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5G technology is the next big thing in the networking space that would take the progress of economies to a new level. The augment of 5G technology in India will boost many industries as it has the potential to make things easier than ever. 5G technology will have a larger impact on mobile application development. It will help mobile developers to push their limits and create more advanced applications that can provide a rich user experience. 5G is slated to accelerate the digital transformation in India. In line with knowing more about the results that 5G will bring to the desk, Rajeev Ranjan, Editor, Digital Terminal talked to Sumana Iyengar, CEO and Co-founder, Goavega. Sumana shared crucial insights about this advanced technology. Read below the excerpts:
Even as an increasing number of businesses now become more receptive to adopting digital practices, customization and cost effective solutions remain high on their priority, when looking for smart solutions. With the pandemic and the looming fear of the third wave in the air, innovative solutions that can help achieve not only the short term goals but also long term disruptive transformations, are the need of the hour. As work from home slowly becomes a norm, product development needs to be focused on creating value, affordability, operational efficiency, a secure ecosystem that accommodates remote working, and long term sustainability for businesses. Here are 5 key technology trends that every software developer needs to be aware about:
While accelerated technology adoption and innovations have been disrupting business processes world over, it is also shaping up the future of greener business practices. While SEBI’s Business Responsibility and Sustainability Reporting (BRSR), is set to be applicable, on voluntary basis, for top-1,000 listed entities by market capitalisation, for FY 2020-21, it is set to become a norm post FY2021. Additionally, as lockdowns relax world over, and businesses start to get back on track, global investors and funding needs, driven by ecological and social corporate responsibility criteria are set to become main stream. As per SEBI, in the last two years alone, global investors have begun to demand a continuous monitoring of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) action, reporting, and readiness among corporate entities, making the choice of green business technology and practices, lucrative.
In April 2021, Dominos India officially made it to the dark web, where 13TB of customer data of over 18 Cr orders and personal data of over 250 employees, from the pizza chain, had been made public, thanks to one of the biggest data breach events in India Inc., in 2021. Further, Israeli security researcher, Alon Gal, revealed on April 18 that the credit card data of 1 million Domino’s India customers had been breached, and as per an Indian cybersecurity researcher, Rajshekhar Rajaharia, this data, that includes sensitive and crucial details, such as names, email addresses, mobile numbers, GPS coordinates, and more related to Domino’s orders, has also now been made public.
Retail, as we had traditionally known, has undergone sever disruption in the past decade, thanks to the advent and immediate popularity of e-retail, digital payments and door-step delivery. The COVID pandemic has further accelerated digital adoption across retail channels, including physical brick and mortar stores offering online order placements, and aspiring to create an omni-channel presence among a host of other digitised services