The automotive sector today is grappling with an age-old industry problem; there’s a huge disconnect between the industry and its customers, says Clive Davis, head of manufacturing at Bluefin Solutions.
Running an online business can be a veritable minefield, especially when it comes to protecting brands from unscrupulous cyber squatters, looking to make money, explains intellectual property specialist, Giles Searby – hlw Keeble Hawson.
With the increasing sophistication of mobile technology, losing or failing to erase data from an old device can have serious consequences, explains Julie Pickersgill, operations director for data destruction expert Advanced Digital Dynamics.
Shift patterns are about much more than just spreadsheets, dog-eared wall charts or when the workforce clocks in and out, explains Kevin White – managing director of workforce planning and management software provider, Working Time Solutions.
A hardware and data destruction specialist is advising businesses to consider the advantages and downside of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy which allows employees to bring and use their own laptops, tablets and smartphones for work.
For manufacturers, it’s no longer just about building digital connections. These days, those connections must be intelligent and actionable, Microsoft’s Colin Masson tells IT contributing editor Malcolm Wheatley.
The Government’s Do More Online campaign is highlighting the risk that small manufacturing businesses will be hampered because they aren’t doing enough online and are missing out on opportunities to find more customers, be more efficient, and save money.