3D Printing: A Potential Diversifier for Manufacturing and Innovation Worldwide

Among recent technological benchmarks, 3D printing is unique in its potential to “democratize” technical innovation for consumers worldwide. Also referred to as Additive Manufacturing, or AM, 3D printing has managed in the few years since its emergence to not only enhance the precision and complexity of physical production, but also to eliminate many of the […]

Alternative Energy Joins the Global Resurgence

With the fossil fuel industry facing daunting global challenges and governments worldwide rethinking their carbon footprints, alternative and renewable energies have had an unexpected spotlight moment during the 2020 pandemic. On the one hand, many gas and oil conglomerates have seen their global market gains depleted by reduced economic activity worldwide, as well as international […]

The Growing Appeal of Single Source of Truth in Content Management

As data and information become increasingly vital resources for companies navigating the complexities of global markets, the need for innovative data management techniques has become a prevalent strategic concern across sectors. Already an established focus for internal management practices, this need is rapidly gaining attention in external-facing business areas including sales, marketing, and even a […]

A Glimpse of the Things to Come: Enterprise AI Empowers Global COVID-19 Research

For those of us following developments in the IT and technology sectors, the COVID-19 outbreak has largely been the story of an unprecedented digital transformation as organizations navigate the challenges of operating remotely. Just as interesting, though, is what the outbreak is revealing about innovative trends already underway before it started, particularly as big data […]

How Digitalization is Reshaping China’s Education Industry

China’s online education industry has grown consistently in recent years. With US$1.2 billion of global investments in edtech in 2016 and an expected 20% annual growth rate, the e-education market is expected to reach US$190 billion by 2019, according to iResearch. More than just a new trend or fashion, the digitalization of education in China is becoming a serious industry.