A medieval castle in Tuscany, Italy is offering a unique place to “bubble” for the holidays
A medieval castle in Tuscany, Italy is offering a unique place to “bubble” for the holidays
Optimism of recent months evaporates as second wave grips Germany.
Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq said on Monday they had foiled a plan to attack foreign diplomats in their autonomous regional capital of Erbil, more than a year after the killing of a Turkish consular official there. In a statement, the Kurdistan regional government's top security agency said the attack was planned by people linked to the PKK Kurdish separatist group that has waged a decades-long insurgency in neighbouring Turkey. It said the attackers aimed to kill diplomats, but it did not say from which country.
ChargeUp Europe, the voice of the electric vehicle charging industry in Europe, is delighted to announce its latest member, broad energy company TOTAL (Paris:FP) (LSE:TTA) (NYSE:TOT). TOTAL’s membership reflects its strong commitment to electro-mobility, and its support for the core values and objectives of all ChargeUp Europe members: delivering a seamless charging experience for EV drivers, incentivising investment and creating a consumer-centric, open market model for charging. Just over six months since the launch of ChargeUp Europe, the Alliance, which was created by Allego, ChargePoint and EVBox Group, now counts nine members.
Look at it this way: Facebook reported 2.7 billion monthly active users in the June-ended quarter, along with 3.14 billion family monthly active users. Advertisers understand that there isn't a platform where they can reach more targeted eyeballs at one time than Facebook. What's more, Facebook is behind four of the six-most-visited social sites on the planet: Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger (not in that order).
The Ulju Mountain Film Festival (UMFF) kicked off this year's celebrations on Friday, bringing together a selection of over 120 nature and adventure themed international movies and documentaries via online streaming and drive-in screenings.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson took the blame after his team lost its first game on Sunday night, saying his interceptions were the difference. Wilson threw three interceptions — his most in one game since 2017 — as the Seahawks lost to the Cardinals, 37-34 in overtime. “I thought we played a great game except for [more]
It comes a day after Imran Khan accused French President Emmanuel Macron of "attacking Islam".
Millions of highly polluting, unsafe used cars from rich countries are exported to African and Asian countries.
Dublin, Oct. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Big Data in Internet of Things: IoT Data Management, Analytics, and Decision Making 2020 - 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This report evaluates the technologies, companies, and solutions for leveraging big data tools and advanced analytics for IoT data processing. Emphasis is placed on leveraging IoT data for process improvement, new and improved products, and ultimately enterprise IoT data syndication. The report includes detailed forecasts for 2020 through 2025. Data that is uncorrelated and does not have a pre-defined data model and is not organized in a pre-defined manner requires special handling and analytics techniques. The common industry term, big data, represents unstructured data sets that are large, complex, and prohibitively difficult to process using traditional management tools. As the Internet of Things (IoT) progresses, there will be an increasingly large amount of unstructured machine data. The growing amount of human-oriented and machine-generated data will drive substantial opportunities for AI support of unstructured data analytics solutions. Big data in IoT is different from conventional IoT and thus will require more robust, agile and scalable platforms, analytical tools and data storage systems than conventional big data infrastructure. Looking beyond data management processes, IoT data itself will become extremely valuable as an agent of change for product development as well as identification of supply gaps and realization of unmet