Starting 2017 on the right foot, Spark has continued to drive some great coverage across national and top-tier enterprise technology press.
Kicking things off, the IOActive team secured coverage in The Telegraph, after researchers found a security hole in the Panasonic in-flight system, which could enable hackers to take control of an airplane mid-flight. Also in The Telegraph, there was success for the Couchbase team who had their technology prediction featured in a round up for SMEs.
There were technology predictions across the board, with ViaSat, 3CX, CCA and Turbonomic appearing on IT Pro with their forecasts for the coming year. Sticking with the enterprise technology press, the Fruition team explored ways to drive the everything-as-a-service revolution in Information Age, while on Real Business, iPass discussed the real cost of connecting mobile workers.
Rounding up an impressive start to the year, the Elsevier team placed an article on the role of 3D printing in manufacturing with Product Design & Development.
A full list of coverage cup nominations can be found below.
- The Telegraph – Hackers could take control of a plane using in-flight entertainment system
- The Telegraph – Tech in 2017: the most important developments for SMEs
- IT Pro – IT wishlist: what tech leaders hope for in 2017
- Information Age – Going Wi-Fi first puts your business first
- Information Age – 4 ways to drive the everything-as-a-service revolution in enterprise
- Real Business – The real cost of connecting mobile workers: The devil is in the detail
- Product Design & Development – The Role of 3D Printing in Sustainable Manufacturing