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Connected Finances. Part 4: Top Benefits of Using IoT Technology in Banking

Feb 12, 2020
Internet of Things banking

Technology has always been the main force behind changes in the banking sector, and now the Internet of Things is going to change the nature of banking itself. If we step back from such isolated technologies like blockchain or the smartphone and try to see the global picture, we easily notice that something is changing,…

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What the Future Has in Stock for Us: 20 Predictions for 2020. Part 2

Jan 24, 2020
Tech predictions

The year 2020 has much to offer. The expansion of 5G and other prospective wireless technologies is round the corner, which opens a lot of possibilities for the implementation of technological solutions in any sphere. This, in its turn, will create huge amounts of data to be processed, analyzed and utilized for the greater good….

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Automated factoring for banks: is custom software development worth investment?

Jan 22, 2020
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Factoring financing relieves small and medium enterprises from the financial pressure by offering a chance to delay payments. It appeared long before venture capital, credits and equity investments, later lost its popularity for some time and then resurrected by shifting to online.

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What the Future Has in Stock for Us: 20 Predictions for 2020. Part 1

Jan 19, 2020
Tech Predictions 2020

Although we are pretty short of what the movie ‘Back to the Future’ predicted for our time slot, technologies are still developing at an unprecedented speed. Cashless payments, smart wearables, 3D-printed prosthetics, movies downloaded at lightning speeds, etc. What will the Year of the Rat bring for the technological community? Value-based consumers, recessionary fears, and…

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Programming Languages: When Functional Programming Is the Best Choice

Jan 16, 2020
Functional programming use

This article won’t tell the programmers why they should quit using imperative languages and go and study some Lisp. Neither it will tell the PMs how wrong they have been all this time turning a blind eye to the great perks of Haskell. Rather, in this piece of writing I will share with you the…

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