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Internet of Things: A New Era for Smart Printing?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to revolutionise the consumer and business landscape. According to a report by the Economist's Intelligence Unit, sponsored by ARM, over three quarters of...
Louella Fernandes, Quocirca | 22nd April
Business success increasingly hinges on supply chain innovation and procurement advantages
The power of data-driven business networks is increasing, but how do enterprises best leverage that intelligence as they seek new services, products and efficiency?
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 22nd April
Internet of Things - Architectures of Jelly
Many of the applications touted in the current internet of things clamour may not be safety critical, but their value will rapidly be eroded if they fail to scale or reliably deal with their big data
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 18th April
Virgin Media expose private email addresses
Yesterday, Virgin Media sent an email to all their virgin.net email customers concerning the use of this address type to log-in to any Google services including YouTube, Chrome and Maps. Very...
Simon Holloway, Bloor Research | 18th April
Teradata looks to build bridges and cross the Big Data divide
At its European Universe conference last week, data warehousing giant Teradata unveiled a number of enhancements to its core data management offerings. Alongside announcements about the Teradata 15...
Helena Schwenk, MWD Advisors | 17th April
Box's enterprise customers step forward to be counted
Box brought its World Tour to London earlier this month. We were, in part, treated to a re-run of some of the things I wasn't able to tell you about (due to the NDAs in force) at Box's Analyst...
Craig Wentworth, MWD Advisors | 17th April
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