We hear a lot about digital transformation today. Theconcept seem to scare a lot of companies! Rest assured. On this issue, the largest companies are not necessarily the most advanced. Since there is no precise definition of the notion of digital transformation, we have decided to take concrete examples. The goal is to choose an activity.
In the coming days, every device you own and almost every object that exists would be connected to the internet. Your refrigerator, your fire alarm, your doorbell, your deodorant are already connected. The next items will be the clothes, the traffic lights, the pedestrian crossing controls, all the services of a factory and even your house windows will all be connected.
Not too long ago, we were unable to process a table of 3000 lines and 300 columns. The appearance and development of computers suddenly lifted this computational obstacle, and allowed the conservation and exploitation of very large amounts of data. This continuous improvement of the computer has greatly contributed to the development.
Cloud computing is the provision of IT services (including servers, storage, databases, network management, software, analytics, artificial intelligence) via the Internet (the cloud) for the purpose of offering faster innovation, flexible resources and economies of scale. Typically, you only pay for the cloud services.