The largest and most complex machine in history is 15% more efficient, thanks to enterprise asset management (EAM) from Infor.
Like most industries, gas stations use a motley collection of old and new technologies. A new breed of technologies is coming along to help operators get a more complete data picture.
Drawing on meetings and online inquiries, Dick Hirsch dons the investigator hat again to pursue SAP's data as a service moves in Digital Customer Insight and beyond. In the process, he makes a discovery: a new internal startup called SAP Business Data Network that reveals some of SAP's data as a service intentions, and how they compare with other companies such as Uber.
In this edition: IoT security gets real - and what to do about it. Plus AI gets vertical, and practical, as several smarties shine light on what AI can actually do in 2017 (and it ain't chatbots). U.S. ISPs get a problematic win over privacy, and the Oracle-wants-Accenture rumors get a roasting. Your whiffs include a dog that did, self-driving car infatuations, and my old stomping grounds - skewering music pirates and their philosophical defenders.
In part two of a pair of articles on what cyber-threats are likely to look like within the space of only a couple of years, experts discuss how these challenges can best be addressed, with the key watchword here being “collaboration”.
According to a new report by the Information Security Forum, the digital-everything economy and fast-growing adoption of networked technologies such as the Internet of Things is creating a new raft of unprecedented new cyber-security threats. But are we all really going to hell in a handcart? Cath Everett talks to some experts.
We speak to Bradford City Council’s enterprise architect and information manager, Yunus Mayat, about the area’s new Low Range Wide Area Network.
Ofcom's fudge of a deal with BT over Openreach has BT exactly where it wants to be. This is not the deal that a Brexit-facing Britain needed to have delivered.
A flurry of news stories have rendered data privacy all but obsolete. But it's a mistake to imply there is nothing we can do about it. Enterprises that get out in front on privacy can find a competitive edge.
Lisa Pope, Infor’s strategy and sales chief, was explains how the manufacturing sector needs to use digital technologies to get closer to their customers.
Building the Internet of Things in the Australian tropical rainforest is not easy, particularly when giant rats view your kit as lunch.
Networking giant Cisco has made a number of acquisitions in recent months that see it shifting its IoT focus away from hardware towards software.
A principle way that knowledge is advanced comes through the application of the scientific method. sometimes though, even revered sources get it wrong.