Qatar Airways Cargo and WiseTech Global implement direct data connection

Qatar Airways Cargo, the air cargo carrier, and WiseTech Global, a provider of software solutions to the logistics industry, have commenced implementation of an extensive direct data connection between their global operating systems.

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AT&T and Kigen boost enterprise cellular IoT with SIM flexibility across LTE, LTE-M and NB-IoT

AT&T and Kigen are working together to help customers streamline their supply chains. They aim to reduce the time to market for enterprises who want to leverage SIM, embedded SIM (eSIM) and integrated SIM (iSIM) secured connectivity deep in their Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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IoT billing: When legacy isn’t the answer

Any conversation about enterprise software and its target functions (in this case billing) always comes in one of two flavours, theory, and practice. With revenues from traditional telco services eroding rapidly (for example look at the disruption of SMS revenue streams by WhatsApp), communications service providers (CSPs) are increasingly reliant on being able to move

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How to find genuine proposals for IoT product development

There is no doubt that poor requirement gathering leads to bad quality of products. If this holds true for a normal software project, imagine the importance of a critical space like the Internet of Things (IoT) that is a combination of multiple disciplines.

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IoT and blockchain – A paradigm shift

Data is the new source of developmental power today, in which good quality data represents big value. On the flipside, bad data is costing businesses 30% or more of their revenue. In fact, Gartner has found the average cost of poor data quality on businesses amounts to anywhere between $9.7 million (€8.22 million) and $14.2 million

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BT launches new managed security service to protect UK firms from cyber threats

BT‘s Enterprise unit launched its new Managed Security Service, to help UK businesses and the public sector better protect themselves from the escalating number and sophistication of cyber threats.

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Data visualisation, a graphical version of what your IoT and AI communicates

As Human beings, we are visual creatures. We tend to prefer visual information over words. Traffic signs have a visual element so you can quickly identify the sign shape and color to recognise the information before you can even read the words.

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eSync Alliance accelerates automotive OTA development with an SDK for member companies

The eSync Alliance announces the launch of its eSync Agent SDK, a new Software Development Kit (SDK) for the eSync Over-The-Air (OTA) platform. This new SDK makes it simpler and quicker to integrate electronic control units (ECUs), smart sensors and other edge devices in a vehicle with the eSync OTA data pipeline, thereby enabling automotive OEMs and

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Average data breach cost now over $4mn, shows 10% growth

According to data presented by Atlas VPN, the average financial damages caused by a data breach increased by nearly 10% year over year to $4.24 million (€3.57 million)in 2021. This is the highest spike since 2015.

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Eliminate IT bottlenecks with simplicity: Low code platforms hold the key

Albert Einstein famously said, “Genius is making complex ideas simple”. The digital transformation of industrial processes can be challenged by a cloud of data complexity, but a simplified IT platform can reduce the workload.

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octoScope announces availability of new octoBox software suite

octoScope, a Spirent company and the provider of accurate, repeatable and automated wireless personal testbeds, announced the release of octoBox software 2.0, a new version of the web user interface (UI) that controls octoBox testbeds.

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Bundled know-how for IIoT applications: cooperation between Moxa Europe and Robotron

Moxa Europe GmbH and Robotron Datenbank-Software GmbH announce their collaboration in the configuration and provision of IIoT platforms. The two partners are focusing on the “Industrial Internet of Things” applications in demanding industries such as process technology, oil & gas and energy technology. The first joint IIoT projects have already been realised for customers in

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Hospitality organisations must accelerate digital transformation to secure long-term recovery

As hospitality’s doors finally reopen, the sector is quickly getting a sense of the evolved “digital-first” world in which it’s now operating. The past year has seen a significant step change in the adoption of technology and digital services, but while some hospitality businesses were able to welcome online models, huge swathes of the industry

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Tableau, the data behind the information

Where SQL shines in analytics, queries, and calculations, Tableau is a visual tool for representing data points in a way that is meaningful but more importantly accessible to the less tech-savvy users.

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Virgin Media O2 selects Ericsson 5G core to power standalone network deployment

Ericsson has been selected by Virgin Media O2 to deploy cloud native, container-based dual-mode 5G Standalone Core on cloud infrastructure in the UK, paving the way for Virgin Media O2 to deliver ultra-fast connectivity to consumers and develop advanced enterprise use cases.

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Couchbase in IPO, lists on Nasdaq under BASE ticker

Couchbase has entered its next chapter as a publicly traded company, having begun trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “BASE.”

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