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  • Impact of the IoT: From Farm to Fork

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to have a major impact on the food supply chain – all the way from the farm to the individual buying food from a retail outlet.  Based on research carried out in late 2016, this report looks at the various areas where the IoT will enable the food supply chai

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  • Unlocking the circular economy in the print industry

    The circular economy, which is regenerative and restorative by design, is helping organisations to create more value while reducing their dependence on scarce resources.

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  • All mobile, still working, becoming sustainable

    Access to IT through small, smart mobile devices is becoming a key feature of most repetitive business processes.

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  • Print Security: An imperative in the IoT era

    The far-reaching financial, legal and reputational implications of a data loss mean that information security is a business imperative.

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  • Channels to MPS in Europe, 2017

    Changes in the way customers buy technology are pressurising existing channel and partner organisations’ processes and capabilities. As they increasingly target the SMB market, vendors are rethinking the ways they allocate resources to scale their channel operations.

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  • European Perceptions, Preparedness and Strategies for IoT Security

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way business is done; it is recognised by the majority of organisations as an opportunity to improve and streamline business processes and a new way to interact with customers.

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  • SMEs: Closing the sustainability gap

    Although SMEs form the backbone of most economies, they have been slow to embrace environmental measures.

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  • Automating the Digital Transformation Journey

    ‘Digital Transformation’ may well be one of IT’s most abused terms, yet those that have planned their journey well are realising solid business benefits from it. A large part of this is gained by making the organisation more agile through the use of DevOps and continuous delivery.

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  • Are you one eDiscovery away from a budgetary meltdown?

    Governments are getting hot on electronic data.  They want to get their sticky mitts on your data – and where they have the requisite warrant, the need to ensure that you provide that data to them within a requisite timescale is vital.

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  • Object Storage 101

    Physical storage systems come in three main types: block, file and object.  The biggest historical use has been block storage - but it has many issues that are coming to prominence as more data falls under global governance, risk and compliance (GRC) rules.

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