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Blockchain is poised to take off in a big way in the aerospace and defense sector, if a new report from Accenture is to be believed.
For some companies, going to the cloud means more than simply changing the address of their servers.
All the well-intentioned statements of corporate responsibility mean nothing if you can’t implant the message on the factory floor.
When it comes right down to it, are all these corporate scandals the result of a lack of intelligence? Specifically, of the artificial variety?
The age of the omnichannel is all about options. Customers buying online should be able to receive their purchases in any way they choose — at home, work, a designated retrieval point, or direct from the store. Or so goes the theory.
If you could measure the progress of a concept by how much it’s talked about, then blockchain would already be an everyday reality for business.
It’s been just over five years since the collapse of a Bangladeshi factory complex took the lives of 1,135 workers. How can manufacturers and apparel brands ensure that such a tragedy never happens again?
Depending on how you look at it, the internet of things is either a treasure trove of data or a nightmare of information chaos.
When it comes to determining the optimal price of a product, component or raw material, artificial intelligence can do more than come up with the answer. It can help you to understand the questions you ought to be asking.
Selling apparel and other merchandise over the internet is difficult enough for retailers as it is. Now they want to make it even tougher on themselves.
Foremost in the minds of every supply-chain planner are those key words: What if?
Transportation providers are jumping on the blockchain bandwagon in a big way.
The Internet of Things would seem ideally suited to the task of monitoring and tracking containers around the world.
The huge security flaw discovered in chips made by Intel Corp., AMD and ARM is threatening nearly all computers, servers, TVs, phones and other mobile devices.
And so the cryptocurrency mania continues, in yet another form.