Lack of budget and cloud security skills are the top obstacles for protecting data in the cloud

Netwrix, a cyber security vendor, has announced additional findings on cloud security challenges from its global 2021 Netwrix cloud data security report.

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10 key considerations for enterprises before purchasing an IoT sensor

Real-time, technology-driven strategy has become the cornerstone of planning and deploying a successful supply chain, while forecasting potential disruptions for virtually any product category. As the price of sensors has come down over time, says Bryn Lowry, VP of customer success at Cloudleaf, implementing IoT devices has been a massive accelerator for this endeavour.

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Uncovering the IoT blindspot in a post-pandemic world

As companies around the world look at returning to the office, they must also have eyes on their IoT devices says, Max Heinemeyer, director of threat hunting at Darktrace.

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FactoryLogix IIoT-based manufacturing 4.0 platform chosen by Mercury Systems

FactoryLogix by Aegis has been selected by Mercury Systems, Inc, a provider in trusted, securing mission-critical technologies for aerospace and defence.

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US PC shipments rocket 73% in a year driven by backlog orders

The PC market in the United States grew 73% year on year in Q1 2021, with total shipments of desktops, notebooks, tablets and workstations exceeding 34 million units. Notebooks and tablets led the way with impressive growth, while desktops lagged amid weak demand during the pandemic.

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Air quality monitoring now one of the fast-growing smart city applications

According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm, Berg Insight, the installed base of urban air quality monitoring devices reached 73,000 units in 2020 and will grow at a CAGR of 34% to reach 315,000 units in 2025.

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Surf Loch leverages Siemens’ digital enterprise portfolio to create the perfect wave

Surf Loch, a California-based company that has been developing wave-making technology since the 1980s, is using software from Siemens’ Xcelerator portfolio and automation technology to create wave pools that deliver ocean-quality waves which can be tailored to each individual surfer.

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Life Lessons: Have faith in your abilities, and know that it’s ok to take some risks

Travelling the world was once the norm for Jon Arnold, VP of sales, EMEA, RealWear, Inc.But working from home has improved productivity, quality of life and perhaps the planet.He couldn’t have said that if he’d become a pilot or a foreign correspondent, as he once hoped.

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Telecom provider Salumanus launches in the UK

To support the UK through its transition to fibre at a time of unprecedented demand, telecommunications solutions provider, Salumanus, has established Salumanus Ltd, a British division based in Manchester.

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Safecube launches LocaTrack, an IoT-enabled asset tracking solution

French company Safecube, born from a joint venture between Michelin, Sigfox France and Argon & Co in 2019, is launching its new LocaTrack asset tracking solution with IoT technology.

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Vodafone and Cradlepoint in new IoT joint business offering for global enterprises

Internet of Things (IoT) technology has the power to transform your business, whatever industry you’re in. It can help collect and leverage data, streamline business operations, improve customer service and give you unprecedented visibility of your supply chain, assets and operations.

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Transforming mobile, one eSIM at a time

The global wireless industry has experienced more transformation in the last 10 years than in the previous 50, says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO at NetLync. The challenges this last year has brought, in the form of the coronavirus pandemic, have sharpened this focus to an acute and imminent reality bringing on change even faster.

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Leveraging IoT farming to expand food access

Access to healthy food is a staggering problem in the U.S., says Holger Kuehnle, executive creative director, at Artefact. Some 19 million Americans live in food deserts, while up to 40% of food produced in the U.S. goes to waste. It’s clear that the existing food system faces an overwhelming efficiency problem.

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InterSystems and Oncodesign partner to optimise cancer care data

InterSystems, a provider of healthcare data management systems, and Oncodesign, a biopharmaceutical company specialising in precision medicine, have announced the signing of a strategic partnership aimed at advancing research for new treatments in the field of oncology.

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eacs and iboss join forces to expand security offering and propel growth

Managed services provider eacs has partnered with one of the market provider in cloud-delivered network security, iboss. The collaboration will allow both companies to further their delivery of multi-cloud solutions and data security services across a range of sectors, ensuring optimum solutions for their growing portfolio of customers.

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AR helps Stannah bring virtual stairlifts into homes worldwide

Augmented reality (AR) is helping prospective stairlift customers get a clearer picture of how a stairlift might fit into their home, thanks to a new development from Stannah.

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