Showing posts from November 15, 2016

Successful digital transformation requires both technological and cultural change

From the productivity and flexibility stakes to performance assets, companies across the world are increasingly aware that, successful digital transformation requires both technological and cultural change. BusinessiQ can help enterprises to drive business performance throughout every phase of their digital transformation journey
Its capabilities for monitoring, managing and enhancing awareness into the real-time business health, performance of enterprise applications and customer journey experiences are interesting.

The new generation of the Internet of Things (IoT) Sensor Plaform for Smart Cities

At the core of stakes, we have accuracy in noise level and air quality pollution sensors with the aim to improve control on environmental emissions and sound pollution to combat climate change and to reduce the impact in citizens health.
In effect, Libelium launches new worldwide certified sensors according to the last legislation requirements. Based on the reality that, traffic noise and air pollution together represent the most important environmental risk factors in urbanized societies, Libelium has improved its sensors design according to regulations of noise and environmental control
I can observe that, a new set of factory-calibrated gas sensors allows to calculate the AQI (Air Quality Index) following international worldwide directives, measuring CO, NO, NO2, SO2 and dust/particle matter (PM1/PM2.5/PM10). This new generation of gas sensors can offer extra accuracy detecting variations as small as 0.1 ppm in many cases. The new sound level sensor can be placed outdoors as it incl…

Tablets have become a business computing device

Modern companies are also transforming their workplace with slate or detachable devices for enhanced productivity and flexibility. Tablet adoption continues to expand in terms of users and new usage scenarios
In effect, from highly mobile employees using detachable devices to perform productivity tasks no matter where they are, to customer-facing staff using tablets to take customers' orders or their esignatures, tablets have become a business computing device.

Tablets are among the top IT spending priorities for 2017 in European enterprises

It is very exciting to observe that, that tablets are part and parcel of the mobility strategy of 60% of many companies across the world. 
In effect, increasingly companies are planning to purchase slate or detachable devices in the short term, contributing to a significant increase in tablet penetration over the next three years. According to International Data Corporation's (IDC) latest study, tablets are among the top IT spending priorities for 2017 in European enterprises, with sectors such as education, hospitality, government, and transport ranking them among their top 3 priorities.

The top barrier for organizations adopting augmented reality (AR)

If it is clear that, businesses begin to view AR as a valuable technology that results in positive business outcomes, including improved training, education, marketing and customer experience, one can also observe that, organizations are still hesitant to use AR for business purposes, and consumers also have concerns about the possible risks of Internet of Things (IoT) devices enhanced with AR.
On this dynamic, security concerns posed the top barrier for organizations adopting AR, followed by lack of skills/knowledge.

Singapore Enterprises seem Cautious about Augmented Reality

In effect, despite a set of business benefits related to training, education, marketing and customer experience, to name a few, ISACA's IT Risk/Reward Barometer shows consumers in Singapore are more optimistic about augmented reality, while IT professionals are more concerned about the risks.
However, it is clear that, with this year’s release of Pokémon Go, awareness of augmented reality (AR) applications soared among organizations and consumers.