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Top 5 Strategic Technology Trends for 2016
Whether its proximity beacons in a store, health monitors strapped on patients or machines on a manufacturing line, Internet of Things allows complex links between data sources. As a Freelance technical Writers, I am going to explore top 5 strategic technology trends for 2016 1. IOT Platforms The integration, security, management as well as other latest standards and technologies of the Internet of Things platform are the fundamental set of abilities for securing, managing and making elements in the Internet of Things. In order to make the IoT a reality, it build the work information technology does behind the scenes from a technology and an architectural standpoint. It is a well known fact that the Internet of Things is an integral part of the ambient user experience and digital mesh and the dynamic and emerging world of Internet of Things platforms is what makes them possible. 2. Adaptive Security Architecture The complications of algorithmic economy and digital business incorporated with an evolving hacker industry which is increasing the threat surface for the firm. Depending on the rule-based security and perimeter defense is inadequate, especially as companies avail lots of cloud-based services and open APIs for partners and customers in order to combine with their systems. The leaders of Information tech (IT) should focus on checking and responding to threats in order to prevent attacks. 3. Information of Everything In 2016, Information of Everything (IoE) is another buzzword on the lips of everybody. In the digital mesh, all the things created, utilizes and transmits data .In order to connect data from all these data sources, IOE addresses this wide surge in data with technologies and strategies. With my personal experience as a Technical content writer, IOE play a vital role in today’s digital mesh. 4. Advanced Machine Learning In Strategic Technology Trends, deep neural nets move beyond information management and classic computing to build systems which may automatically learn to see the world. The complication of data and explosion of data sources makes manual uneconomic and analysis infeasible and classification. Deep neural nets automate this work and address key challenges linked to the IOE trend.

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business technology trends for 2016
There’s a strong case to be made that Silicon Valley and nearby San Francisco have become the center of the world, displacing even New York and London. That’s because the computer industry is centered there, and technology currently is the number one force that is changing the business landscape. Even if a business has nothing to do with technology, it is strongly influenced by the trends that emerge from the Valley. Not only are the tools changing, so are the business processes as a result of new technology such as mobile, cloud computing and wearables. Technology trends Ever-evolving and adaptive technology is driving and transforming business every day. Businesses that want to thrive are in a constant race to adapt and take advantage of these technologies while they’re still relevant and useful, or otherwise these businesses eventually will fall by the wayside. Here are six technology trends that businesses will have to embrace to stay ahead of the game. Payments get even easier While every business today accepts credit cards, and even Grandma is getting savvy about transferring money via Paypal, the friction of making payments is going to be reduced even further in 2016. With Apple Pay, Google Pay and a litany of mobile payment solutions flooding the market, the trend is toward making payments as easy as a click of a smartphone button, reversing transactions just as easy and sending automatic invoices by email a snap. Right now this definitely is a business-led technology trend. Only 17 percent of consumers in a recent study said they pay for items using a smartphone most of the time, and adoption rates are low according to almost every study. But research firm, Gartner, predicts that the mobile payment industry will be worth $270 billion in transactions by 2017, up from $235 billion in 2014. That and a forward-thinking strategy has led businesses and technology firms to make a massive push for consumer adoption and the future of payments. Earlier this year, Google bought Softcard for its Google Pay solution. Samsung acquired LoopPay, and turned it into Samsung Pay. Paypal bought Paydiant in March for much of the same reason. And, of course, there’s Apple Pay, which the company says currently accounts for two out of every three dollars spent using contactless payments. In terms of merchant adoption, almost every day a new major retailer the likes of Target and Best Buy announces it’s now supporting one new payment system or another. Security becomes nonnegotiable No business leaves its doors unlocked at night, but the dirty little secret is that most businesses and their cloud service providers have been playing loose and fast with digital security.

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economy who killed thousand
Everybody talks about economy! what is an economy? The economic is defined as a social domain that emphasizes the practices, discourses, and material expressions associated with the production, use and management of resources. A Nations height and progress today is denoted by economy. but real truth behind raising the economy is the murders of independence,dreams,sovereignty and lives of thousands. “In impoverished urban centers all over the nation, it is not uncommon to find entire malls that have now been completely abandoned,” he said. “It has been estimated that there is about a billion square feet of retail space sitting empty in this country, and this crisis is only going to get worse as the retail apocalypse accelerates.” Talking about the figures can deepen the impact the world bank said.
