Succeeding in Digitalization with the Power of a 5-dimension Digital Maturity Model

Huawei Technologies

Digital transformation remains a hot topic in the communications industry and beyond. However, the lack of a collective company focus or multidimensional integrated effort can lead to wasted time, money and effort. By leveraging a digital maturity model, companies can develop outcome-oriented roadmaps, with measurable achievement milestones. This, combined with professional services capabilities, will help improve customer experience and revenues.
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A White House study published in January of 2018 estimated that malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 20161 . An international report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) revealed that cybercrime cost the world between $445 and $600 billion in 20172 . Unfortunately, the increase in cyber-crime shows no signs of slowing and the  rst half of 2018 is already on a record setting pace for the highest number of cyber-attacks including Cryptojacking, DDoS, Compromised credentials and other types of online fraud.


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How to Quantify ROI for Connected Products: An M2M/IoT Case Study Featuring Diebold

Axeda

M2M can offer companies the ability to provide better service at a lower cost, minimize response time, and maximize the use and reach of their resources. It is imperative for business leaders to understand how to determine ROI through quantifiable metrics and benefits that are created with agreed upon goals across the organization.The bottom line is that M2M can offer companies the ability to provide better service at a lower cost, minimize response time, and maximize the use and reach of their resources. It is imperative for business leaders to understand how to determine ROI through quantifiable metrics and benefits that are created with agreed upon goals across the organization.
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The Internet of Things takes shape

Red Hat

This webinar series explores the phases of readying IoT solutions for enterprise scale and robustness. It combines insights from early adopter research and customer case studies with recommendations on how to streamline IoT solution development.
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Building the Business Case for IoT in Retail

SOFTWARE AG

Building the Business Case for IoT in Retail. With Nikki Baird of RSR and Oliver Guy of SoftwareAG.
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Accelerating Development in IoT & Embedded

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

Internet of Things (IoT) applications are changing the way we live, learn, work, and play. It's also changing the way engineers develop. It's no longer sufficient to have an old-school embedded development environment for a processor family and embedded boards. Today's embedded and IoT systems development spans sensor, device, gateway, and cloud. This dramatically increases the complexity of development, troubleshooting, and fault isolation. A myriad of programming languages are usually involved from embedded assembly and low level C interfaces to scripting languages, XML, RESTful APIs, Java and even the Go programming language. Watch this webcast recording to hear from an expert panel with backgrounds in a range of development and debug tool disciplines as they discuss the changing face of development in today's embedded and IoT age. This webcast was originally broadcast on December 16, 2015.
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Spotlight

A White House study published in January of 2018 estimated that malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109 billion in 20161 . An international report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) revealed that cybercrime cost the world between $445 and $600 billion in 20172 . Unfortunately, the increase in cyber-crime shows no signs of slowing and the  rst half of 2018 is already on a record setting pace for the highest number of cyber-attacks including Cryptojacking, DDoS, Compromised credentials and other types of online fraud.

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