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  • cyber security.automotiveIT

    Cisco study: IT security gets help from AI


    Machine learning can help detect unusual patterns in digital communications Cisco’s annual Cyber Security Report says a rapidly growing number of companies suffer cyber attacks and many are resorting to new technologies to defend themselves. Roughly one-third of all cyber security products and services are using ...

  • cisco.automotiveIT

    Cisco report: Business unprepared for ransomware threat


    Cisco sees a growing danger in ransomware attacks (Photo: Cisco) Companies are badly prepared for future strains of ransomware, according to the latest Cisco Cybersecurity Report. The study, which the US-based technology group conducts twicea year, found that companies are too often operating with a fragile IT infrastructure, don’t ...

  • google.automotiveIT

    Study: 20 million autonomous cars by 2025


    Juniper says Google is the most promising player in driverless cars (Photo: Google) There will be almost 20 million fully autonomous or self-driving vehicles on the world's roads by 2025, according to a new study. The outlook, which adheres to the more optimistic scenarios of some automakers, was presented ...

  • ethernet nxp.automotiveIT

    Study: Ethernet in the car set to grow


    Connected vehicles are expected to boost demand for ethernet in the car (Photo: NXP) Connected vehicles are expected to boost demand for ethernet in the car Automakers in Europe and North America are set to use more ethernet in their cars, as automotive architectures adapt to the demands of ...

  • search.automotiveIT

    Study: Searching for information costs 23 million work days


    New enterprise search engines can make information gathering more efficient (Photo: Wikimedia) German industry loses as many as 23 million work days a year as people search for information, according a recent study. According to the report, which was written by consultants Q-perior, roughly 5 million German industry employees ...

  • google.automotiveIT

    Report: Mobile app downloads soaring


    Google Play is a major source of mobile app downloads (Photo: Google) Mobile app downloads more than doubled in 2012 and will continue to grow rapidly through 2017, a new research report says. The report by Berg Insight, a Swedish market analysis company, said mobile app downloads soared to ...

  • Audi City.automotiveIT

    For car retailers, a call to action


    Audi opened its first virtual showroom in London last year (Photo: Audi) More people will buy their cars online in coming years, providing a business opportunity for IT service providers, according to a new study. The study also says that many traditional dealerships will have to either change or ...

  • mobile apps.automotiveIT

    Many companies don't test mobile apps - report


    The World Quality Report says mobile app quality assurance should be higher on the IT agenda (Photo: Capgemini) Many companies fail to adequately test mobile applications, according to a survey on enterprise application quality. The World Quality Report, which is compiled each year by consultants Capgemini, software test specialist ...

  • Article

    Washington Post: Obama’s EV goal achievable, govt report says


    President Barack Obama’s goal of putting 1 million electric vehicles on American roads by 2015 is achievable, according to a government report cited by the Washington Post newspaper. The administration report contradicts the findings of an expert panel, which said last week the target could not be achieved. According to ...

  • Article

    Roland Berger urges caution for suppliers in China


    With passenger-car sales growth slowing in the important Chinese market, European suppliers need to review their global strategies in 2011, according to Roland Berger. The consultants expect passenger car unit sales in China to continue to grow from about 11 million units in 2010 to more than 18 million in ...