Big data


Data  /  Article

Selective data sorting against dark data

According to a study by Veritas, 52 % of company data stored on servers is never used. This inert data is what is known as dark data. This can be data collected within the frame of an abandoned project or data that complies with regulatory compliance requirements and that has not been deleted within the legal […]


Data  /  Word of innovation

Edge computing

Edge computing is a new stage in the evolution of cloud computing. It consists in shifting remote data storage and processing from distant servers to the edge of the network. Thus, the data no longer systematically pass through the “cloud”, but are processed locally, close to the people or machines that produce and/or consume them. […]


Data  /  Word of innovation

Multicloud

Multicloud is a new step in the take up of the cloud by companies. As its name suggests, this approach consists in calling on several public cloud providers or using public and private clouds together. The benefit? By not putting all its eggs in one cloud, a company can gain availability and security as it […]


Networks and IT  /  Article

Energy efficiency: AI for mobile networks

Each generation of mobile telephony networks coincides with a leap forward in energy efficiency per bit transported, the gains of which are estimated at a factor of 10 during the transition from one generation to the other. 5G is no exception to this rule and, from the infrastructure design stage, introduces new levers for technical […]


Research  /  Blog

Your smartphone can hand you useful information on a plate

Imagine a meeting where you could instantly have access to information about the people, organisations and places mentioned by the other participants. Imagine a meeting where the documents needed to resolve a problem could automatically be made available to you with only your smartphone and a connection to an online service. This is a real […]


Internet of things  /  Article

How digital can make cities more resilient

Is the “smart city” outdated? The resilient city integrates and protects what matters in the running of a city… starting with its inhabitants.


Data  /  Word of innovation

Data Lake

The Data Lake: a centralised data storage place to meet the challenges of Big Data.


Artificial intelligence  /  Article

Big Data, algorithms and AI, the tools of tomorrow’s insurance?

The opportunities and the issues of the use of Big Data and algorithms in the insurance sector.


Artificial intelligence  /  Article

How to stay well-informed when algorithms are deciding for us?

“Over 58 million people voted for Trump. I don’t know one.” When recommendation algorithms enclose us in “filter bubbles”, how can we stay in touch with reality?


Research  /  Blog

2009–2019: back to the future of cloud computing

The personal cloud, mobile cloud, vertical cloud, open source cloud, etc. – these major developments in cloud computing foreseen by Orange back in 2009 are now a reality.


Data  /  Article

The crypto ecosystem breaks out of its bubble

The cryptoassets universe generates value in the traditional economy, particularly through the new uses that established players are making of blockchain.


Data  /  Article

On the blockchain, there are flaws too

The risks facing the blockchain’s decentralised networks are applicational (via smart contracts) and user-related (via piracy and theft).