The reality is many enterprises depend on a complex mix of legacy Operational technology (OT), and connected technology that has created a gap when it comes to security.
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The manufacturing industry has been significantly affected by COVID-19. With this in mind ISG investigated the current state of the industry in EMEA and what the “New Normal" will look like following the current crisis.
This ISG white paper explores the trends that affected the smart manufacturing sector going into the COVID-19 pandemic and the trends that are most likely to affect it coming out of the pandemic.
As the manufacturing industry continues to embrace the concept of the digital factory, companies are beginning to look at the lessons learned from Industry 4.0 as a way to gain efficiencies, digitize operations and differentiate themselves.
Establishing governance to enable portfolio management in a large automotive CRM.
This ISG white paper explores the concept of the digital twin and its potential to oﬀer data-driven insights that enhance products and services, drive predictive maintenance and field service management to provide greater value to the end customer.
A U.S.-based manufacturer with offices in more than 20 countries receives cutting-edge training for its employees on new enterprise-level software and the streamlined processes to go with that software.
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While the development of hardware has always been a risky and treacherous process, a number of current marketplace factors are making it less so.