As one of IBM’s partners, Sopra Steria was invited to attend the grand opening of the Watson IoT Centre in Munich. The physical location is of great importance to IBM, as it puts them at the heart of Europe allowing them to reach out to a large number of players in the manufacturing industry; a high-potential sector for IoT. During our visit we rubbed shoulders with some of IBM’s partners and clients such as PSA, Thales, SNCF and Airbus as well as officials from across the world, particularly China and Japan.
Imagine you have all the state of the art components, all best of breed. They are not designed to work together, but you need them to. You can either redesign from base and meticulously integrate through APIs, or you can tie them together with paper clips and rubber bands, solder the surface connections and duct tape it all to hold.
The Military Programming Law raised cybersecurity standards to a whole new level. What real effect has it had on Operators of Vital Importance and their Systems of Vital Importance (SIIV)?
Adopted by the French government in 2013, the Military Programming Law (or LPM) requires certain economic and public operators to safeguard their IT systems of “vital importance”.
With regulatory restrictions, an ever-increasing competitive landscape, as well as a connected and moving client base, like all market sectors the distribution of insurance has to reinvent itself in the digital era. But, in light of the reduced number of customers buying insurance products in store, how can we meet customer expectations in terms of digitalisation, and at the same time keep a human and personalised customer experience? Continue reading
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An autonomous drone that can transport humans will start ferrying passengers around Dubai this summer. The head of Dubai’s transportation agency said that self-flying taxis would start taking people across the city starting from July.