Tech Insights

By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

For all their disruptive potential — and there’s a lot of it — Industry 4.0, the IoT and smart factories also raise the potential for some very real security concerns.

A Guide To Valuing Equity In SaaS Sales Compensation
By Kerry Bowden, Global Content & Analytics Recruitment Director, Adaptive Business Group

Commissions and bonuses aren’t the only way sales people earn serious money in the software industry - with so many new market entrants launching in the SaaS space, many companies offer some form of equity as a way to attract top talent.

By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

The textiles industry is one of the oldest in the world, with some research indicating it could even date back as far as the Paleolithic era. We've come a long way from handwoven cotton and hand-dyed textiles — so far, in fact, that these things are considered luxuries.

TV Tech Trends to Expect in 2019 and in the Future
By Karoline Gore

Finally 4K TVs are about to lose the spotlight to 8K televisions, which manufacturers will start shipping later this year, according to Steve Koenig, the vice president of the Consumer Technology Association.

By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

IoT and connected technologies allow for more robust streams of data, which in turn offers detailed information about day-to-day operations in the enterprise world.The real benefit earned through these innovative technologies is the opportunity to leverage real-time data.

Are You Optimizing Your Warehouse Weighing Systems?
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

Speed and accuracy is the name of the game when it comes to weighing raw materials and freight in a warehouse setting. How do you achieve both, though? It's not impossible, but it will require some clever optimization and the right equipment for the job at hand.

Tips for Optimizing Your Service Parts Supply Chain
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

Service parts supply chains serve an integral role in nearly every industry. You're responsible for shaping, forming and assembling the individual components of a product so they can be shipped out and assembled elsewhere.

Should Your Business Lease or Own Construction Equipment?
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

It's not a secret any longer that infrastructure far and wide needs a lot of attention. Even beyond public works, the future looks ripe with opportunity for construction companies that are ready to capitalize on it.

Business Benefits of Getting Six Sigma Certified
By Megan R. Nichols, Freelance Technical Writer

Six Sigma certifications have been around for more than 30 years, first being put into practice by Motorola in 1986.

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By Emiliano Del Fiume, Client Executive, Unisys

Organisations are concerned about risks of 'vendor lock-in'. Fears are rooted in mainframe era when capex on a specific technology usually drove customers to marry one supplier for...

Vít Nohejl
By Vít Nohejl, Cloud Solution Consultant, Oracle

The infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market in CZE is booming, but it’s not always easy to understand. The IaaS: What You Need to Know article series will provide important information...

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By Mike Lee, Global Leader, Wealth & Asset Management, EY

Data is a subject that is top of mind for most organizations right now. It not only comes up in most of my client meetings, but also in conversations about sports, travel, health and numerous...

By Kunal Kislay, Co-founder and CEO, Integration Wizards

The buzzword for any industry is ‘digital transformation’ andbusiness intelligence tools have become essential in decision-making across the operational spectrum.

By Herman Scheepers, Senior Technologist and Data Scientist, IS3

In this article I would like to explore new opportunities for value, innovation, and disruption driven by information and AI in the domain of asset performance management, and how this may play out in the context of risk management...

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By Herman Scheepers, Senior Technologist and Data Scientist, IS3

There is no greater maxim than speed is decisive in war. However, cyber warfare today is a mostly manual process. Humans scour code to find vulnerabilities and fix problems with patches. Humans evaluate whether...

Falgun H.Chokshi
By Falgun H. Chokshi, Founder, FalgunChokshi

The following is part of a article I wrote before about vetting AI start-up companies. If you like it, please "clap" for article on Medium and share...

By Arvind Ravichandran, Associate Software Engineer, Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions

If you guys have read my previous article, I would have emphasized on the term IPSR, the most essential...

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