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Opportunity growing in cyber-physical system market
The market for systems that monitor and control mechanical devices will more than double in the next 10 years with security a priority.
How Zinier aims to bring automation to the field service industry
“ISAC's AI and automation capabilities will help us manage infrastructure and work more proactively."
WaveTech Global acquires Power Analytics
Global energy management company WaveTech Global has officially closed its purchase of specific assets belonging to Power Analytics, a real-time power modelling simulation and management software provider.
SingularityNET CEO discusses the future of AI
"In my view, AI will eliminate essentially all need for humans to do practical work."
Why Australian employees are unafraid of automation
Australian workers are comfortable with reskilling in order to work alongside the digital workforce.
Re-Leased Software to invest in Hawke's Bay ahead of US expansion
“Re-Leased’s Homegrown Talent Activation plans represent a multi-million dollar investment in new, well-paid, high-tech jobs."
How Virtustream enabled FMC to modernise its global IT operations
As a result of transforming its IT operations, migrating mission-critical applications to the cloud and implementing a new SAP S/4HANA environment, FMC expects to realise significant cost and time savings.
Brennan IT namedrops new clients for its MSP services
CEO Stephen Sims says enterprises have been underserviced by Tier-1 service providers for too long.
Why businesses must embrace automation to ensure success
“For many younger workers, the traditional view of a steady job at one company, perhaps for life, simply doesn’t reflect reality."
Don’t fear the robot: How to overcome automation anxiety
"Automation anxiety stems from a deeper fear of not being able to fulfil your purpose."
LogRhythm launches solution to address network-borne threats
“Security teams are often understaffed, overwhelmed by false positives and lack the necessary network visibility.”
Dimension Data makes upgrades to managed services platform
The services provider has invested in upgrading its platform to keep on top of the evolving IT demands of organisations.
Opinion: CEOs might ponder… is there no IT anymore?
Gartner's Mark Raskino debates whether it could be the end of the term 'IT', with future dictionaries noting it as an ancient term.
How DJI aims to enable enterprise level drone operations
DJI FlightHub software enables organisations to manage all aspects of their commercial drone operations from a single platform.
Automation beginning to impact Aussie workforce
18% of those surveyed said automation has already impacted their job ‘significantly’, with their duties changing or their role becoming redundant.
How automation can eliminate financial errors
Nearly all C-level respondents agreed that if inaccuracies in financial data were not identified prior to reporting, the impact would be negative.
How Renesas aims to simplify building automation
“With the trend toward energy efficiency and green design of commercial buildings, the challenge of renovating existing facilities is growing."
Why the IT service integration market is becoming highly automated
"The SIAM market is not large, but it is one of the fundamental pillars of every digital transformation strategy."
BMC adds IBM Cloud, Watson to Helix solution
BMC Helix with IBM Watson delivers cognitive insights across structured and unstructured federated knowledgebases.
Exclusive: The impact of digitalisation and automation on the retail industry
"Digitalisation has certainly made shopping much more efficient and enjoyable for consumers, but the flipside of this is that there’s an increasing demand for businesses to differentiate themselves."
What industry 4.0 means for manufacturing businesses
The industrial control and factory automation market is expected to grow from US$160 billion in 2018 to US$269 billion by 2024.
How Red Hat aims to update infrastructure control and automation
The latest version of Red Hat CloudForms aims to help enable unified and consistent management across on-premises and virtual resources.
Exclusive: The bumpy road to business automation
"Depending on the scale of the AI systems you’re implementing, you may have to plan for a culture shift."
New Kiwi company aims for mid-market with RPA and AI
With an emphasis on blending the two technologies to maximise returns for local mid-market companies, it helps them take the robot out of the human.