demands. Big data and analytics will increase in importance as IoT evolves to become more commonplace. Data generated through sensors embedded in various things/objects will generate massive amounts of unstructured (big) data on a real-time basis that holds the promise for intelligence and insights for dramatically improved decision processes. Big data in IoT is also dissimilar than non-machine related analytics and thus will require more robust, agile and scalable platforms, analytics tools, and data storage systems than conventional infrastructure. Due to this new architecture approach, the need to handle data differently, and the sheer volume of unstructured data, there will be great opportunities for big data in IoT. Analytics used in IoT will become an enabler for the entire IoT ecosystem as enterprise begin to take advantage of new business opportunities such as syndicating their own data. Target Audience: * ICT infrastructure suppliers * Big Data and analytics companies * Data as a Service (DaaS) companies * Application developers and aggregators * Cloud-based service providers of all types * Managed service and middleware companies * Data processing and management companiesReport Benefits: * Forecasts (global, regional, and by industry) to 2025 * Understand the role and importance of big data in IoT * Identify key market issues and drivers for big data in IoT * Identify leading companies for big data and analytics in IoT * Understand the emerging vendor ecosystem for big data in IoT * Identify areas for infrastructure, platform, and software investmentKey Topics Covered:1 Executive Summary 2 Big Data in Internet of Things 2.1 Big Data Framework for IoT 2.2 Need for New Protocols, Platforms, Streaming and Parsing, Software and Analytical Tools 2.2.1 Big Data in IoT will need Unified Logging Layer 2.2.2 Big Data in IoT Data Formats 2.2.3 Big Data in IoT Protocols 2.2.4 Big Data in IoT Protocols for Network Interoperability 2.2.5 Big Data in IoT Data Processing Scalability 2.3 Big Data in IoT Challenges 2.3.2 Data Security and Personal Information Privacy Challenges 3 Big Data in IoT Business Trends and Predictions 3.1 Large Companies Partnerships and M&A 3.2 Big Data as a Service for IoT Becomes Mainstream 3.3 M2M Analytics and Cloud Services will be Early Beneficiaries 3.4 Cybersecurity for Big Data Analytics in IoT 3.5 Flexible and Scalable Revenue Models for Big Data Services 3.6 Big Data Operational Savings and New Business Models 4 Big Data in IoT Vendor Ecosystem 4.1 Cloud-based Analytics Platforms for IoT 4.2 Cloud-based Data Storage Service and Management Toolsets 4.3 Big Data Processing for Massive Data Analysis 4.4 Compute, Store, and Analyze Data at the Edge of Networks 4.5 Predictive Platforms and Solutions 4.6 Cloud-based Analytics Systems for IoT 4.7 Database System Upgrades and Evolution 4.8 Analytics Platform Upgrades and Evolution 4.9 Real-Time DDS and Comprehensive Messaging Platforms 5 Big Data in IoT Market Analysis and Forecasts 5.1 Driving Factors for Big Data in IoT 5.1.1 Consumer IoT 5.1.2 Industrial IoT 5.1.3 Enterprise IoT 5.1.4 Government IoT 5.2 Overall Global Market for Big Data in IoT 2020 - 2025 5.3 Global Big Data Solutions in IoT Market 2020 - 2025 5.4 Global Big Data in IoT Hardware, Software, and Services 2020 - 2025 5.5 Global Big Data in IoT Products and Services 2020 - 2025 5.5.1 Market for Big Data Collection in IoT 2020 - 2025 5.5.2 Market for Big Data Storage in IoT 2020 - 2025 5.5.3 Market for Big Data Analytics and Applications in IoT 2018 - 2025 5.5.4 Markets for Big Data as a Service in IoT 2018 to 2025 5.6 Big Data in IoT by Industry 2020 - 2025 5.6.1 Big Data in IoT for Building Automation 2020 - 2025 5.6.2 Big Data in IoT for Consumer Electronics 2020 - 2025 5.6.3 Big Data in IoT for Financial Services 2020 - 2025 5.6.4 Big Data in IoT for Government 2020 - 2025 5.6.5 Big Data in IoT for Healthcare 2020 - 2025 5.6.6 Big Data in IoT for Manufacturing 2020 - 2025 5.6.7 Big Data in IoT for Oil and Gas 2018 to 2025 5.6.8 Big Data in IoT for Retail Industry 2020 - 2025 5.6.9 Big Data in IoT for ICT Industry 2020 - 2025 5.6.10 Big Data in IoT for Transport and Cargo 2020 - 2025 5.6.11 Big Data in IoT for Utilities Industry 