Unified Cloud Platform (UCP)

A unified cloud platform (UCP) has been introduced to facilitate the integration of multiple cloud services into a single cloud environment. The UCP is essentially a cloud management multi-platform that provides the ability to seamlessly integrate microservices allowing users to manage workplace communications across multiple devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops and other devices. […]

Internet of Things (IoT)

This phrase refers to networked infrastructures that interconnect physical objects and allow for the management of the data they generate. A typical example of IoT is a home energy monitor connected to an app on mobile phone, or a voice-activated system such as Alexa or Google Home that allows the user to play music or […]

Semantic Web

The Semantic Web, as defined by Ontotext[1] is the extension of the existing information and data on a network (or Web) to include data descriptors, which are intended to allow machines to make “meaningful interpretations” of the information in a similar way to how humans process information. Evolution of the Semantic Web is leading to […]


…’An agent is just something that acts (agent comes from the Latin agree, to do). Of course, all computer programs do something, but computer agents are expected to do more: operate autonomously, perceive their environment, persist over a prolonged period, adapt to change, and create and pursue goals’… [1] agent and environments …’ An agent […]