03 novembre 2016

How Will Digitalization Impact Personnel on the Manufacturing Shop Floor?

Mark Humphlett, Director of Industry and Solution Strategy, Infor When the shop floor is operating poorly, the entire enterprise suffers. This is why teams who are setting priorities for digital initiatives should place a high priority on improving shop floor processes first and foremost. Manufacturers are gearing up for change. Personnel throughout the enterprise are bound to be impacted by the digital technologies which are changing processes and re-inventing manufacturing, from the ground up. Nowhere is the impact of... [Lire la suite]
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26 octobre 2016

Place the store in the heart of the customer experience

In recent years, retailers have primarily tied to invest in their eCommerce by adopting innovative web and mobile technologies to make it more relevant and personal to the online customer experience. But with the evolution of consumption and the emergence of a demand for unified experience, so omnicanale, retailers are turning again today to their physical stores trying to evaluate the best way to harness the wealth and potential ... potential pure players have not and they suffer.Indeed, a study presented by userADgents in September... [Lire la suite]
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19 octobre 2016

If you're not planning for IoT, you're already behind

Think your industry or your business won't be impacted by the internet of things? Consider this your wakeup call. Roughly half of the audience informally polled at last month’s CIO 100 event said they had attended an IoT event in the last 12 months. "So what were the other half [of you] doing on the most hyped word on the internet today?" asked Vernon Turner, senior vice president of enterprise systems & fellow for the internet of things at IDC. "Be careful of the internet of things because it may not seem like it, but believe... [Lire la suite]
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12 octobre 2016

Internet of Things- it's all about data

IDC just released the results of its 3rd annual survey of IoT enterprise decision-makers. -- 55% say IoT is strategic to their business -- Industries leading adoption IoT include financial svcs., insurance, retail & manufacturing. -- Lagging sectors include government, healthcare, and utilities. IBM and Microsoft have taken a leading role in almost all IoT segments. By Roger Attick on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/hp/update/6191584881751908352
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22 septembre 2016

What Industry Leaders are Saying About the IIoT

One eye on today, the other on the future  Far more manufacturing executives than not think that the Industrial Internet of Things will provide the path to future success. Far fewer have a good idea of how to get there. Those are just two of the numerous findings from “Transforming Industrial Businesses with the Internet of Things”, a new research study from the Genpact Research Institute and IndustryWeek, in conjunction with GE Digital and the Industrial Internet Consortium. Stick around for the next 11 slides and glean... [Lire la suite]
25 juin 2016

The three ages of digital

Things seem to be changing faster than ever and life feels increasingly complex and fragmented. We could be at peak complexity, but I think that life will, in fact, soon simplify. We are currently mid-phase between two eras: the pre- and post-digital age. It isn’t unusual to think that you have understood “the power of the new” when you haven’t. We thought that the beauty of the MP3 format was its storage capability, when in hindsight it was about streaming every piece of music ever made. We thought that the wonder of the... [Lire la suite]
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06 juin 2016

Interconnectivity and the IoT revolution

A global network of interconnected devices linked to the internet is about to revolutionise the way we live and work today. Interconnectivity changes things. You can control the temperature in your house while sitting in an airport. Your car can update the maps for its navigation system while sitting in your garage. You can monitor the water levels of rivers in Oxfordshire or reservoirs in California from your couch. You can see pollution levels in the biggest cities in China or Europe on your smartphone. These are all examples of... [Lire la suite]
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27 mai 2016

Smart City: When Big Data makes cities smart

Big Data has not finished surprising us, and come to revolutionize the economy by transforming the approach to whole sectors. The flow analysis of massive data in real time, to make concrete decisions, is a major challenge for the cities of tomorrow. According to Philippe Torres, board director and digital strategy at L'Atelier BNP Paribas, and co-author of the study "Big Data, Big Economy", the biggest potential to use the power of Big Data is also in the field Smart City. Will the data to make our cities smarter? Yes, and the... [Lire la suite]
19 mai 2016

IT Departments Launch a Digital SOS

The list of major disruptions induced by digital activities is long. And these disruptions put the company under pressure like never before and make the information control a strategic issue. Expansion of mobile technologies and proliferation of devices; explosion of social networks and behaviors that challenge models where each contact is a moment of truth; development of the Internet-of-Everything; advances in data analysis and artificial intelligence; demands on personalized and contextualized omni-channel experience; adoption of... [Lire la suite]
12 mai 2016

Becoming a Digital Bank

Chief technology officer Mike Murphy discusses Standard Bank’s shift to agile software development and how it has helped improve service delivery and internal processes. Several years ago, Standard Bank, one of South Africa’s largest and oldest financial-services groups, found itself facing significant challenges from digital competitors. These banks were operating at a much lower cost while still offering customers innovative products and engaging experiences. “We felt like we were investing in all the right technologies, but we... [Lire la suite]