Siemens Corporate Shared Services
Global Neuroscience Market 2019 Doric Lenses Inc, GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers
The report on the Global Neuroscience Market offers complete data on the Neuroscience market. Components, for example, main players, analysis, size, situation of the business, SWOT analysis, and best patterns in the market are included in the report. In addition to this, the report sports numbers, tables, and charts that offer a clear viewpoint of the Neuroscience market.
Siemens Corporate Shared Services
Siemens to Spin Off Gas and Power Division, Merge It With Wind Turbine Supplier SGRE
The German industrial giant will separate its energy division, while betting the future on its Digital Industries and Smart Infrastructure businesses.
A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM
When does free technology become worth $10 trillion? When the company is Red Hat Inc. and its open-source software and applications running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux contribute to $10 trillion worth of global business revenues this year.
Frost And Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan Reveals Top Internet of Things Platforms Poised for Growth
Access the complimentary tracking solution that identifies top 29 companies with true platform capabilities across multiple verticals and IoT applications
Wipro, R3 Build Blockchain-Based Solution For Thailand
Wipro Limited in partnership with New York’s R3, the enterprise blockchain software firm, has developed a blockchain-based solution prototype to enable digital currency for interbank settlements for a consortium consisting of the Bank of Thailand and eight commercial banks in Thailand.
Fintechs Founded by Women Are Better Investments, KPMG Finds
Fintech firms with female founders are better investments. That’s the conclusion from KPMG, which surveyed 91 financial-technology companies in the U.K., including nine where at least one founder was a woman.
Do stakeholders have confidence in your cyber security?
We believe cyber security and data privacy are issues that need support at board level and are not to be outsourced solely to IT teams.
15 Tech Experts Predict The Next Big Topics In Encryption And Cybersecurity
As businesses continue to digitize data and operations and consumers add more and more tech to their homes, encryption and cybersecurity are hotter topics now than they’ve ever been.
Integrating IoT Devices to Help First Responders Save Lives
Cities that adopt IoT tech could reap big benefits. A network of connected sensors and devices can reduce the severity of accidents or eliminate them entirely, like smart cars that intelligently avoid impacting one another.
Enterprise Personal Analytics: The Solution to Lagging Productivity?
Personal analytics is just the latest software to make the transition from the consumer world into the workplace.
PA Consulting attracts ING’s head of innovation as a new partner, as it continues to enhance its innovation capability
Hugo Raaijmakers has joined global innovation and transformation consultancy PA Consulting (PA) as a partner based in Utrecht, The Netherlands. He joins the firm’s Innovation Services Group and will focus on further developing PA’s world class expertise in innovation and transformation.
The digital difference in what clients say is important to them
In our annual survey of clients, we asked them to tell us how much of their job is about digitising their function or organisation to see if there are any differences between those with digital responsibilities and those without, writes Alison Huntington of Source Global Research.
Building the Retail Superstar
A Capgemini report reveals AI’s 340 billion-dollar-saving potential for retail operations.
ThoughtWorks releases their Technology Radar report:
What trending technologies should you adopt and what should you avoid? The bi-annual Technology Radar reveals what the experts in their field think is on the climb and what they caution against. What techniques, tools, platforms, languages and frameworks are on the list?
UK economy to slip to seventh biggest in world in 2019 - PwC
(Reuters) - Britain risks slipping from being the world's fifth-biggest economy to its seventh-largest next year, when it is due to leave the European Union, with France and India on course to overtake it, accountancy firm PwC said.
Microsoft’s security chief explains why the company is eliminating passwords
Microsoft is one of the most-attacked companies in the world. But Arsenault said the lessons he’s learned from NotPetya and the other 6.5 trillion incidents the company sees each year can be used by businesses with much smaller profiles, and even by individuals. The biggest one: Get beyond passwords.
Siemens signs roadmap agreement to rebuild Iraq’s power sector
German conglomerate Siemens has announced the signing of agreement with the Iraq Ministry of Electricity for implementation of the roadmap to rebuild the Iraq's power sector.
Microsoft Advertising is no longer just chasing parity with Google Ads – it’s building unique ads features
3D ads and a host of ad extensions are among the features Microsoft Advertising is testing.
Wood Mackenzie Ltd
Storage: The Energy Transition's Flexible Friend
Is storage the Holy Grail of the energy transition? Maybe. Certainly, a critical missing link in the quest for decarbonization. If intermittent solar and wind generation can be complemented by competitively priced storage, the power sector can rid itself of its dependency on fossil fuels.
PwC opens Cyber Security Experience Centre in Israel – Modern Diplomacy
PwC has opened a global Cyber Security Experience Centre in Be’er Sheva, Israel, dedicated to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) & Operations Technology Security.