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Small cells as the most effective ways to boost network capacity in high traffic urban and suburban areas

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It is steadily interesting to see that, mobile network operators (MNOs) across the world such as China Mobile, Verizon, and Vodafone, among others, are investing in network densification.
In effect, as networks grow beyond coverage to addressing capacity through densification, mobile network operators (MNOs) find that deploying small cells is one of the most effective ways to boost network capacity in high traffic urban and suburban areas.
According to ABI Research, the ramp of small cells is a great momentum. One can also recall that, American Tower, Crown Castle, Ericsson, and Nokia report in 2016 earnings calls that Small Cells-related revenue is now growing strongly quarter-on-quarter.

Here is how, organizations Remain Unprepared to Respond to Cyberattacks

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Realties related to the ability to respond to cyberattacks evolve a little bit as cyberattacks are increasingly sophisticated and state-sponsored. In effect, globally, most organizations remain unprepared to respond to cyberattacks. Still not prepared to manage and mitigate a cyberattack. A lack of planning and preparation is the biggest barrier. The results of the annual Cyber Resilient Organization 2016 study (IBM and Ponemon) reveals that,66 percent of respondents say their organization is not prepared to recover from cyberattacks.
Among a set of barriers, we have the “complexity of IT processes’’ and “complexity of business processes.

For the second straight year, the study showed that challenges with incident response (IR) are hindering Cyber Resilience. Seventy-five percent of respondents admit they do not have a formal cyber security incident response plan (CSIRP) that is applied consistently across the organization. Of those with a CSIRP in place, 52 percent have either not revie…

Technologies to fuel faster cloud adoption and build a foundation for data-driven decisions

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In our data-driven cloud era, it is indispensable tohelp organizations streamline the migration of their data to the cloud and more easily generate business insights.
Stakes related to flexibility, costs, productivity, performance and security draw the momentum. In effect, steadily, organizations of all sizes look to the cloud as a powerful engine to collect and interpret vast amounts of data.
However, it is obvious that, many are struggling to move their already existing datasets to the cloud, as well as retain control of where they reside and how they are accessed. 
Therefore, I recall that, IBM makes available on Bluemix, IBM Decision Optimization, Bluemix Lift and dashDB for Transactions. These technologies can help organizations overcome this challenge and make more informed business decisions by enabling them to more easily aggregate, ingest and analyze expanding workloads.

Live, bidirectional CAD/PDM/PLM-ERP data integration system

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At the heart of stakes we have the ability to allowing an efficient, reliable and cost-effective means to achieve seamless integration with any ERP system.
I salute the new collaboration between Elmo Solutionsand Siemensfocusingon Agni Linka live, bidirectional CAD/PDM/PLM-ERP data integration system, that aims to provide support for Solid Edge and other Siemens products. 
For those who are unfamiliar, Agni Link is a companion to CAD/PDM/PLM applications that provides live, bidirectional integration with ERP systems. It offers a reliable way to integrate engineering and manufacturing data.

3D CAD solutions in automotive industry

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I have a pleasure to recall that, 3D CAD solutions are mainly used for R&D in the automotive industry. 3D CAD software plays a major role in ensuring the quality of manufacturing for each part. Therefore, Technavio expects an increased purchase of CAD software, as consumer-driven R&D continues to gain momentum.