Employers today need to understand how they can meet employees’ expectations of what they want in a job in order to retain them, especially in an increasingly hybrid workforce-dominated environment.
Connexin Live is returning to Hull in May 2022, bringing together industry leaders to demonstrate how smart technologies are changing the world. The event, hosted by Hull-based smart technology and IoT provider Connexin, is back for its third year and will take place on Thursday 26th May 2022 at Doubletree by Hilton, Hull.
Inmarsat has launched a new IoT spectrum leasing service for satellite IoT start-ups and organizations providing IoT solutions over satellite. The IoT Leasing service provides IoT solution providers with the ability to build flexible, virtual satellite networks harnessing Inmarsat’s ELERA global L-band network, the leading satellite network for the internet of things.
Plaid, the open finance data network, and payments platform have appointed Ripsy Bandourian as its first Head of Europe as it continues to rapidly expand across the continent. Based in Amsterdam, Ripsy will lead the business strategy and operations for Plaid’s Europe arm as it moves into its next stage of growth.
Finastra announced a Banking as a Service (BaaS) collaboration with Microsoft to bring new lending options to thousands of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
According to analyst Gartner, customers expect companies to accelerate digital initiatives due to COVID-19 and all industries are experiencing widespread digitisation. In turn, this is accelerating the adoption of thousands of new APIs.
Remote work could enable over 13 million Brits* to seize the opportunity to live and work outside the major cities, helping to spread economic opportunity across the UK, according to research released today by ClickUp, the all-in-one productivity platform.
We tend to worship great business leaders, but there are thousands of innovators whose ideas — from tiny features to complicated algorithms — have made our lives easier, healthier, safer, and more convenient. Meet Hidden Heroes, a new publication designed to tell their stories and pay them the tribute they deserve.
In 2022, bolstering customer and employee experiences should be a priority for every business. To understand why we need to examine the transformations work has gone through over the past two years. In March 2020, we saw a mass move to new ways of working that finally banished the myth that remote work meant low productivity or poor collaboration. Instead, armed with the right technology, for knowledge workers, new possibilities were opened up.
We spoke to Lara Moloney, Head of S5GConnect at The Scotland 5G Centre, about the use and implementation of 5G. Lara Moloney has had an extensive career in the smart city sector and was previously a Director and Chief Operating Officer for an independent publishing company -meaning she has experienced all areas of rapid business expansion and implementation.
The benefits of digital twins are set to have a profound impact on a range of industries. They can help real estate agents in the process of buying and selling houses, by providing immersive, dimensionally accurate walkthroughs of properties to prospective buyers. This gives them a real sense of what it would be like to live there. Or in the travel and hospitality sector, hotels can better market the rooms they have to offer with digital twins, allowing consumers to check out a hotel, before they check in. The potential for the creation of digital twins is seismic – Matterport research has shown that there are over four billion buildings, comprising 20 billion spaces in the world.
By uniting physical and digital technologies, Industry 4.0 promises a transformation in how we lead our lives. It offers both an opportunity and a challenge to industries, and a world of innovation that will benefit consumers. In this article, Ralf Gladis, CEO at the global payment service provider, Computop looks at the impact of the fourth industrial revolution on the world of payments.
Tech Mahindra, a leading provider of digital transformation, consulting, and business re-engineering services and solutions, today announced the launch of TechMVerse, its Metaverse practice to deliver interactive and immersive experiences in the Metaverse for its customers.
These days it is almost a given that if you want to run a successful business (of any size), you need an internet connection that can give you increased data speeds along with reliability and dependable performance. Organisations generate massive amounts of data, they are much busier in the cloud and an increasingly remote workforce needs to be addressed. Currently, it is not always clear what you are paying for. Which technology is actually “fast” and which is “fibre”? What is it that your organisation actually needs?
There is no ‘one size fits all’ connectivity approach, which Nick Sacke, Head of IoT and Products at Comms365 outlines. Below, he outlines the key factors that businesses must consider and the crucial questions that must be asked ahead of an IoT production rollout, while emphasising the clear need to use a blended strategy for network connectivity.
Private 5G networks and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) signal a new era in connectivity. They allow businesses access to high bandwidth, ultra-low latency and high reliability. This makes high-speed operations like smart manufacturing, next-generation logistics and self-driving vehicles possible.
There is no question that 5G will become central to how businesses and societies operate in the future, with the shift being likened to moving from a typewriter to a computer. With the combination of both 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), we will see a huge number of business applications brought to life.
While the 5G rollout symbolizes a move towards the future, there are still millions of IoT equipment relying on 2G and 3G networks today. With networks set to close as soon as 2023 and other providers saying nothing at all, the industry needs clarity. Sutha Siva, CEO of OV, explores why.
We’ve had the opportunity to meet Paul Miller, the Chief Technology Officer at Wind River, dedicated to “can’t fail” technologies in the age of software-defined everything.
Every year Cannes held an international technological event called World Artificial Intelligence Cannes Festival, better known by its acronym WAICF. One of the most luxurious cities around the world, located on the French Riviera and host of the annual Cannes Film Festival, Midem, and Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.