Cloud computing relies on sharing a pool of physical and/or virtual resources, rather than deploying local or personal hardware and software.
It is somewhat synonymous with the term ‘utility computing’, as users are able to tap into a supply of computing resource rather than manage the equipment needed to generate it themselves. Rather than owning their own computing infrastructure or data centers, companies can rent access to anything from applications to storage from a cloud service provider.
The way we work and communicate is changing more rapidly than we can comprehend. The increasing pace of digitising systems and processes has resulted in optimisation of operations and execution in almost every domain, and it looks like things are just getting started.
One such tool that has shown immense potential and is pegged to revolutionise the way businesses interact with customers and employees are chatbots.
Chatbots are artificial intelligence programs that conduct conversations. Chatbots are changing the world of HR. They […]