Combining machine learning with IoT

Forrester advises CIOs to leverage machine learning to turn the tsunami of data obtained in Internet of Things (IoT) deployments into actionable insights. 

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Digitisation of nature: Opportunities, risks

Studies show some 700 000 people die every year because of antimicrobial resistance. By 2050, this could grow to 10 million deaths and cost the global economy as much as $100 trillion. Can digitisation be a solution?

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Smart technology builds smart businesses

Delivering valuable, viable internal communications drives business success: Analytics company Gallup has found that actively disengaged employees cost the US up to $605 billion each year in lost productivity.

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DHL bucks trend, leads in logistics innovation

“The logistics industry is 1 000 years old, and has seen many changes,” says Dr Markus Vos, CIO of DHL. “But this industry is ripe for a bigger change now — and the venture capitalists agree."

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Apps are the future of car rental

The entire car-rental experience will change: Customers queuing for service at a car-rental counter, then painstakingly selecting options from a checklist is on its way out.

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Britehouse App records The Longest Hole

Britehouse, a division of Dimension Data, has created a bold, agile application that will be used to track, keep score, and record images for a World Record attempt at The Longest Hole Mongolia Adventure.

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Australia to lead charge in battery storage

“The coupling of renewable energy with large scale battery storage is a fundamental requirement for an affordable, reliable and sustainable energy future for Australia,” said Dr Alex Wonhas of Aurecon.

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Valter Adão: Be agile or be left behind . . .

Competitors are no longer the traditional large, local or multinational corporates - they're agile organisations and entrepreneurs often from other industries that are embracing new and exponential technologies to disrupt long-standing norms and leaders.

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ICT spend to reach $5,5-trillion by 2020

New technologies - or “Innovation Accelerators” - will provide almost $7,4-trillion in aggregate industry revenue from 2015-2020, adding $1,8-trillion to the overall size of the industry in terms of annual sales by the end of the forecast period.

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Maybe you can get everything you want …

Think back to the last time you picked out a laptop computer: did you get everything you wanted?

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