“CES 2017 shifted to a new level as large and small companies from around the globe gathered to reveal solutions for many of our world’s most challenging problems”
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According to an IBM report a data breach can cost on average $4 million. But it's not the only loss a company can suffer by not taking all necessary precautions to protect data. Many businesses have suffered such losses including huge financial repercussions, bad reputation and in some cases they even had to cease trading.
Read: Are You at Risk of Losing $4 mln?
Cybercom experiences of using AWS IoT with Machinebook.
Read: Machinebook meets the AWS IoT Service
Smart city is defined as a concept that works to improve city life in sustainable social, economic and urban development. Smart city is based on new information and communication technologies to make efficient use of services and resources.
Read: How smart can we be?
Cybercom Machinebook is a convergence of IoT, conversational paradigm and machine learning.
Read: Cybercom Machinebook
Not everyone can do a Spotify – but there are big gains to be made from the digitalisation of existing activities. We have spotted five traditional companies and organisations that are embracing digital technology to develop their operations and to generate added value for their customers and the wider public - as an inspiration for you.
Read: Five companies and organisations that grasp digitalisation
The Mad Machine Learning Scientist of Cybercom describes recent advances and ponders the philosophy of consciousness.
Read: A log entry of the Mad Machine Learning Scientist of Cybercom
Girl, young lady, why should you consider the ICT sector? When the world awaits you and there are more possibilities than you can count, why would you go study bits and technologies? Well, it doesn't suit everyone. But do think about it. The field has its merits.
Read: Girl! Come and work in the ICT sector!
A social network for man and machine alike? Exactly! We in Cybercom created Machinebook, a concept where people and intelligent machines use and update a joint social medium.
Read: Machinebook is used and updated by humans and machines
Jeri Vääri, Business Unit Director
Learning from each other is an important part of digitisation, and it is a well-known fact that you can learn from your mistakes the best. Thanks to digitisation, we get to also see mistakes made by others, and can learn to avoid them ourselves. Someone could show their erroneously adjusted bicycle gears and explain how making the same mistake could be avoided.
Read: Digitisation, the best friend of a bicycle repairer