Top storyThe long-awaited arrival of the driverless car is just around the corner
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The factory of the future will be digital
The 4th industrial revolution is on our doorstep. In the 2.0 factory, workers will interact with connected objects, and machines will even interact with each other (MtoM). Robots and humans will also share the same workspace (cobotics). Spotlight on France.
Surprisingly Obvious: The ascent of the Enterprise Content Management system
It is perhaps unsurprising that in the current era of digital transformation the value of company data or content is not only growing, but in most instances, growing exponentially. As it extends across multiple platforms, from mobile to web and over a sea of business applications, this content has become the lifeblood of the organisation.
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For Mathias Herberts, cofounder of Cityzen Data, mastering the connected objects sector requires skills such as managing data storage, handling data collection networks and guaranteeing the longevity of services. These are tasks that a company, for its own sake, should delegate to others.
Darren Norfolk is UK Managing Director at Rackspace. The firm aims to differentiate itself through the depth of its managed cloud offering, a central part of which is the high level of customer service and expertise it labels as 'Fanatical Support'. Norfolk explains how cloud computing's next age will evolve.