The customer must be at the centre of the digital strategy

It’s easy to get obsessed with technology – it is the key enabler of today’s revolution – but the harder part of the transformation is cultural. It’s about putting the customer experience and their business outcomes at the centre of everything.

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How to keep hydro-electric power under control: Managing and maintaining hydro-electric plants

By tapping into gravity and the water cycle, humans have long taken advantage of one of Earth’s most efficient and naturally occurring energy sources, water.

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With a modern data platform, any CIO can turn information into intelligence

It’s been more than a decade since we first heard the phrase “data is the new oil.” But while this idea may well define the next generation of business, there’s important context surrounding it that often gets overlooked.

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AI privacy concerns and limited or use cases threaten early success, say analysts

Innovations in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and deep learning are beginning to dominate the technology landscape. These concepts are set to revolutionise the connected world, but the actual user experience and concerns about privacy and security are obstacles that can prevent AI from reaching its potential.

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Berg Insight ranks connected pallets as the most promising greenfield IoT application enabled by LPWA technologies

A new report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight ranks connected pallets as the most promising greenfield application enabled by the new wave of cellular and non-cellular LPWA technologies.

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Berendsen UK’s fresh approach to the Internet of Things

When bosses at laundry company Berendsen UK say their biggest challenge is “speed of cycle”, they’re not referring to the giant washing machines they fill with one million bed sheets, pillowcases, tablecloths, napkins and towels every day.

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Survey finds Brazil, China, Germany and India most ready for M2M to drive connected, smarter cities

Walldorf, Germany – Findings from a study conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of SAP AG have highlighted that almost 30%  of IT decision makers (ITDMs) agree that smart cities would be the most beneficial outcome of deployment of M2M technologies.

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