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Manufacturing businesses look to modernise operations with hybrid cloud
“Manufacturers are investing in modernising their IT stack, and adopting industry 4.0 solutions to keep up with ever-changing business demands in areas like production and supply chain management.”
Volvo and Varjo launch world-first mixed reality application for car development
“With this mixed reality approach, we can start evaluating designs and technologies while they are literally still on the drawing board."
Why manufacturers need to ensure that they invest in the right business technology
Positioning yourself for growth means looking to the future and gaining efficiencies through new technologies.
Report finds UK manufacturers’ cybersecurity severely wanting
With the industry now one of the most targeted, EEF CEO Phipson says "manufacturers must urgently take appropriate steps to protect themselves."
Apple to pump up data center spending by $10 billion
Apple expects to invest over $30 billion in capital expenditures in the US over the next five years and create over 20,000 new jobs.
Tech Data launches new portfolio to help manage ‘tech ecosystem at every step’
Portfolio enables OEMs and solution providers to focus on the future by providing end-to-end customer and product lifecycle management.
Number of APAC manufacturers with ‘smart factories’ to triple by 2022
In a world-leading effort, almost half of APAC manufacturers will have fully connected factories by 2022 with tech use among them expected to surge.
Software AG expands IoT solutions with Cumulocity IoT
According to Software AG, Cumulocity IoT will address today’s market demand for easy, fast, and scalable IoT solutions.
Automation likely the future of Australian tech manufacturing
"Automating processes are now considered essential in order to compete both on a regional and international level."
Asian companies need an efficient supply chain ecosystem, exec says
“Strategically selecting a mix of disruptive technologies to overhaul the supply chain is only the first step."
Distribution dilemmas – resale price maintenance
It is tempting for manufacturers or suppliers of products to require their wholesalers and retailers (resellers) to sell them at or above a minimum price – a practice known as resale price maintenance (’RPM’).