on-demand version The Fourth Industrial Revolution is enabling industrial organisations to rapidly automate and digitise traditional business processes to create more intelligent products and services and ultimately transform the global economy. IoT technologies are at the heart of this transition, enabling the connected solutions that make 4IR possible. To reap the full benefit, Industrial organisations
Technological progress has now spawned an era of digital transformation. The transformation was brought about through digitisation as analogue information was converted to digital data.Read more
IoT (the Internet of Things) is the prime driver of digital transformation for the enterprise, and IDC predicts that IoT market spend will reach $1.4 trillion (€1.19 trillion) by 2021. That’s a big number – but it’s in contrast to the statistic that shows as many as a quarter of all companies quit transformation projects
Hyosung ITX, an IT unit of Hyosung Group, announced on July 11 that it recently concluded sales partnership with Huawei, China’s global networking equipment maker, to better serve the IT market.Read more
Mark Armstrong, EMEA MD and VP at Progress, says use your ears and your mouth in the right proportions!
As a child what job did you want to have when you grew up? I wanted to join the Foreign Office and work in Embassies like my dad and travel the world. Instead I’ve found myself working in software for the last 30 years! I now look after the International Business operations (EMEA & APJ)
The manufacturers’ organisation, EEF, and Oracle have joined forces to get UK manufacturers fit for the 4th industrial revolution, now dubbed 4IR.Read more