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Chips will be more than 20% of premium vehicles’ bill of materials by 2030, Intel CEO predicts

During his first in-person keynote since taking the helm of Intel in February, CEO, Pat Gelsinger predicted that semiconductors will account for more than 20% of the total premium vehicle bill of materials (BOM) by 2030. That represents an unprecedented 5x growth rate over 2019’s 4% figure.

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Right place, right time: adopting a cloud ERP solution to drive your business forward

The early bird catches the worm, and for businesses wishing to reap the many benefits of cloud ERP integration, the sooner the integration, the better especially if their existing solution has reached the end of its development lifecycle, says Ian Robertson is the sales and marketing director of BrightBridge

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Stevens made CEO of global connectivity monetisation solutions provider TOMIA

TOMIA, a specialist in global connectivity monetisation solutions, has appointed Howard Stevens as CEO. Stevens, who previously served as TOMIA’s chief revenue officer, succeeds former CEO Marco Limena during a time of bookings growth and innovation at the company as connectivity, cloudification and 5G networks redefine the global telecom industry.

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Excel for business: a guide

Enterprises have long been using Microsoft Excel to collect, store, analyse and report data, as well as run complex calculations and create models. And while overall Excel usage continues to grow, says Mike Nieburg, VP, business development at EASA, there has been a shift away from Excel to purpose-made applications for situations where the program’s more pressing problems limit its usefulness.

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Renesas and eProsima simplify development of professional robotics applications

Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and eProsima, an SME company specialised in middleware solutions, announced that the Renesas EK-RA6M5 Evaluation Kit for RA MCUs is the official supported hardware platform of the micro-ROS development framework.

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Crosser announces hyperautomation solution that brings intelligent workflows to industrial organisations

Provider of edge analytics for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Crosser, has expanded the capabilities of its Crosser Platform with a new edition called Crosser IPA (Intelligent Process Automation). As the true hybrid hyperautomation platform to target industrial and asset rich organisations, Crosser IPA will empower businesses to integrate and automate everything, from the shop floor to the top floor.

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Finance professionals see tech challenges as a barrier to efficient remote work

Despite a year of accelerated digital transformation within the industry, 21% of UK-based finance professionals remain concerned that the systems they use are unsuitable in assisting with the completion of tasks when working remotely. This is according to the annual FinTech Barometer 2021 conducted by Visma Onguard, the fintech company dedicated to the order-to-cash process.

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Hybrid working realities create new challenges for IT leaders, says Snow

As organisations continue to adapt to and embrace new ways of working, IT teams are facing unexpected challenges. According to a new survey from Snow Software, a specialist in technology intelligence, 92% of IT leaders report their organisations were moving or had already moved to a hybrid work model. Yet only 34% said enabling the shift to hybrid work was their department’s primary focus over the next 12 months.

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Manufacturers should now plan their COVID exit strategy: Here’s what to consider

The light at the end of the pandemic tunnel is coming into view for all businesses and sectors. And just like many industries, say Eric Stoop, CEO of EASE, Inc and Murray Sittsamer, president of Luminous Group, manufacturing now has the chance to take a considered approach towards its post-pandemic future, and evaluate the lessons learned since lockdown was announced in March 2020, to ensure it comes out the other side stronger.

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Corporate users in Kenya experience surge in financial malware attacks in first half of 2021

Although Kaspersky’s research shows that the overall number of financial malware attacks in Kenya has decreased in the first half of 2021, when compared to the same period in 2020, 29.3% of the 7 962 attacks recorded in the country targeted corporate users, which is a cause for concern, warn Kaspersky experts.

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Laserfiche launches BPA package to aid organisations’ digital reopening

Laserfiche the SaaS provider of intelligent content management and business process automation has announced the introduction of a Digital Reopening package of prebuilt process templates aimed at supporting organisations’ efforts to restore, recover, reimagine, and rebuild work in a post-pandemic world.

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Hospitality firms must speed digital transformation for long-term recovery

As hospitality’s doors finally reopen, the sector is quickly getting a sense of the evolved “digital-first” world in which it’s now operating. The past year has seen a significant step change in the adoption of technology and digital services, but while some hospitality businesses were able to welcome online models, huge swathes of the industry were forced to remain dormant, leaving many digital advancements relatively untested or stagnating.

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