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New iPhone update features floor-by-floor navigation

New iPhone update features floor-by-floor navigation
  As the release of the new iPhone is sure to stir up some excitement, the iOS 11 update might also be of interest to tech-lovers. The update that will feature on the iPhone includes indoor maps that will allow users floor-by-floor navigation of complex indoor spaces such as airports and shopping malls, with searchable on-map information about stores and facilities inside them.
12th September 2017

iPhone anniversary marks customer engagement progression

iPhone anniversary marks customer engagement progression
On 29th June 2007 the first iPhone went on sale in the US. Over the past decade, the device has wrought tremendous change in every sector from retail to banking. Derided on its launch, the device sold over 270,000 units in its first 30 hours on sale, and continues to sell at a rate of nearly 400 devices per minute. The growing ubiquity of the iOS operating system – as the iPhone now tops 1 billion devices worldwide – means that businesses ignore the next decade’s possibilities of iOS at their peril, according to Apple mobility partner WWT Asynchrony Labs.
29th June 2017

NHS cyber attack highlights problems with business IT

NHS cyber attack highlights problems with business IT
A patch which may have prevented the NHS ransomware attack was made available to the organisation a month ago, it has emerged. The widespread use of unsupported Windows XP operating systems is thought to have provided an entry-point for hackers to infect computers with ransomware software, effectively paralysing large parts of the NHS. The attack brings into relief the scale of vulnerabilities which can develop as systems are not kept up to date.
16th May 2017


British growth in production relies on manufacturing

British growth in production relies on manufacturing
Forecast of $20.59bn investment in manufacturing IoT by 2021 as British growth in production relies on manufacturing. UK manufacturing contributed to a 1.1% increase in total production between November and December 2016, according to Office for National Statistics figures published.
13th February 2017


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