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With thirsty eyes and throats he watched, How the fields were being watered for a game of cricket. And people spending thousands to watch it. But those people didn’t have a few minutes to seeing his sufferings, No water for crops , not even a single drop to quench the thirst of his dying child Whose lifeless body he carried away to be buried the next day.
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From I will take care of us, it became take care, From we it became you and I, What lead to this? Perhaps the distance between us maybe, or its the same you and I that created it.
How to downgrade your Android to a version you like.
There are many reasons you might want to downgrade to a previous or even older version of android. It is possible you upgraded too early (which is mostly the reason for a downgrade) and some components you love do no work with the new version. Maybe some of your phone’s hardware does not work as efficiently (like poor battery performance), or maybe you have seen some bugs you did not expect. Whatever the reason, downgrading your Android device to a previous version is not as simple as the upgrade. You will lose your data in almost all the cases and it is a smart move to backup everything you can before you proceed. To back up everything you will need root access to the phone. The rest is just downloading the factory version of the firmware you want and flashing it to your device. There is a lot of research involved in case the update also changed the bootloader on your device. You will have to specifically find the one suitable for your device and the version you want to downgrade to. Here is a step-by-step guide that will help you achieve the deed. Warning: This may void the manufacturer warranty. Proceed at your own risk. Also, overwriting a bootloader is the easiest way to truly brick your device. Step 1: In order to be able to flash the image, you will need to download flashing software like ADB or Odin3 on your PC. Again, researching which software works best with your phone manufacturer is a good idea. E.g. ADB works best with Nexus and Odin3 for Samsung devices. Step 2: You will then need to download the bootloader (may not be necessary) and the factory image of the android version you want to downgrade to. Be a 100% sure to download the exact version for your model. Step 3: Back-up your data on the cloud or on removable storage and enable developer mode/USB-debugging from the settings menu. Step 4: Open up ADB or Odin on your PC and check for connectivity by plugging your device. You should get an ‘OK’ status on the flashing software. Usually, you will find what you are supposed to look for at the forum or the manual of the said software, in this case, it is an ‘OK’ status followed by a few lines of codes. Step 5: Turn the device off and then enter the fast boot mode while holding the relevant key combination, e.g. Power and Volume down key for Nexus devices. Unlock bootloader if the device prompts. Step 6: Flash the image(s) following the instructions you will usually find along with the download. For a nexus device, you will need to go to ADB while your phone is still connected find the ‘flash-all.bat’ file (Your factory image should be placed into the ADB Tools folder) and double-click it. Now wait for about 5-10 minutes and let the software do its thing. Finally, your device should start-up with your desired Android version. Hope this was helpful.
RBI's UPI Press release
RBI SET TO MAKE THE BIG BREAD MOVE New Delhi - April 23, 2016: RBI has recently announced their Unified Payment Interface (UPI) for smartphone users in the country. It is a vision of National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) addressing the ‘global banking paradigm shift’ we all have witnessed recently. The number of smartphone users in India is expected to be doubled in 2016 and mobile wallets like PayTM & Freecharge are enjoying leadership in the market. RBI, however, has differentiated their application from both companies. The interface will completely eliminate the need for banking information like account numbers, IFSC codes, etc. to make payments. Users can transfer money between different bank accounts seamlessly using unique IDs assigned to each one and optionally a two-step security system for added peace of mind. Moreover, the maximum payment threshold on the UPI will be ten times higher than traditional m-wallets. Other than the person to person transactions, making e-commerce payments will also be a part of this uprising. The implications of UPI are only restricted by the imagination. Twenty-nine banks are currently testing the application including ICICI, Punjab National, Andhra, and Axis bank. The application will soon be available for smartphone users to download and start making payments. There is also a big incentive for the countries’ economy to move towards cashless payments. According to a 2010 report, the cost of currency operations in India is over 21,000 cr. Rupees. Not just that, high dependency on physical currency is the major dynamic allowing tax evasion and black money practices. The value of narrow money in India is about 60% (compared to 18% in China). “This is a pointer that we (as a country) have been slow in embracing cashless payment modes and using them as a cash substitute. Similarly, the predominant use of cash could also be attributed to the fact that the process for adoption of the non-cash mode of payments started relatively late in our country", says the Deputy Governor of RBI – H. R. Khan. In his bulletin ‘Banking, Electronic Payments and the Road Ahead’, Khan states that “Payment & Settlement Systems Act, 2007 has opened the arena for non-bank entities in payment systems and they have the potential to transform it”. RBI is prepared for loopholes and potential security threats that can rise in the system. But we will only truly know once the UPI is put to the test.