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In 2020 tech like AI, 5G and hyperautomation will open up completely new IT possibilities

Our work and daily life is subject to continuous change fuelled by IT and technology. It is therefore essential to keep an eye on the topics that might be overlooked today but become a key driver for tomorrow. Some trends come with longer lead-times, building on continuous success in their field, others have more of a sudden hype character and burst onto the scene unexpectedly. In 2020, the dominant topic will be AI – no matter if it is the wider adoption and extension of applied fields of artificial intelligence, its implications for process automation or the smart city. Many businesses and applications will be boosted by AI services. Faster 5G connection technology will push this development even further, as it enables the move of digital solutions into mobile networks. However, the user will remain at the crucial centre of all new tech trends. Due to the multiplication of touchpoints, easier access and supported programming, the user will be more in focus than ever. Another decisive topic has been present for the last few years: concerns about digital ethics and data privacy will continue to be highly important and remain on the radar.

New Henkel solutions enable greater cost-efficiency and sustainability in aluminum anodizing

Henkel’s pipeline of innovations for the aluminum industry does not stop short when it comes to anodizing, one of the most established technologies of aluminum processing. In complementing its latest developments for optimizing the conversion coating of aluminum products, the company also offers improved Bonderite technologies for the three key steps of degreasing, etching and hot or cold sealing in the aluminum anodizing process.

Leica Geosystems enriches construction collaboration with launch of BLK3D Web, integrates with Autodesk

Leica BLK3D capabilities extended and now also supported by Autodesk BIM 360 Docs

Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, today announced BLK3D Web, an online collaboration workflow that extends the Leica BLK3D Imager by enabling users to share 3D measurable images with anyone, anywhere online.

G-Core Labs presented a multifunctional virtual data center for agile scaling of IT infrastructures and product development boost

G-Core Labs, an international cloud and edge solution provider, is expanding its product portfolio and has announced the launch of a public cloud—it's the most important announcement the company made this year. The cloud features a multifunctional virtual data center that allows companies of any size and from any field to scale their IT infrastructure in just a few clicks, and also to boost the developing, testing, and launching of new products and services significantly without buying the expensive necessary equipment.

DEVONthink 3.0.2

DEVONtechnologies updates its documentation and information manager DEVONthink to version 3.0.2. Enhancements include optional keyboard navigation in the sidebar, improved WikiLinking, and support for the Nisus Writer file format. DEVONthink 3.0.2 comes with new smart rule actions and search options. It also improves compatibility to macOS Catalina as well as the overall performance and reliability.


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