Digital Digest #212

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Weekly Digital Digest

Tuesday 5 November 2019

Simplifying digital transformation for the construction industry

Digital Construction Works (DCW), a new digital automation, integration, and digital twinning services and fit-for-purpose solutions company formed by Bentley Systems and Topcon Positioning Group, will help revolutionize the construction industry by simplifying digital transformation. DCW...

Multinational energy group Naturgy reinvents innovation management

Naturgy, a leading multinational energy provider in Spain with operations in 30 countries, has chosen Appian’s low-code development platform for its Origen Project. Led by Naturgy’s Innovation Department, the project aims to digitize innovation management...

Digital transformation spending to reach $2.3 trillion in 2023

Worldwide spending on the technologies and services that enable the digital transformation (DX) of business practices, products, and organizations is forecast to reach $2.3 trillion in 2023, according to a new update to the International Data Corporation (IDC)...

Mainframe mayhem?

Almost two thirds of respondents globally say the loss of critical mainframe skills represents a big risk to their entire business.

IT directors need insights

New research substantiates the view that data is a business’ most important asset - with CDOs playing a crucial role in future-proofing business strategies.

Turning data into cosmetic innovation

The world leader in beauty leverages data and artificial intelligence with Talend and Microsoft Azure.

Investec achieves WAN data acceleration with Bridgeworks

Investec Bank Limited, with the help of value-added distributor StratIT and Datacentrix, both from South Africa, aims to deliver a...

Honda Motor Europe goes digital

Econocom UK & IRL, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions, has provided an as-a-service rental model to fund the transformation of Honda Motor Europe’s (HME) legacy IT estate across 40 entities within Europe alongside its partner...

Project Silica proof of concept stores Warner Bros. ‘Superman’ movie on quartz glass

Microsoft and Warner Bros. have collaborated to successfully store and retrieve the entire 1978 iconic “Superman” movie on a piece of glass roughly the size of a drink coaster, 75 by 75 by 2 millimeters thick.

 
 

Finalists announced - 10 Days Left to Vote!

The SDC Awards recognise and reward success in the products and services that are the foundation for digital transformation!

All finalists did well to make the shortlist from a record number of nominations (over 300 companies nominated!). Now they need your votes to make sure they are in with a chance to carry off one of the coveted crystal trophies at the SDC Awards ceremony on 27th November, so please vote before 15th November. https://sdcawards.com/vote

 

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