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If your business is somehow related to technologies and innovations, you have probably heard of edge computing. In this blog post, we are going to give the answers to the following three questions: What is it? What benefits does it offer? What are the use cases?
In the last few years, the face of banking has irrevocably changed. One of the examples is the emergence of a new banks breed known as “challenger banks” — financial institutions focused on providing exclusively digital services and minimizing customer interaction with a bank.
Extremely fast, clouds have become a new standard for businesses worldwide. Apart from providing such apparent advantages of moving to the cloud as mobility and flexibility, cloud services also offer cost efficiency, better control over the application, fast data recovery, and many more.
Although cloud computing has been around for two decades, over the last 5 years it has grown in popularity. Today it is used nearly everywhere: in business, in social media, for big data analytics, backup, and recovery, etc.
The industry of e-publishing is the world of eBook files. EPUB is one of the most used file types in this venue. Maintaining an EPUB library requires a big set of EPUB tools. They are necessary to support many aspects of running a publishing business or a university library. If legacy software is utilized, it is hard to integrate additional functionality. Moreover, if a lot of different tools are used, the infrastructure may become encumbered. This will drain precious time dedicated to management. Our company recognized these issues and developed a cutting-edge EPUB software called EpubCloud. It is a custom EPUB cloud storage and management system that helps to solve many headaches of the organizations working with EPUB files.