Promising visionary speakers that will highlight how data-driven strategies are transforming industries, predicting the future, and safeguarding society and the environment, Hitachi’s three-day virtual forum looks set to be spectacular.
CHANNEL NEWS: EVANPOYNT has announced a compelling partnership with Stylumia Intelligence Technology (Stylumia) to market their differentiated AI driven retail solutions exclusively within Australia and New Zealand.
Frost & Sullivan unveils its newest report, the "Future of User Interfaces Shaping New Consumer Experiences", which "finds that user interface (UI) technologies have moved beyond the concept of simply representing machines to their users to enabling sophisticated and personalised interaction."
The cloud computing market has witnessed impressive growth in recent years, with billions of private and business users taking advantage of the on-demand technology.
New analysis suggests "remote working and distance learning amid an ongoing pandemic" is seeing continued increasing global demand for PCs. After a sharp fall in the first quarter of 2020, global PC shipments have grown by the end of the last year, however, not all market segments have performed the same amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Over the past few years, IoT has become one of the most important technologies globally, allowing seamless communication between people, processes, and things.
With Apple's M1 processor powering Apple's next-gen Macs and teaching Intel an even bigger and harsher lesson that AMD has been teaching it the past few years, an analyst has predicted a huge jump for Apple sales in 2020 - and 17.1 million in 2021.
The global smart meter market is estimated to reach US$10.4 billion by 2022, driven by rising emissions, domestic energy resource constraints, ageing infrastructure and the growing demand and cost of electricity.
Accounting software provider Jazoodle has been busy, with lots of exciting enhancements promised in an email update to its customers, from simplified pricing, to pending MYOB and Quickbooks compatibility.
Using cognitive machine learning, Progress boasts its DataRPM not only delivers the industry's "first Industrial IoT self-service option", but also achieves "faster time-to-insight, improved uptime, quality, yield and maintenance of industrial assets".
Linux vendor SUSE outlined the key trends it sees for software in 2018, with open source and containers leading the way.
Disaster recovery and business continuity software vendor Zerto says the move to the cloud will only increase in 2018, but security and resilience should not be forgotten.
With tremendous technological advances comes, unfortunately, those seeking to exploit others and the continual battle for business, government and individual to keep ahead. Cyber security software company Forcepoint spoke to iTWire about its security predictions for 2018.
Global professional services company Avanade Technology has released its predictions for what it says would be big news in tech in 2018, ready to revolutionise Australian business.
The analytical gurus at Juniper Research say that ‘space rental and ride-sharing’ are set to drive the ‘sharing economy,’ with Airbnb to surpass Uber.
UBS aren’t noobs or newbies, but when it comes to claiming lackluster interest in an Apple product, is this the same OldBS as usual?
As happens every year, Telstra predicts festive mobile traffic on its network will go off the charts, with data expected to be 30% higher than last Christmas, among other predictions.
According to a report from analysts IDC, 2010 will kick off a five-year stretch of double-digit growth worldwide.
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