Jellyfish CTO talks diginomica through the technologies that underpin Europe’s first virtual visual effects studio.
The Finnish manufacturer plans to put IoT data from elevators, escalators, doors and turnstiles into the hands of service technicians in the field, so that they can respond to maintenance issues more proactively.
How does the UK’s new national institute for data science plan to spend a gift of $5 million in Azure cloud-computing credits in 2017?
New connected services based on IOT technologies provide a way for the roadside assistance provider to keep up an ongoing dialogue with members.
Jessica closes the door on a sub-par 2016 with a cheery focus on her favorite feel-good and uplifting stories of the year.
Pressure to manage rapid growth while maintaining service levels has resulted in a systems overhaul at the UK-based home care provider
As the digital insurance sector starts to heat up, Allianz UK is using Cloudbees Jenkins to get developers working at the speed that their business colleagues demand.
NetSuite founder Evan Goldberg speaks to diginomica about the motivations behind his cancer charity and his experience of running a non-profit organization - on NetSuite, naturally.
At AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, JPL tech staff demonstrated how the Alexa voice control system provides a way for humans to communicate with smart products and robots.
Machine learning is fast emerging as a key battleground in the cloud wars between AWS and rivals Google and Microsoft.
At Web Summit this year, a fintech entrepreneur and a bank’s head of innovation went head to head over how digital disruption is likely to develop in the financial services sector
Online grocery company Ocado has used TensorFlow and Cloud Machine Learning from Google to build a system that analyses and interprets customers’ complaints, praise and requests for assistance.
Marks & Spencer plans to use physical stores as dispatch points for online orders, Patrick Bousque-Chavanne confirms, but these are still in the early stages.