The majority of companies that use operational technology systems (OT) or networks, fail to see these as being vulnerable and susceptible to risk, says Nclose.
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One of the best ways to overcome the challenge of finding product differentiation in a highly competitive market is to embrace a data-centric approach, says Kelly Preston, data analytics manager at Silverbridge.
A total of 12.5 billion retail assets will be connected to IOT platforms by 2021, predicts Juniper Research.
The company adds two more firms to its shopping trolley, making its acquisition tally 10 so far this year.
Know thy information, protect thy self.
Application programming interfaces are crucial to business growth in the application economy.
The company has been fined $1.2 billion by the US government for illegally shipping networking equipment to Iran and North Korea.
It's about cost benefits, stupid!
An incredible digital opportunity exists in Africa that will allow it to leapfrog the rest of the world.
Companies are missing the big data boat – it's there for everyone but its potential is being wasted.
Africa has a resource that's not only more disruptive than oil, but is potentially unlimited, writes TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik.
The rate of technology change and the opportunities created are necessitating a new approach to IT strategy, management and investment. Customers need to break free from their traditional mode of operation by looking for ways to increase the pace of innovation and delivering business value. What does the future hold in store for us? How can we us technology to help make it matter?
The widening adoption of cloud computing in the enterprise is spurring the growth of a relatively new role in corporate IT – the service broker. So says Joseph Kim, senior director and GM of HP Propel at HP Software, who notes there are certain services that other service and cloud providers can provide to businesses much more efficiently and cost-effectively than IT. Click here to read the full interview.