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Asolvi acquires UK service management software provider, Vantage Computing

Asolvi acquires UK service management software provider, Vantage Computing

Asolvi, the European provider of service management software for small and medium-sized enterprises in the European field service industry, has acquired Vantage Computing, developer of service management solutions.

Industry pessimism could delay digital transformation and restrict growth across the manufacturing sector

Industry pessimism could delay digital transformation and restrict growth across the manufacturing sector

A decline in business optimism caused by economic uncertainty and Brexit confusion is holding back manufacturers from investing in vital technology improvements, and this could seriously impact future growth across the sector.

Greater security in manufacturing IT

Greater security in manufacturing IT

By Paresh Kansara, Rittal’s Product Manager for Industrial & Outdoor Enclosures.

Rittal’s teams work closely with leading industrial companies to create IT infrastructures for use with Industry 4.0 technology, including edge computing platforms. We’ve put together the following tips to help companies implement fast-deploying and secure IT for production environments.

Cloud Distribution signs with Securonix for next-gen SIEM & user behaviour analytics (UEBA) partner opportunity

Cloud Distribution signs with Securonix for next-gen SIEM & user behaviour analytics (UEBA) partner opportunity

The “Cloud First” Next-generation value added distributor (VAD) Cloud Distribution, specialists in Cyber Security, Networking and Data Protection Solutions has partnered with Securonix to give resellers a new opportunity with the most visionary Next-Gen SIEM and UEBA platform, in a rapidly advancing space.

The Reality of Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing conference hosted by Siemens & Partners

The Reality of Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing conference hosted by Siemens & Partners

Siemens and partners, GEA and Perceptive Engineering, are hosting a three-day conference, ‘The Reality of Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing’ to examine the latest thinking around continuous manufacturing (CM) technologies for pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Manufacturers hit by £2.12bn security testing bill

Manufacturers hit by £2.12bn security testing bill

The shockingly high cost of protecting against cyberattacks has been revealed, with the manufacturing industry forking out around £2.12bn annually to combat the growing threat of data breaches and system outages.

The digital skills revolution

The digital skills revolution

As technology transforms manufacturing, UK companies face an urgent need to reskill their employees. That calls for new approaches to training and development. In the coming years, we expect the pace of change to accelerate, as companies adopt new, digitally-enabled approaches across their operations.

Skills and knowledge gap is biggest barrier to machine learning uptake, Cloudera report reveals

Skills and knowledge gap is biggest barrier to machine learning uptake, Cloudera report reveals

Nearly 9 in 10 (87%) companies in Europe have implemented machine learning (ML) technology or plan to do so by 2020, a new study has revealed. The conclusions reached in Finding the Business Potential in Machine Learning show that ML is second only to analytics as the key investment priority for businesses and ahead of other disciplines like IoT, artificial intelligence and data science.

Manufacturing: The surprising leader in the global datasphere – new IDC research

Manufacturing: The surprising leader in the global datasphere – new IDC research

The global datasphere¹ could grow to 175 zettabytes by 2025, and industries such as Financial Services, Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Media and Entertainment are helping to define this new era of data growth.

Adobe invests £63.5 million in booming UK creative sector

Adobe invests £63.5 million in booming UK creative sector

US-based software giant Adobe has announced a £63.5m investment in its UK operations with commitment to grow its workforce by over 20 per cent over the next three years.

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