of big data

    3. Collaboration of data

    4. The data scientist is king

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    Published on 13.6.2011 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    Jennifer Golbeck1, Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Christian Halaschek-Wiener, Aditya Kalyanpur, Yarden Katz, Bijan Parsia, Andrew Schain, Evren Sirin, and James Hendler MINDSWAP, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, USA,

    The Semantic Web is not a single technology, but rather a collection of technologies designed to work together. As a result, research on the Semantic Web intends both to advance individual technologies as
    well as to integrate them and take advantage of the result. In this paper we present new work on many layers of the Semantic Web, including content generation, web services, e-connections, and trust.

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    Shared on 7.4.2011 by Equipo GNOSS

    El  cloud computing y el movil computing claves para la transformación de la industria del software según el informe sobre las perspectivas de futuro del mercado del software  “Global Software Leaders”,  elaborado por PwC. Su adopción e implantación está empujando a las compañías de software a una redefinición de sus estrategias empresariales ya que obligarán a una mayor colaboración entre compañías de la industria y a prestar más atención a los cambios en los comportamientos y necesidades de los consumidores.  El actual contexto dista mucho del que vivieron clientes y proveedores de software hace unos años. En la década de los noventa, los clientes elegían paquetes preintegrados que incluían todos los servicios; en cambio, ahora, el consumidor demanda servicios individuales con la intención de realizar por sí mismo, aunque sea parcialmente, su integración.

    El informe ofrece un análisis de la actual situación de la industria, así como las perspectivas de las principales empresas líderes del mercado del software. En él se incluyen varios rankings con el top 100 de las compañías más importantes del mercado mundial, europeo y chino, entre otros. Cuatro marcas españolas -Televent, 38; Indra, 48; Panda Security, 51; e IECISA, 58- se encuentran en el ranking europeo. El estudio revela también que el mercado del software será testigo de la irrupción de compañías de otros sectores, como el de los videojuegos, donde -por ingresos- Nintendo, Activision Blizzard y Electronic Arts ya estarían en el top 10 del ranking mundial de las 100 mayores empresas de software.

    Fuente: El cloud y el móvil computing, claves para la transformación de la industria del software (Nota de prensa)

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    Shared on 3.2.2011 by Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    4 Emerging Trends of the Real-Time Web

    Bernard Moon is Managing Director of the Lunsford Group, which is a private holding company consisting of entities in technology, media, research & consulting, health care, and real estate. He blogs at Silicon Moon.


    There is a lot of hype surrounding the real-time web, and much of the feeding frenzy reminds me of the RSS space four years ago — though there is a lot of potential, there is also a lot of noise. How do you navigate through it all and which developments should you be paying attention to? What are the emerging trends for companies and entrepreneurs to watch for? Here are four real-time web trends that I’m tracking.

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    Published on 19.1.2011 by Juan Riaza Montes

    New trends in data analysis and visualization on the web

    "New trends in data analysis and visualization on the web" presentación realizada en el CERN a cargo de Javier de la TorreSaleiva.

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    Shared on 4.1.2011 by Equipo GNOSS

    2010 has not seen the same level of doom and gloom in the news industry that dominated 2009. True, there are still cuts being made and a full recovery is still some way off, not to mention the still unresolved question of how to find an effective digital business model. But overall, there has been a greater acceptance of the fact that digital is the future, and of the necessity to embrace innovation.

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    Published on 14.12.2010 by Equipo GNOSS

    Top 10 IBM / Product and Technology Trends for 2011 (ITjungle)

    2010 has come and (mostly) gone, and the good news is the business outlook has improved. Compared to the dark days of December 2008, we are in a veritable wonderland of positivism. However, while spending is up and companies are plotting for growth, IT budgets are still guarded, and boosting operational efficiency reigns supreme. With those thoughts in mind, here are 10 IBM i product and technology predictions for 2011.

    1. Cloud Computing and Software as a Service (SaaS)
    2. Web 2.0, AJAX, and Application Modernization Development
    3. Business Intelligence and BPM
    4. Free and Commercial Open Source Software
    5. Document Management and CMS
    6. Data and Network Security
    7. Hosted DR/HA, and D2D
    8. Mobile Development
    9. Social Media
    10. Licensing and Updates

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    Shared on 26.7.2010 by Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Informe gratuito de ReadWriteWeb sobre el futuro del Cloud Computing. 

    Cloud computing is fundamentally changing the way we do business - from strategic planning to how services are delivered. We've been actively tracking these changes on our channel ReadWriteCloud and this report is an extension of that.

    The Future of the Cloud highlights cloud computing's impact on IT organizations, and explores both its disruptive nature and the new markets and opportunities it's creating. The first phase of the cloud was about developing the foundation for the services it provides. Now that the fundamentals are in place, companies are using them to become an essential part of the cloud's value chain.

    We think you'll find The Future of the Cloud (embedded below) to be essential reading for the new technology enterprise. And remember, you always you can find our day-to-day coverage of cloud computing at ReadWriteCloud"

     

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