2020 - 2025 6 Key Companies 6.1 1010Data (Advance Communication Corp.) 6.2 Accenture 6.3 Actian Corporation 6.4 AdvancedMD 6.5 Alation 6.6 Allscripts Healthcare Solutions 6.7 Alpine Data Labs 6.8 Alteryx 6.9 Amazon 6.10 Anova Data 6.11 Apache Software Foundation 6.12 Apple Inc. 6.13 APTEAN (Formerly CDC Software) 6.14 Athena Health Inc. 6.15 Attunity 6.16 Booz Allen Hamilton 6.17 Bosch Software Innovations: Bosch IoT Suite 6.18 BGI 6.19 Big Panda 6.20 Bina Technologies Inc. 6.21 Capgemini 6.22 Cerner Corporation 6.23 Cisco Systems 6.24 CLC Bio 6.25 Cloudera 6.26 Cogito Ltd. 6.27 Compuverde 6.28 CRAY Inc. 6.29 Computer Science Corporation (CSC) 6.30 Crux Informatics 6.31 Ctrl Shift 6.32 Cvidya 6.33 Cybatar 6.34 DataDirect Network 6.35 Data Inc. 6.36 Databricks 6.37 Dataiku 6.38 Datameer 6.39 Data Stax 6.40 Definiens 6.41 Dell EMC 6.42 Deloitte 6.43 Domo 6.44 eClinicalWorks 6.45 Epic Systems Corporation 6.46 Facebook 6.47 Fluentd 6.48 Flytxt 6.49 Fujitsu 6.50 Genalice 6.51 General Electric 6.52 GenomOncology 6.53 GoodData Corporation 6.54 Google 6.55 Greenplum 6.56 Grid Gain Systems 6.57 Groundhog Technologies 6.58 Guavus 6.59 Hack/reduce 6.60 HPCC Systems 6.61 HP Enterprise 6.62 Hitachi Data Systems 6.63 Hortonworks 6.64 IBM 6.65 Illumina Inc 6.66 Imply Corporation 6.67 Informatica 6.68 Inter Systems Corporation 6.69 Intel 6.70 IVD Industry Connectivity Consortium-IICC 6.71 Jasper (Cisco Jasper) 6.72 Juniper Networks 6.73 Knome,Inc. 6.74 Leica Biosystems (Danaher) 6.75 Longview 6.76 MapR 6.77 Marklogic 6.78 Mayo Medical Laboratories 6.79 McKesson Corporation 6.80 Medical Information Technology Inc. (MEDITECH) 6.81 Medio 6.82 Medopad 6.83 Microsoft 6.84 Microstrategy 6.85 MongoDB (Formerly 10Gen) 6.86 MU Sigma 6.87 N-of-One 6.88 Netapp 6.89 NTT Data 6.90 Open Text (Actuate Corporation) 6.91 Opera Solutions 6.92 Oracle 6.93 Palantir Technologies Inc. 6.94 Pathway Genomics Corporation 6.95 Perkin Elmer 6.96 Pentaho (Hitachi) 6.97 Platfora 6.98 Qlik Tech 6.99 Quality Systems Inc (QSI) 6.100 Quantum 6.101 Quertle 6.102 Quest Diagnostics Inc. 6.103 Rackspace 6.104 Red Hat 6.105 Revolution Analytics 6.106 Roche Diagnostics 6.107 Rocket Fuel Inc. 6.108 Salesforce 6.109 SAP 6.110 SAS Institute 6.111 Selventa Inc. 6.112 Sense Networks 6.113 Shanghai Data Exchange 6.114 Sisense 6.115 Social Cops 6.116 Software AG/Terracotta 6.117 Sojern 6.118 Splice Machine 6.119 Splunk 6.120 Sqrrl 6.121 Sumo Logic 6.122 Sunquest Information Systems 6.123 Supermicro 6.124 Tableau Software 6.125 Tableau 6.126 Tata Consultancy Services 6.127 Teradata 6.128 ThetaRay 6.129 Thoughtworks 6.130 Think Big Analytics 6.131 TIBCO 6.132 Tube Mogul 6.133 Verint Systems 6.134 VolMetrix 6.135 VMware (Part of EMC) 6.136 Wipro 6.137 Workday (Platfora) 6.138 WuXi NextCode Genomics 6.139 Zoomdata 7 Summary and Conclusions 7.1 Emerging Opportunity Areas within Big Data in IoT 7.1.1 IoT Data Management and Analytics Marketplace 7.1.2 Decisions as a Service 7.2 Evolution of Structured and Unstructured Data Exchange 7.2.1 Phase One: Limited Data Exchange 7.2.2 Phase Two: Selective Data Exchange between Industries 7.2.3 Phase Three: Expanded Data Exchange across Industries and Between CompetitorsFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/z0rzepResearch and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. 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China said Monday it would impose sanctions on Lockheed Martin, a Boeing defence division and other US firms involved in arms sales to Taiwan, the self-governed island that Beijing views as its territory.
IPPR and TUC propose doubling child benefit and raising universal credit as part of 'family stimulus' package.
Sterling stabilised against the dollar on Monday as markets turned cautious over new lockdown restrictions in Europe and record-high daily virus cases in the United States, with riskier currencies losing out. In Europe, Spain announced a new state of emergency and Italy imposed new lockdown measures to curb a second wave of infections. Brexit negotiations remain in focus for pound traders, as the United Kingdom and the European Union have just over two months left to agree on their future trading relationship, ahead of a Dec. 31 deadline.
