GE acquired ServiceMax for the sum of $915m late last year. The two companies share how they are going to market to transform industrial companies.
The energy industry is going through a period of disruption as production and consumption models change - GE thinks it can help ease the pain.
At the tail end of SAP's Sapphire Now 2017 show, I was offered a customer interview I couldn't pass up. Craig Charlton, CIO at McLaren Technology Group Ltd., shares his digital and IoT mandate.
Although initially employed on consumer gadgets, look for conversational interfaces to spread across industries and into purpose-built hardware.
In this edition - tech gets political and so do we. Plus: IoT gets a critical review as smart cities go under the microscope. Your whiffs include unplugging airlines, deleting production systems, and defying tornados.
UX for IoT raises some tricky questions. When we're designing for the Internet of Things, are we going for automation and eliminating a human UI entirely? And how do we account for the range of devices and industries? Those are some of the questions I got into with the IoT team from Infiswift.
It's 18 months since HP spit in two. In the first of two reports, a progress report on the HP Enterprise company finds restructuring and transformation work still to do.
Are automotive incumbents doing enough to anticipate the disruption that's coming? And why is that much-flogged term "big data" integral to new automotive business models? How will changes from ownership to on-demand autos impact urban planning? These are a few of the questions I posed to investor, blogger, and book author Evangelos Simoudis in our chat wrap.
Hive is automating underlying systems supporting connected homes. Chakraborty explains the complexities behind personalising for different housing needs.
Director of Internet-of-Things Ivo Rook warns companies often find it too difficult to rethink their business models, leaving them exposed to threats.
Two years is a long time when it comes to the pace of automotive disruption. In my latest Q/A with Evangelos Simoudis, he gives us a look behind his new book on big data and the automotive industry. We get into the five cultural forces causing change in this sector, and why trends like mobility services present new risks and opportunities for carmakers.
Almost every conversation with SAP, its customers and partners had some tinge of indirect access. To its credit, SAP was up front about where it is at. User groups smell opportunity but each has a different approach. Customers are the ones who are left head scratching. We separate the noise from the signal on this discussion.
Five guys get together to chew the fat about what we've seen at SAPPHIRENow 2017 so far. There has been plenty to consider and the odd surprise. Read on and watch as we assess this year's event.