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Technology Transformation Case Studies

Integrating ChatGPT into your product

We’ve all been flooded with posts, tweets and discussions on the use of ChatGPT, and how it can be used in many industries. While there are probably as many critics as embracers of the technology, we thought we’d take a different view and explore how ChatGPT could be used to further drive customer value to existing products.

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A cause for connection: Giving back at DiUS

Our people are passionate about giving back to the communities in which we live and work. So, earlier this year, we asked our people to nominate and vote on the charities that mattered most to them. One of those charities is Cure Cancer, the first organisation we supported in 2022.

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8 tips on how to master your product backlog

So, you’ve got an idea for a digital product. It could be a website, a mobile app, an IoT platform or a recommendation system powered by machine learning. The potential of today’s technology means that an increasing number of ideas can now be turned into reality.  But what does the journey from idea to reality look like in a digital…

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IoT security: Protection against unwanted access to your devices

I often come across IoT systems where all the focus is on ensuring that the infrastructure and any data transmitted mitigates the risk of external or unwanted penetration. However, protection against physical access to connected devices, such as smart TVs, remote medical devices, security and home automation devices and smart appliances, is often overlooked.   Cybersecurity is already one of the…

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IoT Series – Using AWS IoT Core On Embedded Linux

We’ve used AWS IoT Core so many times on an embedded Linux device, we created an open source service to reduce implementation effort . Dubbed chariotd and written in NodeJS, its a very useful and a lean implementation that provides access to key AWS IoT Core features – Device Shadow handling, MQTT message publishing and Fleet Provisioning.

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IoT Series – Embedded Linux Fundamentals

We often get brought on board to help productise ‘IoT’ (that’s Internet of Things, if you have somehow managed to escape the acronym) devices, and depending on the domain it’s often a Linux based device. Something we commonly see is that developers who are entering the embedded Linux space from the server or desktop direction are carrying over patterns from there out of habit.

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