'The overarching goal is to connect all the devices so we can have an overview from birth to trash'
The move appears to be aimed at addressing widespread concerns around the Chinese government's involvement with domestic firms
Organisations must reimagine the benefits of asset performance management, says Kim Custeau of AVEVA
The British Council, a cultural relations organisation reaching across borders, had decades of information, but struggled to access and use it
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Google, database and visualisation luminaries discuss the next stages in data democratisation
IBM joins business groups and academics to urge government to back ￡100m 'International Centre for AI, Energy and Climate'
Proposed centre could support the transition to a net zero economy and improve the competitiveness of the UK's AI sector, coalition says
Clothing retail is in bad shape but Gymshark is fighting fit. The secret? Data, says CDO Gemma Hulbert
A data-driven culture based on self-service analytics has helped the fitness firm stay fast on its feet
Richard Feltham, sales director at Scality, says traditional data storage isn’t designed to handle today’s petabyte-scale, always-on, global cloud, edge-connected world
New research from Computing shows the extent of the data-sharing challenge, as organisations admit plans to share more data with their partners in future despite regulatory and other difficulties
By creating such a logical architecture, data virtualisation enables those fighting Covid-19 to access data quickly and from anywhere
'Top 5' supercomputer features 285,000 processor cores and 10,000 GPUs
Courier firm's data infrastructure overhaul is helping push up standards and drive new opportunities, says head of data services Matt Peckham
Telemetry can open a window on the murky world of fleet vehicle usage, says Total WayKonect
Approach mirrors the growing use of time-of-use energy tariffs and demand response platforms
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Cassandra is an ideal data store for Kubernetes, company says
Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronavirus, say campaigners
The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak should concentrate some people’s minds about the importance of experts, argues Professor Peter Cochrane
'GDPR has a clause excepting work in the overwhelming public interest', says Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock
The deadly virus has already killed more over 6,300 people worldwide
Trade in 'data enabled services' between the UK and EU is valued at more than ￡120 billion
Boris Johnson called on 30 UK tech firms to volunteer their resources to help UK response to COVID-19