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Miércoles 24 Abr 2019 | Año 19 | Edición 4946
Gartner Dionisio Zumerle

As smart devices are becoming autonomous, chief information security officers (CISOs) are being required to adopt new mechanisms and approaches to trust.

Jim Whitehurst Director General Red Hat OPINION

Opinion: We are in the midst of a new economic and technological era, often referred to as "The Fourth Industrial Revolution" or "Industry 4.0." Smart, connected, and responsive technologies are merging with environments that are becoming more data-rich, and, as a result, digital disruption to more traditional business models is becoming the norm, not the exception.

Smartphone ANALYSIS

Gartner, Inc. said global smartphone sales will continue to slow and will no longer grow in double digits. Worldwide smartphone sales are expected to grow 7 per cent in 2016 to reach 1.5 billion units. This is down from 14.4 per cent growth in 2015. In 2020, smartphone sales are on pace to total 1.9 billion units.


Opinion: The tech world is witnessing a turning point. Apple saw the first decline in its sales and profits in 13 years, triggering a selloff in the financial market that wiped out $43 billion of the company’s market value. Such is the rough-and-tumble play of the high-tech world.