Happy New Year: 3 resolutions for 2019

Happy New Year: 3 resolutions for 2019
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Three New Year’s Resolutions for Your Organisation in 2019

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Happy new year an all the best for 2019! It promises to be the Year of Truth, with a lot of new exciting developments. With so much happening in the coming year, it is important as an organisation to be prepared. Technology is developing faster and faster, and if you do not stay up-to-date, it is quite easy to miss the boat. Therefore, here are my three new year's resolutions to help you thrive in 2019.

Three Useful Nuggets of Information

My weekly tips from around the web to get you thinking

1. Could Blockchain kill the password?

Blockchain is rapidly enabling organisations to develop Self Sovereign Identities, where customers are in full control over their identity. Such a system will revolutionise how we interact with companies, and it could kill the username and password. (ComputerWorld)

2. Artificial Intelligence's major milestones so far.

AI is rapidly changing our society, and it will be a catalyst for many of the other technologies being currently developed. But where does AI come from? Here is an overview of AI's major milestones. (Forbes)

3. What is the future of 3D printing?

3D printing is one of those fundamental technologies that will completely change how we organise and run our societies. It has come a long way since the 1980s, but we have now reached a stage where it will have a significant impact. (Engineering)


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