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To maintain their relationships, reputations and revenue streams, organizations must invest in earning "digital trust" in an era of ever-present cyber threats that weaken stakeholder trust. Digital trust is the confidence among customers, employees and partners, in an organization’s ability to create and maintain the integrity of all digital assets (e.g., data, applications) and to ensure transparency and accessibility, security, privacy and control, as well as ethical standards.

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New technologies such as virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and even extended reality (XR) are developing at a fast pace to shake up our approaches to individual consumption. They are also offering support to every company that is looking for more and more options to better adjust and personalize its dealings with each and every customer. Importantly, these new technologies come from different places and they seek to do different things while using similar technologies like 3D objects and AI.

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Subsea cables are the global backbone of the internet, connecting people, businesses and economies around the world, and are the key to accelerating digital transformation, especially with the rise in global internet usage during the COVID-19 pandemic, which emphasized the need for widespread, reliable connectivity and infrastructure.

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Gone are the days of random blasts and generalization. Today, a company must be specific, personal and strategic in its efforts towards its clients. And to establish and maintain a long-lasting relationship, all you need is data. The more data you hold, the better relationships or partnerships you can have to deliver a top-notch, transparent user experience.

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5G and Wi-Fi are both network options that provide high speeds, low latency and large user capacities. While Wi-Fi and 5G are often pitted against each other, both technologies are needed to take full advantage of the internet of tomorrow. 5G undoubtedly comes in handy in many situations, while Wi-Fi is still being developed and updated and will continue to be useful in many other circumstances. Ideally, these systems can end up working together to improve the wireless network.

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We live in an age where everything revolves around data. Modern technology has made it possible to monitor, record and analyze everything around us in a quantifiable form. It also opens up a whole new world of possibilities that businesses can use to their advantage. Datafication is the latest in a series of data-driven, customer-centric business intelligence practices that are now changing the entire business landscape.

Read more: Datafication: A New Paradigm Spanning the World

Technology includes both the huge body of knowledge and the tools that channel the use of economic resources to effectively, efficiently and innovatively produce services. Technological progress is essential to economic growth and development; the more advanced the technology is, the more quickly the local and global economies of a country can improve. With an ever increasing number of its young people now connected to the internet, Africa is one of the continents expected to see major economic growth due to technology in the coming years.

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We live in an era in which the world has become more modern and advanced. Managing the increasing traffic is a big problem globally. A Smart Transportation System (STS) provides solutions to such problems with the help of new technologies; it is an attempt to integrate modern innovations into transportation systems, technologies that include cloud computing, wireless communication, location-based services, computer vision and other tools to improve mobility.

Read more: Is Smart Transportation Improving Our Quality of Life?

People use social media to stay in touch and interact with friends, family and various communities, while businesses use social applications to market and promote their products and track customer concerns. Social media liability can refer to insurance claims or even lawsuits for any online harassment, which can also result in a loss of social media privileges on sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Even a company blog can create a social media liability exposure, so, increasing awareness of social media liability exposures may help to minimize or avoid these attacks.

Read more: The Influence of Social Media on Communication

Businesses, universities and a wide range of other organizations have been introduced to a new element called the information system, which combines hardware and software with telecommunication networks that people can build to collect, create and distribute useful data. An information system is described as having five components:

Read more: Information Systems: Components for Success

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