A massive change in how organisations identify, procure, and implement software solutions is observed by Atle Skjekkeland, senior Vice President at AIMM. He claims that Cloud computing has made it a lot easier to adopt new technology, and now allows business leaders, rather than the IT experts, to take over the IT buying decisions.
CodeClan reached a double century milestone after placing its 100th student into a digital role in Scotland alongside the 100 employers now making up Scotland's CodeClan’s employer community.These milestones are significant for CodeClan, especially in light of recent digital skills reports which reveal that more businesses are looking to local hire, and that software and mobile development remain the most in-demand skills by employers.
"The Register" comments “Don't say you weren't warned: Miele went full on with IoHDT (Internet-of-Things with a network-connected) dishwasher, gave it a web server, and now finds itself on the wrong end of a security bug report – and it's accused of ignoring the warning.
The Centres will give academics and industry access to powerful computers to support research in engineering and physical sciences, and will officially be launched on Thursday 30 March at the Thinktank science museum, Birmingham. Funded by £20 million from the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) the centres around the UK, locate at the Universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Exeter, and Oxford, Loughborough, and UCL.
“The launch bottleneck is causing issues,” says Craig Clark, Clyde Space CEO. "Many companies were unable to send their satellites into orbit in 2016 due to multiple launch delays. As a result, firms were unable to generate data and revenue. We would have seen faster growth.
University of Bristol and Université Libre de Bruxelles have theoretically shown how to write programs for random circuitry in quantum computers. This breakthrough, published in “New Journal of Physics,” is based on the work of the first author, Dr Nick Russell, who tragically lost his life in a climbing accident last year.
Researchers in Kaiserslautern, Dr. Thomas Kuhn and Fraunhofer IESE (Institute Experimental Software Engineering) Matthias Jung, develop a new simulation process to verify that combinations of hardware and software systems actually function correctly together.
Google’s new version of its Chrome Web browser is its bid to get a foothold in a market dominated by Microsoft Corp.The new Chrome represents the first major update of software aimed at the general public since Google entered the browser business six months ago.
Software firm Ideagen is delighted to announce it has launched Ideagen Coruson – a definitive and visionary re-brand of its enterprise safety management and incident reporting software. Gael Enlighten a cloud-based software application used by some of the world’s leading brands as Virgin Trains, Telefonica and Haeco Group, will now be known as Ideagen Coruson from the 22nd February 2017.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) became law just under a year ago. In a year from now, the Information Commissioner's Office starts to enforce it. DataIQ is now benchmarking how companies are preparing for GDPR compliance across the four key areas of permission, profiling, protection and personal.
CodeClan, the UK’s first accredited digital skills academy, is offering employers access to a fresh source of digital talent in the west as its Glasgow courses get off to a flying start. The academy has seen a great take-up for its first 16-week software development course and applications are flooding in from those keen to secure their place on cohorts two and three, which are due to begin later this year.
Blue Medora has an informal approach with its cadre of young programmers who huddle to work on the latest developments in the company's software programs that monitors big databases. "I think we've started a company that gives them a West Coast experience here in West Michigan," says CEO Nathan Owen, who co-founded Blue Medora in 2007 and now oversees a staff of more than 100 programmers, sales and marketing employees from his office. With excellent timing, Who Poached Who has created an amazing Infographic complete with embedding instructions!
Semispheres is a meditative parallel puzzle game that places dual realities at the heart of its challenge. Its unique single-player split-screen mechanic challenges your brain by putting you in control of two characters at the same time. Your left and right side must work together to unfold the mystery by solving clever puzzles in an entrancing ambience. Using portals and other abilities to avoid sentries, devise and execute your plan, reuniting the parallel worlds of Semispheres.
German company Jenoptik has acquired all shares in Essa Technology (Domestic and Commercial Security Limited) which has provided security and automatic number plate recognition systems for more than 30 years. The transaction was completed on January 19, 2017.
What is dubbed an amazing technology event takes place at London’s Roof Gardens next month could be really relevant for hightech watchers. The free event, Cloud UK Live, will see the biggest names in tech coming together to help businesses understand how cloud technology can benefit them and what they must consider if they are to avoid being left behind by the competition.
A white paper by Critical Manufacturing, Manufacturing Software for Industry 4.0 - "Embracing Change and Decentralization," has been awarded MESA’s Smart Story Award, demonstrating that technology may be considered a major challenge in achieving Industry 4.0 vision.
A security system is being developed that analyses the user's brainwaves. The system then determines whether the user is in a fit mental state and grants them access to resources only if appropriate. Such a system might be used to control entry to a building, access to computer resources or even the withdrawal of money from an automated teller machine. It could also have applications in the military, electronic learning, and healthcare, according to research published in the "International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms."
For many, Excel is the go-to analysis tool of choice. However, to find real insight from your data, spreadsheets simply won’t provide you with the answers you seek. In today’s data-driven world the real data wins are found in visual analysis.
Corporations with dense and homogenous internal networks are unlikely to make good use of external knowledge. When networks are more open and workers fill the gaps of their networks by talking to people with different skills, patents production increases
Cyber is a hot issue at the moment, regardless of weather, and the Chancellor has recently set aside £1.9 billion for his new national cyber security strategy for UK's first National College of Cyber Security. This fittingly is set to open at historic Bletchley Park, integral in cracking the Nazi Enigma code thanks to the creative brilliance of Alan Turing. The current development follows a range of recent hacks from San Francisco’s light rail system, throughTesco Bank and to the hacking of recruitment passwords at Michael Page, (below right). He levels the finger of blame at CapGemini's insecurity, with a development server being left online!
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