How can manufacturers avoid cascading problems on their floor and increase the speed of planning?
If ADSL is making a loss, at least let it make a meaningful loss that challenges SA's data norms.
Forget the old, stoic and immovable ERP: tomorrow's ERPs will be dynamic, smart and follow the user.
The arrival of local Azure data centres shows SITA's commitment to using digital services, says Setumo Mohapi, CEO of SITA.
Post-modern ERPs are flexible, marrying the power of the ERP with its need to ebb and flow with business demands, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.
Distributed data centres are becoming more critical to support day-to-day operations for many companies, says George Senzere, solutions engineering manager at Schneider Electric.
Digital twin technology is a hint of where digital technologies, combined with IOT, can take us, says George Senzere, solutions engineering manager at Schneider Electric.
Enterprise resource planning remains the brains of the business, but it needs intelligence for a new age, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.
The case for adopting a new, post-modern enterprise resource planning solution is, frankly, infallible, says Bernard Ford, CEO of One Channel.
The culture change can start with extracurricular activities like robotics and coding classes, which can be presented to all ages, says Lulu Burger, director of Education at the OnSite Group.
The essence of edge is to move some of the storage and compute to a different site closer to where the data is being generated, says George Senzere, Solutions Engineering Manager at Schneider Electric.
We can't beat the skills challenge without joining forces.
James Francis is ITWeb contributor.