2017 – The year of the Internet of ‘SOME’ Things

By Nassar Hussain, managing director Europe & South Africa, SOTI.

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Propelling legacy systems into real time

Amidst all the talk about connected devices, big data and business intelligence, businesses are being bombarded with the message ‘disrupt or be disrupted’.

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How Agile Technology could be the key to manufacturing prosperity in 2017

By Stuart Hall, Sales Director, Epicor Software UK & Ireland.

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Too many cooks spoil the IoT broth

By Erik Peeters, Managing Director IoT, KPN.

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The Internet of Things: what you need to know about protecting your business from cyber attacks in this constantly evolving sector

Technological advances continue to change the way we do business, opening doors to new possibilities and shaping the worldwide economy. But alongside the silver lining of quicker and easier working methods for companies has come an ominous cloud of threats from cyber criminals prepared to exploit every avenue available to them. MD at PAV i.t. Jason Fry explores the Internet of Things and offers his advice for tackling online fraud.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things will lead to data volumes soaring

How confident would you be of a successful moon landing if the mission was controlled solely by a smartphone? asks Hammer.

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Mobile technology in Factories: A Moveable Feast

With mainstream society being dominated by mobile technology, Rob Dinsmore, industrial IT sales manager at SolutionsPT, looks at how manufacturing has adopted mobility and the benefits it can bring. Recently listed as the most important emerging technology by manufacturing CEOs, the article will look at the latest developments and what major challenges those looking to implement it may face. Whilst plenty of appetite clearly exists for the technology, for some implementation remains a challenge, so we outline the key steps manufacturers must follow to effectively utilise mobility on the factory floor.

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Steven Brown Schneider Electric’s Global Director - Cloud & Service Provider Segment, discusses the current energy crisis, as well as the ongoing climate change challenge, in terms of how the data centre industry needs to leverage electrification as the key part of a Strategise, Digitise, Decarbonise approach - with the ultimate opportunity of creating climate positive data centres as part of a successful Net Zero strategy.
Nick Ewing, Managing Director at EfficiencyIT, explains the thinking behind the company’s launch of the ModularDC range of prefabricated data centre solutions. Fully customisable, highly secure and application specific, the solutions also address the key challenges of supply chain resilience, speed of delivery and sustainability – while the immersive design process harnesses virtual reality (VR) to ensure delivery of truly optimised data centre infrastructure.
Women working in the IT industry share their experiences – covering the opportunities they have had, the challenges they have had to overcome during their careers to date, and offering plenty of constructive thoughts and observations as to what improvements still need to be made when it comes to improving diversity within the workplace.
Max Schulze, Founder of the Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, discusses the activities of the organisation as it works on many initiatives to promote environmental best practice across the data centre and wider IT sectors, optimistic that the scale of the challenge is not beyond the reach of a combination of technology and business innovation.


Siemon explains why high-speed cable assemblies must be considered in the data centre for support of emerging technologies.
Consolidation of technology to reduce the burden on IT, save money, and ultimately find new ways to better support customers, among the key findings in the survey.
The partnership will enable CyberCX to equip its customers with unprecedented visibility over their encrypted network, ensuring they meet both internal and regulatory encryption standards.
European businesses expect digital transformation projects to boost productivity by an average of 38% with overall Return on Investment (ROI) expected in just under five years.