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Clearly, wearable and connected devices hold tremendous promise for enterprises. However, while building apps for these devices can present challenges for developers and designers, the advantages significantly outweigh the disadvantages. (more…)
The use of wearable and connected devices is increasing in popularity and frequency in the enterprise. These new classes of devices present a variety of benefits – from creating new business opportunities and increasing work quality and productivity, to solving problems that span across physical and virtual work scenarios. (more…)
Did you know that whales can communicate with each other when they are divided by 3,000 miles of ocean, simply by sending their coded audio messages through sea water? Their choice of atmosphere conducts sound at five times the speed of our gaseous one, says Nick Booth. (more…)
It was 1984, and I was off to the only movie theatre in the town where I lived. The movie was called Terminator and although it was science fiction, the story line had an eerie ring of truth. It was about intelligent computers rising and rebelling against its human progenitors. (more…)
The 1990s were a time of innovation within the software industry, as companies realised that they could increase productivity and streamline operations by reinvigorating business processes. So throughout the 1990s and the subsequent decade, CIOs prioritised integrating business operations. (more…)
Just this week, says Robin Kent of Adax, I was on a train from Frankfurt to Nuremburg in Germany attempting in vain to get some work done. (more…)
BlackBerry Ltd, a global software systems provider securing, connecting and mobilising enterprises, has unveiled its mobile-native approach to security with the launch of a platform designed for the ‘Enterprise of Things’. (more…)
IBM joins Zero Outage Industry Standard association on ‘long journey towards stable telecoms, IT and IoT’
The Zero Outage Industry Standard association reports that IBM has joined the association as a founding member. The aim is to provide a common framework for IT quality with a focus on platforms, people, processes and security. (more…)
It is not just the election of Donald Trump that gives us pause for thought (and a variety of other emotions – see Facebook for most of them). There seem to be a host of other issues that have emerged recently which add to the need to stop and reflect. (more…)
By 2020, there will be 50 billion IoT devices around the world in a market worth $19 trillion, according to John Chambers, former CEO at Cisco. In many respects, what that market will look like is entirely unfathomable as we are yet to hit second gear when it comes to IoT potential. (more…)
IoT is set to transform urban life, creating connected cities unified by technology, promising to improve life for inhabitants and streamline services. (more…)
Syncsort Incorporated, the global provider of Big Iron to Big Data solutions backed by Clearlake Capital Group, L.P., announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Harte Hanks, Inc. to acquire Trillium Software, a global provider of data quality solutions. (more…)
Are you looking forward to 2020? No, I am not talking about the next American presidential election! It is the year, according to some, when the first 5G commercial networks could go live. For many telecoms operators 2020 can’t come soon enough. (more…)
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