Blockchain-as-a-service could be the next big thing to hit enterprises. Learn about the best options and processes for getting started with this tech.
Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize the way businesses conduct financial transactions in the next few years, according to security experts.
It's time for organizations to adopt blockchain to centralize identity management and establish trust between parties involved in business transactions.
As blockchain appears poised to evolve in 2017, IT managers must work closely with financial regulators to fill any gaps regarding compliance.
Formerly only associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain technology will come of age in 2017, yielding use cases across industries.
As cryptocurrencies gain traction with banks and consumers, IT professionals must consider the cybersecurity implications of becoming a cashless society.
Corda is a blockchain platform that does not use the typical format, such as the one used in bitcoin. Developed by financial firm R3, Corda is a distributed ledger platform used to differentiate the technology it uses from that of the...
Since its creation, blockchain has risen in popularity among security experts and the public. It has even been touted as the silver bullet of cybersecurity, unbreachable and safe. But viewing blockchain in that light is overly simplistic. To...
Widespread adoption of blockchain technology could help Asia-Pacific countries streamline ineffective processes related to logistics, trade and more.
Blockchain and Cryptography: The New Gold Standard Over the past 200 years, the role of gold in international trade has been undeniable as a means to standardize prices across currencies and secure payments across borders. Before 1875, global...