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IT Press Release : 20 Aug 2018

VST ECS (Myanmar) Services in collaboration with leading global IT vendors of Enterprise Solutions organize a seminar in Myanmar IT—20 Aug 18

VST ECS (Myanmar) Services Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of VST ECS (Thailand) Co., Ltd., by Mr. Kongkiet Wangveeramit, Executive Vice President, CLM Countries has joined forces with leading global IT vendors including Cisco, NetApp, NetScout, Trend Micro,

Hyperion#s blockchain-based distributed mapping system aims to revolutionize how maps are made - and monetized IT—20 Aug 18

SINGAPORE--20 Aug--PRNewswire/InfoQuest

Hyperion, an open blockchain-based mapping architecture, has ambitious plans to fundamentally transform how maps are made - and how the global market for maps and map technology operates. Hyperion's unique technology, which enables a completely decentralized, self-governing global map that users anywhere can contribute to, edit or utilize for their own needs, and share the economic value, promises a radical change in the process of how maps are made and managed.

At present, there are more than 2 million apps in circulation - but almost every single one is based on either Google Maps architecture or major Chinese map services including Gaode, Baidu and Tencent.
This creates a highly concentrated and controlled system for managing and accessing vital business data such as maps, and Hyperion sees its opportunity in disrupting this centralized system.

At present, the map industry has a high technical threshold and significant barrier to entry - the physical challenge of acquiring mapping data for every town, village, and building globally. However, building on the massive bank of data accumulated by Mapxus, the largest open indoor mapping platform in the world which was established by the founder of Hyperion in 2016, Hyperion has an immediate competitive advantage. By applying its

From cloud growth to a cloud mess: two out of three SMBs struggle with over-complicated IT IT—20 Aug 18

As their businesses grow, companies increasingly embrace new business tools and cloud services in an attempt to make their employees' working lives more efficient and flexible, as well as reduce expenditures. According to Kaspersky Lab's latest research,