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Why you still need a physical office with a distributed work model

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Distributed agile working is at the core of Hack and Craft. And now coronavirus has forced most companies into remote working, its benefits are becoming clear even to the most traditional businesses.


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Bridging IT with OT and securing Industry 4.0
personPaul Crompton event

It is clear manufacturers must step up their game when it comes to security and businesses must support their IT departments both culturally and financially to make the most of the transition to Industry 4.0.


personRich McEachran event
OCR: applying a laser-like vision to manufacturing processes
personRich McEachran event

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is not a new technology, but advances in artificial intelligence will enable manufacturers to get more value out of it.


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5 key trends in Industrial IoT for 2020
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Hack & Craft reports on five IIoT trends driving change in 2020.


personDuncan Jefferies event
Real-time insight: connected factories and the future of manufacturing
personDuncan Jefferies event

The Industrial Internet of Things offers manufacturers real-time visibility into their processes, assets and supply chain, but security is still a concern.


personJessica Meek event

Industry 4.0 and X.0 and the state of security

personJessica Meek event

As digital transformation continues across industry, how can we tackle the growing security vulnerabilities we may find ourselves exposed to because of our interconnectedness?