(Bloomberg) -- SAP SE shares dropped as much as 21%, the biggest intraday fall since 1999, after the software company cut its revenue forecast for the full year and said it expects a fresh wave of lockdowns to hurt demand through the first half of 2021.In a test for Christian Klein, who became sole chief executive officer in April, the pandemic will delay SAP’s goals for cloud revenue, overall sales and operating profit by one or two years, especially in hard-hit industries, the Walldorf, Germany-based company said in a statement on Sunday. The drop in shares on Monday wiped 28 billion euros ($33.1 billion) off SAP’s market value.SAP said it expects limited growth and margin improvement over the next two years, and moved expectations to meet its 2023 strategy plan out to 2025. Klein said on a call Monday he expects a conservative recovery into the first half of next year.The previous outlook “assumed economies would reopen and population lockdowns would ease, leading to a gradually improving demand environment in the third and fourth quarters,” SAP said in the statement. “Lockdowns have been recently re-introduced in some regions and demand recovery has been more muted than expected.”The pessimistic short-term outlook from SAP risked a knock-on effect on the European software industry, warned analysts at Citi. Europe’s Stoxx Technology index fell as much as 6.3%, its biggest one-day loss since March.SAP now expects adjusted revenue of 27.2 billion euros to 27.8 billion euros ($32.2 billion to $32.9 billion) at constant currencies in 2020, lower than the earlier guidance of 27.8 billion euros to 28.5 billion euros. SAP also said it no longer sees a boost from business-travel related revenue this year in its Concur business.It’s difficult to find positive news in the results, Nicholas David, an analyst at Oddo BHF said Monday. “The warning on the mid-term ambitions was expected/feared by the market but the new ambitions are lower than the most pessimistic expectations,” he said in a note.Qualtrics IPOSAP said it is in the advanced stages of a listing for its Qualtrics software unit. It announced the decision in July to list the U.S. unit less than two years after buying the company for a record sum, a surprise u-turn signaling a strategic shift under Klein.“We are well advanced in the preparations of the Qualtrics IPO”, Chief Financial Officer Luka Mucic said on a call Monday. “Qualtrics has had a strong quarter which will set it up for further growth into next year.”New OutlookAdjusted cloud revenue is expected to be 8 billion euros to 8.2 billion euros in 2020, down from a previous estimate of 8.3 billion euros to 8.7 billion euros.Operating profit will be 8.1 billion euros to 8.5 billion euros this year, down from expectations of as much as 8.7 billion euros.SAP updated its mid-term ambition for total revenue to more than 36 billion euros in 2025 compared to its previous estimate of 35 billion euros in 2023.The company sees more than 22 billion euros in cloud revenue and over 11.5 billion euros in operating profit by 2025.Third QuarterThird quarter non-IFRS operating profit decreased by 12% year over year to 2.07 billion euros. That compared to the 2.15 billion-euro average estimate from analysts in a Bloomberg survey.Revenue in the period declined 4% to 6.54 billion euros compared to analysts’ average 6.89 billion euro estimate.Get MoreRead the full statement here.After Losing Co-Pilot, SAP CEO Plots Solo Path Through PandemicU.K.’s CMA to Start Antitrust Probe on Sinch, SAP Unit DealSAP Is Said to Tap Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan for Qualtrics IPO(Updates with shares, additional context.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Turkey's lira hit a record low on Monday on growing concerns over policy and geopolitical issues, with other emerging markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa also retreating as a second wave of coronavirus cases culled demand for risk-linked assets. The lira sank 1.2% to breach 8 to the dollar, weighed by renewed fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh region that threatened to upset a new U.S.-brokered ceasefire and tensions between Ankara and Athens over a disputed area in the eastern Mediterranean. The currency had hit a record low last week after the Turkish central bank's surprise move to hold interest rates raised concerns over how it would combat spiking inflation and dwindling foreign exchange reserves.
Word that a vaccine being developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca Plc produced immune responses in both elderly and young people offered some positive news. In Spain, which has had more than 1 million cases of the disease, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez warned the country was facing an "extreme" situation as he announced a new state of emergency on Sunday, imposing local nighttime curfews and banning travel between regions in some cases.
With coronavirus infection rates hitting record highs in Europe and the U.S., markets are pulling back from risky assets in the final days of trading before next week's Presidential elections.
German business confidence has declined for the first time after five straight monthly increases as coronavirus infections rebound across Europe, a closely watched survey showed Monday. The Ifo institute said its monthly confidence index fell to 92.7 points in October from 93.2 in September. It said that companies' view of their current situation improved but their expectations regarding the outlook for the next sixth months worsened.
President reportedly planning clearout of officials seen as disloyal to his administration