By Gary Turner, UK co-founder and MD at Xero.
When does artificial intelligence trump traditional customer service?
By Keith Bromley, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, Ixia.
By Darren Watkins, managing director for VIRTUS Data Centres.
By Tony Judd, Managing Director, Enterprise EMEA at Verizon.
By Maya Canetti, Director of Products at Allot Communications.
By Hakan Ekmen, Chief Executive, P3 communications GmbH.
By Alastair Hartrup, Global CEO of Network Critical.
By Stephanie Augier, European Lead for Analytics for Manufacturers, IRI.
By Isaac Daniel, Founder and CEO of Macate.
Internet of Things (IoT) is arguably set to be the biggest driver of
productivity and growth in the next decade, with Accenture estimating
IoT could add $14.2 trillion to the global economy by 2030. But despite
the hype and excitement, right now we seem to be a very long way from
realising that vision, especially in the UK.
From network costs that are simply too expensive to sensors created by
innovative, but small, startups, IoT at scale has simply not been
achieved. The question many organisations are beginning to ask is: can
IoT really deliver out of the lab, in the real
Nick Sacke, Head of IoT and Products at Comms365 believes IoT is on the cusp of mass deployment, as organisations leverage Lower Powered Wide Area Networking (LPWAN) and new IoT as a Service deployment models to achieve fast, minimal risk, low cost innovation.
By Jon Morley, Service Delivery Manager of Littlefish, the managed IT services company.
By Gaurav Kataria, CIO, Cyient.
By Mirko Brandner, Technical Manager, Arxan Technologies.
By Patrick Vernon, technology writer.