At the end of April, Auriga’s experts participated in the 2016 edition of the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology, Hannover Messe 2016, held in Hannover, Germany. The event included five action-packed days of applications-oriented forums, special conferences, riveting panel discussions, and remarkable presentations of high-caliber speakers from business, research, and government.
The information technologies market is like an ocean. It is huge and ever-changing, hiding many miracles and discoveries in its depths. Each year, analysts and experts try to forecast the most promising trends that will help go-getters ride the waves of this ocean. Some of them disappear in just a few months, but some are here to stay for years to come. We asked Auriga’s experts to select a few technology trends that should be paid special attention to in 2016. Continue reading
On October 21–23, 2015, Moscow hosted Russian Interactive Week (RIW)—one of the main IT events in Russia for the internet, media, telecom, and software development industries—for the eighth time. The event included two days of conference sessions, a high-tech exhibition hall, a media communications forum, and a number of special social events, like awards ceremonies, presentations, and promotional activities. Continue reading
With mobile innovation at the forefront of all vertical markets, the operational business processes have changed significantly to adopt the emerging mobile ecosystem. Internet of Things, connected everything (home, health, car, entertainment, etc.), wearables, 5G, mobile payments—these are not just buzzwords anymore; these are the terms defining our future, the next-generation technologies that will power our tomorrow. Continue reading
The Moscow Application & Technology Expo (MATE) 2015 took place March 12–14 in Moscow. It gathered over 3,500 people, including startup founders and managers and decision makers from major IT companies and trendsetters like Intel, Google, Samsung, Cisco, Viber, Mail.ru, and Yandex. Continue reading