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Catherine Gull, Head of Private Network Sales at Cellnex UK, explains why enterprises should look to private networks to unlock digital transformation in the workplace, facilitating the fourth industrial revolution and opening up a world of new possibilities in a fast-moving digital era.
When you’re responsible for feeding the nation, there’s no time to lose. Every farm has a tight schedule to maintain and it’s a race against time to ensure that the crops are sown, grown and harvested effectively. No farmer has 20-20 foresight and no existing system is 100% efficient. That’s why the future of farming is digital, with connected tractors part of the new way of getting more value from farming manpower.
By Jonathan Henry, UK&I MD, John Deere.
The promise of the IoT market has been growing for the last 15 years, with many market analysts predicting that we would reach 50 billion devices by the magic year 2020. Now that we’ve arrived there, the reality is a little more conservative (we’re about 41 billion devices short of the forecast). Has IoT failed to live up to its promise? No, but the industry is evolving in a radically different direction to the one predicted a decade and a half ago…
By Libelium founder Alicia Asin.
Gartner predicted in 2017 that there will be 20 billion connected things online by 2020. Since that prediction, we’ve seen the adoption of IoT technology meet and surpass the predictor’s expectations. The number of companies that will invest in IoT will continue to expand rapidly due to technological advancements producing sensors that are smaller, cheaper and more effective.
By Simon Spring, Account Director EMEA, at WhereScape.
David Tattam, Chief Research and Content Officer and Co-Founder, Protecht, discusses the company’s mission ‘to redefine the way the world thinks about risk’, with some engaging and informative insights as to how organisations can develop and grow an effective, dynamic risk management framework, with the people-related aspect – culture and conduct – at its core.
Jimmy Tam, CEO of Peer Software, discusses the need for modern file management and orchestration solutions to be able to meet today’s digital data demands. He explains the essential technology components of an active/active high availability system and the benefits it provides end users.
John Wilson, Senior Fellow, Threat Research at Fortra, discusses the company’s recent 2023 report on Business Email Compromise (BEC) Trends, warning of the dangers of email impersonation, payment interception, phishing and hybrid vishing, before going on to explain how businesses can optimise their email security through considered use of technology, training and processes.
Lori MacVittie, F5 Distinguished Engineer, discusses the findings of the company’s inaugural Digital Maturity Index, which looks at the ways in which organisations have, or have not as yet, embraced the technologies and processes required to implement a successful digital transformation strategy. The Index identifies doers, dabblers and dawdlers, at varying stages of their digital journeys, identifying what distinguishes each group, but also some common challenges which still remain.
Macquarie Capital as lead investor and Flemish investment company PMV and infrastructure fund EPICo² , have become majority investors into KevlinX, a pan-European data centre platform that has now commenced construction of its first data centre in Brussels, Belgium.