The news includes strategies for entering the cloud market and for a secure enterprise mobility strategy. Articles also include information on emerging threats to data security.
In the news, indicators show consumer confidence has risen and data management in manufacturing is the topic of a webinar.
In the news, businesses need oversight for cloud migration, enterprise software focuses on the cloud and Big Data, and a paper presents an argument for why your manufacturing client should have a 3D printer in house.
According to a PwC report, there are currently about 1.5 million robots working in industries around the world, with as many as 230,000 in the U.S. alone.
LNS Research outlined what 2015 may look like for many companies, including connection to customers, operational challenges, business conditions, and how some manufacturers will achieve their operational goals.
LNS Research shared data collected from its ongoing Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) survey.
Articles cited this week deal with helping your clients apply lean principles, plan and prepare for supply chain risks, and tech trends that are changing the manufacturing landscape.
Traditionally, organizations have been trained to believe global trade solutions can only remain safe and in compliance if they are securely encased behind a corporate firewall. As an Aberdeen Group report shows, however, this isn’t necessarily the case.
The ways mobility is impacting the manufacturing environment is in the news this week, as well as the benefits of timely, accurate information sharing to vendor managed inventory (VMI).
Among all the applications — and potential applications— for 3D printing, one that might not be top of mind is providing shelter for the homeless. A recent 3DPrint article reports on a crowdfunding campaign, however, aimed at just that.