RightIndem deploys enterprise-grade conversational AI to simplify customer claims process

RightIndem, an global insurance technology company, has worked with Bristol-based Amdaris to simplify its customer onboarding process via developing enterprise-grade conversational Artificial Intelligence experiences.

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Datto announces availability of Datto continuity for Microsoft Azure

Datto Holding Corp. , the global provider of cloud-based software and security solutions purpose-built for delivery by Managed Service Providers (MSPs), announced the commercial availability of Datto Continuity for Microsoft Azure, a comprehensive Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solution that protects MSPs and their clients’ data in the public cloud in the event of malicious ransomware

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Tollring launches new workplace analytics app for Microsoft Teams

Global software developer, Tollring, launches Analytics 365, new native app for Microsoft Teams, to deliver new high-level insights and analytics on the workplace. Analytics 365 delivers a holistic view of people, wellbeing and engagement, and is available.

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What does the edge mean for IoT?

A lot has been written about the IoT revolution and how the technology has the capability to revolutionise industries, transform productivity and unlock new levels of insight. But for those intrigued by the possibilities and looking to dip their toe in the water, the potential myths of high price point, infrastructure and connectivity challenges, as

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Commit buys Israeli tech firm ITSoft to bolster its team-building model and cloud of people

Commit, a global technology services company focused on custom software and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, is reportedly expanding through the acquisition of ITSoft.

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A third of suspicious emails reported by employees are phishing

33% of emails employees report as phishing are either malicious or highly suspect, according to new research. The finding comes from an analysis of emails reported by employees from organisations across the globe during the first half of 2021, and highlights the efficacy of employee-led efforts in preventing cyber attacks.

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Dutch construction provider deploys 20,000 smart building IoT sensors using LoRaWAN

Beyond Eyes, a brand initiated by Dutch construction-services business, Heijmans N.V. in collaboration with CSU Cleaning Services BV, has deployed more than 20,000 LoRaWAN-connected IoT sensors. This has been done for Heijmans’ clients in the Netherlands, as part of the company’s Smart Building concept.

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The risky new world of work

It’s fair to say that 2020 dramatically changed the workplace. Globally, governments mandated citizens to work from home, where possible. Large office blocks emptied as IT teams scrambled to implement technology and systems to support a predominantly remote workforce. As we start to look beyond COVID, organisations plan to permanently adopt these long-term hybrid and

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Carlsberg announces extension of digital manufacturing solutions across 28 breweries

Carlsberg, which employs more than 40,000 people across the globe, has tapped into Farnborough-based PTCs Digital Manufacturing Solution Suite to boost the performance of 28 of its breweries in Europe and Asia.

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How connected technology is transforming the water utilities industry

Globally, smart metering is forecast to take off in the water sector. In total revenue terms, the smart share of AMI and AMR (advanced meter infrastructure & automated meter reading) has almost doubled from 28.2% in 2012 to 46.7% in 2020.

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Vectra AI partners with Microsoft on zero trust security framework

Vectra AI, a provider of threat detection and response, announced that the Vectra Cognito platform delivers key Zero Trust capabilities for Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure customers.

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Softing introduces software module for connecting modbus TCP controllers to IIoT applications

Softing adds to its Docker technology-based edgeConnector product family. The new edgeConnector Modbus is a flexible Docker container application for Modbus TCP controllers.

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SQL technology; benchmark for a reason

In case you’ve entered the programming and analytics, structured query language or SQL has been an analytics staple for years and it provides the backbone to many systems that then connect to pull data since the system already exists, says Joseph Zulick, manager at MRO Electric and Supply.

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IoT in desperate need of more robust identity and access management

The future of Identity and Access Management (IAM) in the Internet of Things (IoT) will escape the confines of user-focused identity and transition toward a more inclusive model.  The new multi-faced approach will include machine and system identity along with IoT device and platform management operations, according to a new analysis research report by global tech market advisory

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67% of fintechs believe that AI will have the biggest impact on sector in the next five years

Tribe Payments, a payment technology company, reveals that 67% of fintechs believe AI is the technology that will have the biggest impact on the sector over the next five years.

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How data preparation automation accelerates time to insights?

The amount of data generated and consumed are just massive. The advancement of technology makes sure that the amount of data that we deal with will only keep increasing in the upcoming years, says Yash Mehta, an IoT and Big Data Science specialist.

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