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It wasn’t too long ago that upon checking in for a flight, you would typically be asked, “have your belongings been in your control at all times and has anyone asked you to carry something for you?” Usually, most of us answer “Yes” to the first part and “No” to the second part of these questions. In the world of the Internet of Things (IoT), it is not always that simple. To be in control…

The half-life of a successful product or business strategy is shrinking, and the rate of change is accelerating, primarily due to increasingly complex and quickly changing customer demands. Succeeding in this new environment requires nimble, innovative and fast-moving businesses and factories. That means you need to continually change what you’re doing, even if it’s been successful so far. Because what worked in the past may not necessarily work in the future. Inflexible, traditional multiyear strategic…

According IoT Analytics, there are over 17 Billion connected devices in the world as of 2018, with over 7 Billion of these “internet of things” (IoT) devices. The Internet of Things is the collection of those various sensors, devices, and other technologies that aren’t meant to directly interact with consumers, like phones or computers. Rather, IoT devices help provide information, control, and analytics to connect a world of hardware devices to each other and the greater internet. …

The appeal of the internet of things (IoT) remains strong for businesses. And while a great business idea is an essential initial component of your IoT strategy, an equally creative pricing and monetization strategy that customers understand is critical for success. Frequently, we see a cool business model “die” when it comes to pricing and monetizing the service. Why? Because the pricing strategy can’t work the way the business model was designed to work. This…

Software testing verifies that the applications you develop do what you intend them to do, and it validates whether the application meets specifications. Software testing is also crucial for application security — it can reveal vulnerabilities that will put the application and your clients’ data at risk. Catching and fixing problems early is the most cost-effective strategy. Finding issues or experiencing a failure later in the development process — or worse yet, after the application…

Are you looking for information on how to make software testing easier, more standardized, and more productive — and are answers out there? Noel Wurst, software testing evangelist at SmartBear, shares his insights on approaching testing with the right perspective, avoiding mistakes, and finding the framework that will address your current needs. Is there a software testing framework that will work for every development team? Wurst: There’s really not one single source of truth that can provide…

To err is human. That’s never going to change. And that’s also why we need software testing. Your team will occasionally make mistakes, overlook conflicts, or have biases that perpetuate flaws. Software testing reveals errors that occurred during development and is vital to prevent subpar products from getting into customers’ hands. Along those lines, software testing also contributes to the reputation you are building in your market. Furthermore, software testing is vital to the efficiency…

I have always been fond of two things: cooking and analytics. Believe it or not, there are many correlations between cooking your perfect recipe and getting that perfect analytical dataset that drives actions. Yes, we know that when in doubt, follow your heart, or so they say. And when it comes to your enterprise, the parallel should be that whether in doubt or not, always follow the data. Data is the driving force, the fuel…

There are two words that that data industry loves to use today: complexity and simplification. The latter is obviously intended to counter the former… and the ultimate objective is the Holy Grail of Data Nirvana (HGDN) i.e. a so-called ‘single source’ of data where firms can look at every aspect of their business on one software platform. This is the rationale that SAP is currently keeping at front of mind as it develops what it…

There are two words that that data industry loves to use today: complexity and simplification. The latter is obviously intended to counter the former… and the ultimate objective is the Holy Grail of Data Nirvana (HGDN) i.e. a so-called ‘single source’ of data where firms can look at every aspect of their business on one software platform. This is the rationale that SAP is currently keeping at front of mind as it develops what it…