Bosch Group, a global supplier of technology and services, announced the expansion of its partnership with Avaya to help support Bosch’s digital transformation strategy across its global operations. Avaya Private Cloud Services (APCS) has signed a $60 million (€51 million) agreement with Bosch to provide a range of business communications solutions to 160,000 Bosch [...]
Cylance® Inc., the company that revolutionised the antivirus industry with AI-powered prevention that blocks everyday malware along with today’s most advanced cyberthreats, has announced the results of its inaugural report, Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise: The AI Race is On.
All those sensors on AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles) which prevent collisions (with people, equipment, or building structures) are collecting data. Until recently, no AGV manufacturer has found a way to concretise these data and make the actionable, predictive, and fundamentally useful.
LPRS CS has identified systems integrators and service providers as having the greatest opportunity of all company types to deploy, use and generate revenue from IoT/M2M applications.
The role the Internet of Things (IoT) will play in the coming years is at the forefront of technological innovation and public imagination. However, while we all know how exciting the IoT boom is, there are also a number of inherent dangers with IoT adoption enterprises should be aware of.
In today’s marketplace systems integrators and service providers really do have the greatest opportunity of all company types to deploy, use and generate revenue from IoT / M2M applications.
As the Internet of Things continues (IoT) continues to grow in the consciousness of consumers and IT experts alike, thought is increasingly turning to how to ensure that its promise delivers on its potential.
Since the term Industry 4.0 was coined in 2011, companies have been rushing to transform their organisations and get them ready for the next industrial revolution. We certainly see the movement gaining momentum, but the progress is very slow.
Ayla Networks, a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform for manufacturers, has announced enhancements to its IoT platform designed to help propel manufacturers of connected products toward the next generation of the IoT.
Valued at one trillion dollars, the global Internet of Things (IoT) market continues to garner keen interest from innovators, receiving a record $1.4 billion in venture capital in 2016. But barriers to its adoption in the enterprise seem to keep the sector in the hype zone,