People are crying out for an alternative path to the digital future, one that will fulfil our needs without compromising our privacy.
The way Berners-Lee wants the internet to work is that users own their own data and content, and let companies access it and build applications for it at the user’s request.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal, grabbed the attention and outrage of the media, the public, parliamentarians and regulators around the world - demonstrating that people do care about violations of their privacy and abuse of power.
Having too many digital accounts raises your risk of data being misused or stolen. The less data you have stored on databases scattered across the internet, the safer you are from the misuse of personal information.
The future of healthcare is collaboration. Without collaborative efforts, the industry will remain too fractured and adversarial to successfully transform itself to be patient-first and efficient.
Managers and employees are spending 50% more time in collaborative activities. In response to these trends, organizations have been rushing to bring on as many collaborative tools as possible.
For users that interact with multiple Cloud apps on a given day, it can be disorienting to switch between disconnected UIs.
These systems are now big, complex and most challenging of all, they’re trying to integrate with countless other cloud platforms.