As enterprises look to deploy distributed ledgers, the industry’s largest IT providers have launched blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS), offering a way to test the nascent technology without the cost or risk of deploying it in-house.
Think of cloud computing, and chances are you envision large-scale, centralized data centers running thousands of physical servers. But that’s only one, if the main one, among an increasingly diverse array of cloud possibilities.
The standard user flows that currently dictate our interactions with computers are still quite limited, and are only a few years away from becoming unrecognizable. The process of changing this dynamic has already begun in the form of conversational interfaces.