For this week’s tech recap, we look at: Metaverse, computer systems of the future, Available Tech Careers and Roles

metaverseLast week the news of Facebook’s re-branding came out and we got a few insights about how the process will be implemented. Today, we look further into Metaverse and how its future looks like.

The metaverse is a digital reality that combines aspects of social media, online gaming, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and cryptocurrencies to allow users to interact virtually.

In this week’s tech recap, we take a look at The Metaverse, Computer Systems of The Future and Available Tech Careers and Roles.

The Metaverse Is Simply Big Tech, but Bigger

As the metaverse grows, it will create online spaces where user interactions are more multidimensional than current technology supports. Instead of just viewing digital content, users in the metaverse will be able to immerse themselves in a space where the digital and physical worlds converge.

Big Tech luminaries are ­preaching the coming of the next internet. According to tech companies and venture capitalists alike—tomorrow’s cyberspace will be empyrean, transcendent, immersive, 3D, and all folded together, the disparate sites and services we live and die by gathered under one love. It will be a super-platform that convenes sub-platforms: social media, online video games, and ease-of-life apps, all accessible through the same digital space and sharing the same digital economy.

For more interesting insights, read here about the Metaverse.

The 4 computer systems of the future (and what we’ll use them for)

It is said that in the year 2050, Apple will blow everyone’s mind by announcing an iPhone without a notch!

We’re also on the cusp of several new computing paradigms. And it’s clear that, at some point, we’ll move beyond traditional supercomputing.

Whether that happens in the next 30, 50, or 100 years, however, is a different question.

These are the 4 computer systems of the future.


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Deliver cost effective IT solutions tightly linked to business needs and strategy.

Lead a team of IT professionals (including external IT service providers) to provide internal customers with stable, efficient, and secure tools to operate and manage our business while satisfying a large and diverse consumer and business customer base.

Ensure data integrity along with security of IT assets and data to include network servers and communication systems.

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