teknowlogy's top IT trends for 2019 – 9/10 IoT security and ICS security (industrial control systems)
The Internet of Things (IoT) brings completely new risks. To enable new services and business models, manufacturing companies are creating new points of access for the data pools of machinery. However, this trend towards opening up is not a process limited to the manufacturing industry. Comparable developments can be observed in almost all ...
Edge computing supplements the centralized cloud computing approach with a decentralized component. While cloud computing provides all functions from a central data center, edge computing shifts data processing to the edge of an IoT installation. Learn more about teknolowgy´s view on this IT trend for 2019.
2019 sera l’année où l’on se pose les questions fondamentales. Au sens propre, d'ailleurs : quelles sont les fondations nécessaires pour mettre en œuvre de façon pérenne les programmes de transformation numérique ?
GE’s recent announcement to establish a new GE-owned, independently run entity to expand the company’s leadership in the Industrial IoT market and to better serve industrial customers probably did not come as a surprise to the industry.
When I attended the latest re:invent in Las Vegas, I was primarily looking to get the latest news on IoT from AWS. In a nutshell, I was a little disappointed about IoT, but discovered plenty of news from areas related to IoT. Let me outline here my 3 disappointments and my 3 main discoveries.
HCL is making headway particularly in manufacturing, healthcare and life sciences as it looks to cash in on its IoT experience with global enterprises.
PAC had the opportunity to participate in Infosys' EMEA Confluence 2018, the European flagship event of the company, taking place in Rome at the end of October. PAC expected Infosys to focus above all on its AI platform NIA, which combines big data/analytics, machine learning, knowledge management and cognitive automation capabilities and ...
The supplier landscape targeting the €92bn European IoT opportunity is large and diverse, and advanced analytics firm Seeq is hoping to cash in.
PAC vient de publier la plus grande analyse du marché des fournisseurs de plateformes IoT. Le Radar PAC « Les plateformes IoT en Europe 2018 » analyse plus de 120 plateformes, et en évalue 43 d'entre elles dans sept segments différents, afin d’identifier les meilleurs fournisseurs de chaque catégorie dans différents domaines. Sur l'ensemble ...
PAC recently caught up with SAP on its initiatives in the blockchain area. The company‘s endeavors are aimed at complementing its SAP Leonardo portfolio with Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) in order to increase both the efficiency and transparency of transaction processes in networks made up of multiple different business partners.
At its digital-transformation-focused Impact Event in Liverpool Street in London this week, Oracle outlined what it described as six levels of autonomous computing. Here's why they matter. A lot.
We were among the 40,000 visitors (10,000 more than last year) that descended on Cologne last week to attend the Digital Marketing Expo & Conference (DMEXCO). The event, which gathers decision-makers from digital business, marketing and innovation, hosted 1,000 exhibitors and 170 start-ups this year. So, judging purely by numbers, the DMEXCO ...
PAC recently had the chance to visit IBM's Watson IoT Center in Munich. Discussions quickly revolved around topics like connected objects, artificial intelligence (AI), and smart cities, and took a cross-vertical perspective.
Comtrade Digital Services is one of the latest ventures of €300m+ Comtrade Group, which is among the largest technology players in South Eastern Europe. The group's focus is on a wide range of IT services.
Relayr started out as an IoT middleware platform developer back in 2013. Fast forward five years: Relayr expanded its portfolio into IoT analytics and a range of supporting services around its products. Now it is being acquired by the €50bn insurance giant Munich Re for an eye-catching price tag of $300m.
Die Schweiz – beim Gedanken an dieses schöne Land fallen einem normalerweise immer die gleichen Dinge ein: Berge, Schokolade, Banken. Aber wie sieht’s mit künstlicher Intelligenz (KI) aus? Nein? Vielleicht momentan noch nicht, aber der Alpenstaat wandelt sich langsam zu einem der wichtigsten Zentren für die Weiterentwicklung der KI-Technologie.
IBM is shifting its vertical main focus for Watson away from healthcare and towards retail. The market is broader and the competitive pressure of customers is higher.
Switzerland. Thinking of this beautiful country, usually the same things come to mind: mountains, chocolate, banks. But what about artificial intelligence (AI)? No? Maybe not yet, but the alpine nation is slowly transforming into one of the most important centers for advancements in AI technology.
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