Apple subsidiary Claris launches low-code automation platform

Claris International, a subsidiary of Apple, has announced the launch of its ‘Claris Connect’ workflow automation platform.

According to the company, the platform is designed for the real-world challenges of small and medium businesses. After several months of testing and growth of its library of connectors, the company is now finally all set to drive digital transformation for any...

Scope AR acquires studio WakingApp as enterprise augmented reality ramps up

Scope AR, a San Francisco-based provider of enterprise-focused augmented reality (AR) software, has announced it is to acquire AR studio WakingApp.

WakingApp offers a proprietary AR platform which focuses on being of use to enterprises across industries. The company said it was ‘thrilled’ to join Scope AR and ‘become an integral part in the delivery of first-class AR solutions to...

Are we doing enough to secure our digital business? Why automation is the answer

To nobody’s shock, security shortcomings exist everywhere. Take senior IT leaders and the customers they serve. These customers believe IT leaders have taken every security precaution possible, yet any knowledgeable IT professional can look at their setup and see gaps. Unfortunately, the disparity between perceived protection and actual exposure also exists at the enterprise level.

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There’s always one rotten app in the bunch: Google launches App Defense Alliance

Google has announced the founding of the App Defense Alliance to help defend the company’s app store from bad actors – with security partners ESET, Lookout and Zimperium all on board.

The move will see the Google Play Protect detection systems for malicious apps integrated with the scanning engines of each partner. The partnering companies were chosen specifically for their specialisms in...

Using AI to secure the modern world – where enterprises are particularly vulnerable

The types of threats that are targeting enterprises are evolving and completely different to what they were a decade ago. Enterprise attacks are no longer executed by “lone wolf” hackers, but instead come from highly sophisticated and professional cybercriminal networks. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can be harnessed by hackers to automatically seek out weaknesses in organisations’ ecosystems. 

Getting IT automation projects right the first time: A guide

As the speed of digital business continues to accelerate, organisations are turning to automation to remain successful. Based on the findings of its third annual Robotic Process Automation (RPA) survey, Deloitte believes RPA will achieve “near universal adoption” in the next five years. Yet adoption doesn’t always equal value. Some early adopters have gained substantial value, but others have struggled to successfully implement automation or scale it to meet their...

The rise of intelligent automation: How to take advantage of the augmented workforce

2019 has become a record year for AI investment in the UK. Despite this growth, 51% of business execs don’t expect to see financial returns from using AI until three-to-five years’ time. One of the reasons for the slow return on investment is because automation solutions in use today are simply unsuitable for unstructured data, which will make up 80% of the world’s data by 2025, and there isn’t enough visibility and awareness...

The latest Apple announcements and OS releases analysed for enterprise mobility

This year’s Apple announcements combined with the recent ones at WWDC provided some of the biggest changes for Apple mainstream platforms. This is especially true with the new OS releases that businesses need to prepare for. To get you up to speed on all new Apple products and updates we have outlined some of the recent announcements below.

iOS 13

The yearly hardware announcement included the...

BAE Systems’ new AR headset aims to be the most durable on the market

Engineers at BAE Systems have developed a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses that is claimed to be one of the highest performing and most durable pieces of wearable technology to enter the market.

The glasses, which have been put in a lightweight headset, is said to offer best-in-class head-tracking and imagery stabilisation, with capability of operating in the harshest of environments and on...

Report: Two in three industrial firms are accelerating AR deployment to improve productivity

Two thirds of industrial companies polled by PTC say they are accelerating deployment of augmented reality (AR) to improve worker productivity.

In a newly released ‘State of Industrial Innovation’ report series, PTC has analysed the industrial AR and IIoT markets. Among the findings included in the latest AR report are those focused on delivering enhanced methods of training for frontline workers, enabling the workforce optimisation necessary to address the growing skilled...