The Industrial Internet of Things is arguably the most widely covered and discussed of these topics in the general public. To help provide additional context around this broad concept, we take a look at how the Internet of Things is driving efficiency, execution, innovation and visibility in several industries, including agribusiness, consumer packaged goods and in the cold chain.
Topics: artificial intelligence, cold chain technology, digital humanists, digital machinists, dsi magazine, enterprise technology, industrial internet of things, internet of things, IoT & M2M, DSI Magazine, supply chain technology, wearables
Although the show is geared toward Oracle JD Edwards users, several topics were discussed that are applicable to any enterprise. To help you focus (no pun intended) your tech priorities for 2015 and beyond, here are 5 key takeaways that need to be on your radar.
Topics: augmented reality, DSI Cloud Platform, cloud computing, cloud services, cloud strategy, digital supply chain, enterprise technology, industrial internet of things, infocus 2014, infocus 2014 recap, internet of things, mobile optimization, mobility, technology strategy, virtual reality, wearables
Topics: business apps, consumer apps, consumerization of IT, digital supply chain, dsi, dsi mobile enterprise platform, ecommerce infographic, ecommerce tips, enterprise mobility, enterprise technology, Infographics, mobile business solutions, mobile supply chain, mobile technology, supply chain, supply chain technology, Customer Engagement
As we continue to do business in the midst of the digital economy, mobile apps are becoming critical business tools as companies seek to mobilize and optimize key business processes. And although functionality of these apps is of utmost importance, the visual experience plays a larger role, too, which is why this is the year for bridging the design gap between enterprise and consumer apps. The consumerization of IT is rapidly changing the enterprise technology landscape. And to meet these changes, it falls partly on UI/UX designers (like yours truly) to forge a middle ground between enterprise apps and consumer apps.