Interest in cloud native technologies is ramping up in China. This was emphasized by the success of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's (CNCF) first KubeCon + CloudNativeCon China this November, which saw 2,500 people descend upon the Shanghai Convention and Exhibition Center of International Sourcing for three days of talks, training sessions and roundtables.
The Chemicals Management Software Guide, brought to you by Chemical Watch, is designed to help readers understand the software that supports regulatory compliance and also enables businesses to move beyond compliance and achieve safer chemicals in products throughout the supply chain.
Keri wrote an article for the report entitled Getting it right on Safety Data Sheets, which explains why choosing the correct SDS authoring software in a lengthy but vital task.
Although workers in EMEA understand security risks and consequences, they are taking less action than their global counterparts. This is according to a recent report by networking solutions provider Aruba, which highlighted that staff in EMEA consider cybersecurity as an afterthought and don’t worry about legislative compliance compared with other regions.
Surveying more than 2,500 employees across EMEA, Aruba found that over half (55 per cent) didn’t regularly think about cybersecur...
Internet of Things (IoT)
Southeast Asia’s urban areas are home to one third of its total population and generate more than two thirds of the region’s GDP. The rapid urbanization of its cities has led to issues such as road congestion, poor air quality and inadequate housing, but many of these problems can and are being tackled with the implementation of smart city technologies including the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Cities in Southeast Asia are starting their ...
Technology is one of today’s biggest agents of change. Revolutionizing how business is done, companies around the world are focusing on digital transformation and the benefits it can bring.
Across Latin America many companies have begun digital transformations to help them become more competitive thanks to a greater ability to adapt to and benefit from change.
“Organizations that embrace digital disruption and become intelligent enterprises can empower employees through...
With the International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicting traffic will double by 2036 reaching 7.8bn passengers globally, airports are turning to technology to improve processes and meet passenger expectations.
A recent report by analyst firm Frost & Sullivan noted that increased traffic and global capacity constraints will drive airport IT spending to US$4.63bn by 2023 and that digital transformation roadmaps are being drawn up to address key performance indic...
Exciting blockchain projects are taking place across the globe. Many businesses are already looking at the ways this technology can help them become more secure, efficient and profitable, but there are also some innovative projects that are helping wider groups of people.
Here we take a look at both, from applications that speed up business processes through to those helping small communities gain access to key services.
Africa – Sierra Leone’s government election is the first to e...
The unified communication and collaboration (UCC) market is seeing a dramatic shift towards cloud-based solutions, with unified communications as a service (UCaaS) leading the way.
The global user base of cloud UCaaS has now surpassed 43 million, with new users estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23% from 2016 to 2023, according to analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.
This move is due in part to growing confidence in cloud solutions and a better understanding of the benefit...
It's easy to see why cloud bursting - where an application is run in a private cloud or data centre and then 'bursts' into a public cloud when demand dictates - could appeal to research universities.
It can provide institutions with an escape valve when their in-house resources are fully committed, helping to potentially speed up research and save costs.
In recent years adoption of cloud computing has been transforming research and education, and although change within academia can be slow, t...
Although business may often use the terms interchangeably, there is a small, but fundamental difference between free and open source software that organizations should be aware of.
Essentially the same category of software, the difference lies in the values and beliefs behind their creation, which can affect licence implications and upkeep costs.
In a nutshell, open source is a development and distribution paradigm, whereas free (freedom, not zero cost) is a social movement. For s...
The Power Electronics, Motors and Drives test rigs have a key role to play in the engineering industry from R&D through to end of line production tests. As such, their significance and effort that goes into their creation should not be overlooked.
Whether you’re involved in designing, proving or making motors, magnetic components, power electronics or drives, Vladimir Shirokov, an electrical engineer at Rolls-Royce, points out that you should be aware of the importance test rigs play in techn...