Sally Perkins

What You Need to Know About Cloud-Based Television



Article Written by Sally Perkins

You've heard of the Internet of Things, but just how much do you know about how deeply integrated your television is or might become into your cloud in the future? Seeing as media companies are the second most-hacked enterprises after banks, the venture into cloud-based television might seem a little daunting. However, as companies all around the world make shifts in their organizational processes and structures to comply with emerging GDPR requirements, television companies, and most notably news organizations, are beginning to dip their feet into the world of cloud-based computing and data. And, they're actually seeing huge benefits.

Changing Long-Term Traditions in TV Production

Whereas news stations used to have to send out a team of highly-trained and skilled cameramen to shoot a breaking story, emerging technologies are making it possible for news teams to head out into the field with a device as small as a camera and instantly upload the footage to a cloud-based server. This not only cuts down on the amount of time needed to get footage to a news station for editing, but the algorithms present in phones and other filming devices are becoming so advanced that cameramen don't need to worry about stabilizing or really even adjusting the picture quality. This will lead to advancements in the quality of footage provided and the ability to transmit higher-quality images that will pop out of your television screen.

 

A Senior's Approach To Cloud Computing



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Web accessibility, and cloud computing, in particular, can be of great value to seniors, making it easier to keep in touch with family and friends, obtain useful information, shop from the comfort of their homes and even pay bills. At present, approximately 67% of American adults over the age of 65 go online on a regular basis according to Pew Research Center.  While seniors are gradually warming up to emails, social media, and online banking, many are still completely oblivious to cloud storage and of what benefit it can be to them personally. Whereas it will be a relatively simple task to introduce cloud computing to a tech-savvy senior, it might require more effort to convince internet rookies of the same advantages.

Updating Cloud Platforms to Increase GDPR Compliance



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In light of the implementation of GDPR on May 25th, a recent revealed 56% of respondents plan to use private or multi-cloud platforms within the next 18 months. Even though these types of platforms offer many benefits to companies all around the globe, it has been found that the average European enterprises are especially prone to taking advantage of their many benefits and are using an average of 608 cloud apps. This signals a shift in the focus that organizations have to place on data security measures and compliance, and while you might likely understand how to use cloud computing and storage services, it is important to understand how to update them to meet these compliance measures as well.

The Current State of Unprotected Data

Use Cloud Services To Make Your Smartphone An E-Wallet



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These days, carrying a physical wallet seems almost a thing of the past. As credit card processing systems have improved and the availability of smartphones has broadened, more consumers have done away with physical wallets. Fewer people than ever before choose to carry cash and not very many people use checkbooks.

Most people pay with credit or debit cards for the average transaction. With a few extra steps, you don't even need to carry the card with you, thanks to the availability of digital storage on the cloud. Setting up an e-wallet can let you pay quickly and conveniently with your mobile device.

Store all of your payment options digitally on the cloud

 

How Is Cloud Computing Revolutionizing The Real Estate Industry?



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In 2017, venture investors dedicated over $5 billion to real estate technology, over 150 times what they invested in 2010. The so-called ‘third phase' of real estate technology also relies heavily on cloud computing and embraces "sensors and virtual reality to create smarter spaces, machine learning to standardize and draw insights from industry data and platforms to more efficiently manage transaction services as well as to design, manage and outfit physical spaces." Real estate firms are realizing that in order to keep updated on the very latest listings, coordinate customer service, and store information on properties (including images and text), reliance on old-style servers just won't do the job. In steps cloud computing, to provide greater security, speed, and efficiency to a billion dollar industry.

 

Cloud-Based Apps Can Make Your Life As a Landlord Easier



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Not so long ago, cloud computing seemed like something out of a science fiction storyline. Instead of dedicating space for information, programs, and applications on your own hard drive, you can just pop onto the internet and access all of the data from any place. These days, more applications and programs are moving to the cloud for greater accessibility and flexibility.

As a landlord, you have a job that requires 24/7 diligence. You never know when a water heater could start leaking or a tenant could have a security emergency. Thankfully, cloud-based applications can actually make your job easier and your tenants' experience in your units better.