As originallly published on 1st March 2021 by René Arce Lozano and Dinorah Cantu from Hogan Lovells, Mexico and seen on Mondaq.com Introduction Over the last few years, the fintech ecosystem in Mexico has evolved to become one of the most developed in Latin America.
As originally published in The Pacific Alliance Blog. The Pacific Alliance Blog interviewed Professor Rodrigo Corredor about his recent article on the Pacific Alliance and its digital economy strategy, published in the Colombian Yearbook of International Law. Mr Corredor is professor and researcher at Universidad
Daniela Morales Sánchez firstname.lastname@example.org Latam Bridge Despite Latin America not being the poorest region in the world and experiencing great economic growth in recent years, it remains the most unequal. Thus, the first Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) in the 2030 Agenda – to
Cisco is one of many companies challenging the notion that rural areas may never truly connect with global centers. While Internet penetration in urban areas accounts for 70% of the Mexican population, opportunity awaits for the development of greater communication networks in the public sector.
With security concerns for #fintech users on the rise, possible solutions to prevent fraud include analytics and AI. Find Alexander Rengifo’s in-depth analysis in Spanish over at SAS Blogs.
Dalia Cortez email@example.com Latam Bridge The world has drastically turned into something unknown in only one year: the Covid pandemic forced us to stay at home and changed our lifestyle. Our habits are not the same, and that has been very much reflected
As originally published on Olhar Digital IBM announced on Tuesday (16) the start of operations of its multizone region (MZR) for Latin America – a complex of interconnected data centers, composed of three or more zones of the company’s cloud services. Brazil was chosen to
As originally seen in The Costa Rica News and as published by The Costa Rica News STAFF The Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly penetrated the market and governments globally: telemedicine receives and monitors patient data in remote areas, predicts where pests will appear on
Ana Paula Corral Dórame firstname.lastname@example.org The countries of Latin America and the Caribbean face the growing challenge of providing quality and efficient health services. Because of the pandemic, some projects have been activated to accelerate digitalization in the region, allowing pressure on healthcare systems
Published as seen in IoTNews by Nick Earle of Eseye. The multi-layered complexity of IoT services and on-going challenges around global connectivity, data and devices, has contributed to a large number of project failures, delaying the critical mass of IoT connected ‘things’ predicted in earlier