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North Bridge, a growth equity and venture capital firm, in partnership with research analyst firm Wikibon, announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey, which analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis. North Bridge, a growth equity and venture capital firm, in partnership with research analyst firm Wikibon, announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey, which analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis.
Mercedes-Benz are renowned the world over for well-engineered, safe, reliable cars designed to maximise driver experience with style, comfort and easy to use controls.
Their business is underpinned and run by SAP. Whilst more than adequate at helping their business “run better”, the world of SAP sometimes leads to its own nuances and complexities, especially as the database grows. With as many as twenty independent Dev systems supporting a continuous stream of new development projects, one can start to appreciate the Mercedes-Benz need for a slick Test Data Management solution.
Next week I join the Attunity Gold Client team and thousands of SAP professionals from across Europe who will be descending on Barcelona to take part at the SAP TechEd in Spain. Hot on the heels of last month’s SAP TechEd in Las Vegas, Europe’s 2015 host city might not have as many casinos and dancing fountains, but it is filled with quirky art and architecture, and a vibrant Spanish street scene, including tasty Tapas bars and Las Ramblas. This is a tremendous opportunity to share, collaborate, network and gain access to SAP subject matter experts.
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Manufacturing made the US a world power in the 19th Century. Today we share the industrial stage, and experts disagree on our standing.
We’ve all seen enough science fiction, and new gadgets coming to market, to envision the approaching world of smart homes, cars and appliances that can automate our personal lives.
In reality, the Internet of Things (IoT) holds perhaps the greatest potential for corporations.
The concept is not new – telemetry, for example, arose in the 19 th century. But widespread broadband and new narrowband options, increasingly small and cheap sensors, and new machine-to-machine connectivity are creating powerful possibilities for organizations to fine-tune or even revamp their business.