Blockchain sounds like a way to keep boats anchored, which isn’t a bad analogy, considering what the technology purports to do.
While some IT experts herald it as a groundbreaking way of creating a distributed, unchangeable record of transactions, others question the nascent technology’s usefulness in the enterprise, which has traditionally relied on centrally-administered databases to secure digital records.
Even so, companies are moving fast to try and figure out how they can use it to save time and money. And IT vendors are responding to customers calls for info, with some already looking to include it as part of their services.
Source: Computerworld.com | Security