High-Tech Electronics software

The term High-Tech (high technology) relates to advanced, state-of-the-art technology such as micro-electronics used as components in the production of goods such as desk and laptop computers, mobile devices, smart phones and tablet PCs. The term high tech refers to the most advanced technology currently available. It is often used in reference to micro-electronics. Hi-Tech Manufacturing software enables control and optimisation of production operations as well as providing the supply chain visibility you need to better understand the status of outsourced activities and trading partner relationships and their impact on orders, inventory and distribution. This visibility enables effective management of every aspect of the supply chain to balance demand with production efforts, maintain optimum inventory levels and meet customer expectations.

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Autonomous delivery is not all it’s cracked up to be… yet

Autonomous delivery is not all it’s cracked up to be… yet

The logistics and supply chain sector has been inundated with new and novel transport technologies in the past two years, with the likes of drones and self-driving truck convoys hitting the headlines.

Why UK manufacturers are sitting ducks for cyber criminals

Why UK manufacturers are sitting ducks for cyber criminals

By Myles Bray, VP EMEA for ForeScout.

Despite some volatility across today's national and international political landscape, the manufacturing sector in the UK continues to be a key growth driver for the economy. Last month, 14 of the 17 manufacturing subsectors reported growth.

IoT security – A barrier to deployment?

IoT security – A barrier to deployment?

By Nick Sacke, Head of Product and IoT, Comms365.

Security takes priority when it comes to the development and deployment of IoT, with Gartner predicting that by 2020, IoT security will make up 20% of annual security budgets.

Security for intent-based networking

Security for intent-based networking

By Ronald Sens, EMEA Director, A10 Networks

Networks have become more massive and complex than ever before. This year at Cisco Live US, people were talking about managing and defending networks at scale.

Britain at the forefront of new technologies

Britain at the forefront of new technologies

Industry 4.0 is clearly a revolution in the making, with wide-scale implications for businesses, consumers and workers.

European spending on 3D printing forecast to grow at a CAGR of 15.3% to nearly $7.4 billion in 2022, according to IDC's 3D Printing Spending Guide

European spending on 3D printing forecast to grow at a CAGR of 15.3% to nearly $7.4 billion in 2022, according to IDC's 3D Printing Spending Guide

European purchases of 3D printers, materials, software, and related services are expected to total $3.6 billion in 2017.

Onecom signs IoT partnership agreement with Sony Mobile

Onecom signs IoT partnership agreement with Sony Mobile

Onecom has signed a UK partnership agreement with Sony Mobile Communications to sell, support and develop its Internet of Things (IoT) products and services.

It’s complicated: 55% of organisations struggle to keep up with new tech

It’s complicated: 55% of organisations struggle to keep up with new tech

In this world we can often say we have too much choice and not enough time. B2B decision-makers are finding much the same is true for them, with the influx of new technologies available to their businesses proving too much to keep up with.

Rocket Software and T-Systems collaborate to reduce data transfer delays by 90%

Rocket Software and T-Systems collaborate to reduce data transfer delays by 90%

A collaboration between technology providers Rocket Software and T-Systems International enables manufacturing companies to reduce the time to perform manual data exchange tasks by 90% or more.

Cyber attack is now a case of ‘when’ and not ‘if’ for UK CEOs

Cyber attack is now a case of ‘when’ and not ‘if’ for UK CEOs

Four in 10 UK CEOs believe becoming a victim of a cyber attack is now a case of 'when' and not 'if' for their organisation, according to a survey of CEOs from some of Britain's biggest businesses.

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