According to a survey commissioned by software and services company Tieto, people in the Nordics think Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do a better job than humans in many roles – even very demanding ones. However, when it comes to utilising AI within healthcare, scepticism is high compared to the experts' assessment. Most people also believe new technology will make it more difficult to get jobs in the future – but very few think their own job is at stake.
Digi International has been named an Advanced tier Technology Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) and has achieved AWS IoT Competency status. Digi will offer proven products integrated with AWS IoT edge services such as AWS IoT and AWS Greengrass. This integration enables customers to easily and securely connect edge devices with cloud applications through AWS IoT.
Lenovo makes it simpler for enterprises to accelerate AI initiatives; brings AI (augmented intelligence) innovation center investments to life and builds a community of global experts that enable customers to achieve rapid deployment of their AI workloads with end-to-end solutions.
Dell EMC and technology partners offer new products, solutions and services designed for easier adoption, faster benefits from machine and deep learning.
Despite the rise of high-profile IoT botnet attacks Mirai and Reaper, nearly half of organisations surveyed plan to roll-out IoT deployments on existing enterprise networks.
Report by Wipro Digital and Forum for the Future finds that 98% of business leaders see IoT contributing to sustainable future; but only half are taking action.
Inmarsat and Pessl Instruments join forces to accelerate adoption of smart agriculture solutions.
Line-of-business (LoB) leaders and IT are anxious about IoT/OT security due to concern about negative outcomes of a security breach.
Stora Enso has joined forces with Microsoft to bring cloud-based intelligent packaging solutions to clients globally. Intelligent Packaging by Stora Enso utilizes Microsoft Azure, the leading cloud platform for business digitalization. The global and scalable cloud platform from Microsoft enables reliable and secure data collection and analytics for clients investing in innovative intelligent packaging solutions.
Businesses and consumers support government-mandated IoT security regulations.
A survey of 500 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) from around the world by ServiceNow finds that machine learning has arrived in the enterprise making material contributions to everyday work. To realise its full value, technology leaders must find skilled talent to work side-by-side with machines, in addition to redesigning their organisations and processes.
New research finds two thirds
of agritech businesses will spend
between 10-20 per cent of their IT budget on IoT development by 2022 .
A whopping 80 percent of enterprises are investing today in AI, but one in three business leaders believe their company will need to invest more over the next 36 months to keep pace with competitors.
New “Distributed Core” computing model the basis of IoT strategy.
End-to-end, network-independent security, compliance and reliability.
Seventy-seven percent of IT decision makers say they have prevented more breaches as a result of AI-powered tools; 81 percent see AI detect threats before their security teams.
Increasingly strict health and safety standards are driving the adoption of IoT as the mining sector strives towards Zero Harm.
Acqueon calls for the adoption of connected pill boxes to help the NHS improve patient care and reduce costs.
Hitachi, Ltd. has launched Hitachi Vantara, a new business entity to leverage the broad portfolio of innovation, development and experience from across Hitachi Group companies to deliver data-driven solutions for commercial and industrial enterprises.
B2B can generate nearly 70 percent of potential value enabled by IoT, with 73% of executives either researching or currently deploying IoT.