Distributed Ledger Technology - Potentials beyond the Blockchain
Blockchain, Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), cryptocurrencies - while the emergence of Bitcoin in 2008 / 2009 took place largely under the radar, the economic and technological impact of this event is hard to miss today.
The high volatility of cryptocurrencies, the ongoing search for meaningful use cases for blockchain or DLT technology or the initiatives for consistent regulation provides a constant need for discussion. Both public and private institutions are under pressure from their respective stakeholders to engage in this discussion. But is this due to the fear of missing out? CORE combines enthusiasm for modern technologies paired with expertise as well as pragmatism and experience in how systems and organisations work in the real world. Our approach to DLT technology: we filter out the important facts about the potential uses of the technology and show our clients how their organisation can exploit this opportunity for short, medium, and long-term success.
As technology becomes to an even larger extent the driver for innovation in all branches, being on top of emerging opportunities and staying ahead of disruption waves becomes crucial for organizations seeking to lead in their fields.
The evolving technological landscape has increased the available means for individual devices to collect, store, process and transmit data, also augmenting their capability to interact with their environments.
As a Transformation Director, Kenneth Chu Sam focuses on developing IT strategies that balance the demanding requirements of today's organisations with the benefits of modern technologies. Kenneth is a recognised specialist in managing highly complexity implementation projects based on cloud-native and microservice architectures. He completed his Bachelor's and Master's degrees at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), where he studied electrical engineering and information technology and further specialised in biomedical engineering.