According to a new report by Forbes Insights in association with Hitachi Data Systems, titled “How to Win at Digital Transformation: Insights from a Global Survey of Top Executives”, changing customer expectations are the biggest external driver of digital transformation (DX) in Australia, cited by 58 per cent of respondents compared with the 35 per … Continue reading Forbes report finds companies failing to unlock the potential of their own data
South Australia has opened a new manufacturing technologies centre to help businesses grow by providing access to the state’s best researchers, financial institutions and global supply chains. The $1.2 million centre, situated in Adelaide’s northern suburbs at the University of South Australia’s Mawson Lakes campus, will help businesses identify methods by which they can adopt … Continue reading New tech hub opened in South Australia
Xplore Technologies has announced it was recognised with the Client Platform of the Year award for the Xplore XSLATE D10 at the 2016 Intel Solutions Summit (ISS) North America. The Intel Solutions Summit, which took place March 29-31, 2016, in Orlando, FL, is one of the most prestigious channel events in North America. This invitation-only … Continue reading Xplore Technologies wins recognition for its XSLATE D10
Sandboxing solutions can help businesses maintain an effective barrier against cybercriminals and minimize the chances of an attack. David De Laine writes. The term ‘malware’ has become so widely used in recent years that it’s easy to forget how many forms it can take—adware, spyware, viruses, worms, Trojans and many more. While each affects computer … Continue reading Combating the rising tide of malware
Manufacturers are being urged to regularly asses their network infrastructure, and to close all possible opportunities for hackers. Alan Johnson reports. IN a room full of manufacturers, it would be hard to find anyone who would admit their companies’ computers are not adequately protected from computer hackers. However, Dick Bussiere, Principal Architect with Tenable Network … Continue reading The importance of cyber hygiene
Manufacturers who think their computers will never get hacked need to think again. Alan Johnson reports.
More and more manufacturers are taking advantage of mobile computing devices in the workplace, but many remain unaware of the problems they can generate. Alan Johnson reports.
The numbers and size of cyber security attacks are increasing and Australia is one of the world’s largest targets. The Federal government noted the current impact of cyber attacks on the Australian economy is A$17 billion annually.
Consumer demand for the diversification and variation of products and assets has led to a host of unique safety challenges in the manufacturing industry. As the manufacturing industry has evolved, so too have the safety needs and requirements of employees on the job.
Emerson Process Management has joined forces with Intel Security to enhance and strengthen its integrated cybersecurity solution to better secure the DeltaV distributed control system (DCS).
Madison Technologies has entered a new with hazardous area telemetry equipment specialists, SOLEXY.
Cape Grim Beef, a sixth-generation family business that processes high-quality beef for export, put out a call for better communications infrastructure. Intellect IT answered.
Cloud computing can assist manufacturers to effectively respond to increased order volumes and complexity, as Mark Troselj writes.
The serial ports can be accessed over a LAN or WAN using Direct IP Mode connections.
While ERP and SCM fill most IT industry pages, technology advances in production software is making manufacturers sit up and take more notice.
50 per cent of SMEs increased financial investment in the digital space in the last 12 months and 46 per cent intend to further increase them, according to a survey.
Designed to bring industry and researchers together, Cisco’s Internet of Everything (IoE) Centre has been officially opened by Western Australian Premierr, Colin Barnett.
Cisco has released an Internet of Things system to manage large scale systems of diverse endpoints and platforms, and the data deluge they create.
There is more to CMMS (Computerised Maintenance Management System) than just choosing a maintenance package. Alan Johnson writes.
Mobile device management software connects technologies commonly used on forklifts for increased visibility. Hidde Hannenburg writes.