Tag Archives : #IoT


Track and G2 on new people-finding mission  

Big Data, advanced analytics and ubiquitous communications are creating a firestorm of opportunity for organizations with the right tools to harness their energy. One of the more promising applications – location-based intelligence services – is now poised for substantial growth. According to a five year forecast from Pyramid Research, global location-based services revenue will reach […]

Tom Gilgan, CTO, Track Group 2

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Tieto translating integration experience to Industrial Internet reality  

By most accounts, IoT offers huge potential for improvement of productivity, environmental health, and daily life, and analyst growth predictions for this opportunity are now estimated in the trillions of dollars. Gartner research, for example, has calculated that global incremental economic value generated from IoT will be $1.9 trillion in 2020, while Cisco researchers have […]


Classics rule  

People today love their toys. Whether it’s a gorgeous car to cater to a mid-life crisis, a fancy sound system, a high-end TV, or the latest smartphone, we seem to identify the newest, latest, and greatest as the be-all and end-all that will render everything that came before obsolete. In a corporate environment, however, the […]

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Ten predictions for 2015 – and five issues to keep an eye on for 2016 and beyond

It’s that time of year, the one where everybody is making a list, checking it twice, and then using it as a way of identifying the key developments anticipated for the New Year. As world leaders in deciphering the business issues shaping the use and supply of IT in business, Techaisle and InsightaaS have been […]


BCG: The Industrial Internet: Six Critical Questions for Equipment Suppliers  

InsightaaS: Does anyone still remember when we talked about the ‘old economy’ – the one based on manufacturing products – and the ‘new economy’ that delivered technology-enabled services? This used to be a compelling divide, but the services sector continued to grow, and technology-enabled manufacturing processes (and a general shift towards offshore manufacturing) reduced the […]