Read through Water Briefing’s list of tenders (yes, of course we do) and you will notice something interesting.
It contains some unfamiliar acronyms: IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. PaaS doesn’t stand for Pizza as a Service, but it’s used as a fantastic analogy as part of a nice primer from Hosting Advice that explains the acronyms with the help of some clear diagrams.Read more
i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that it has passed its first Achilles UVDB Audit with an impressive overall score of 95%.Read more
In most foreigners’ minds, England is a place where it rains quite a lot.
But Sir James Bevan, CEO of the Environment Agency has warned that England could run short of water within 25 years. His language was dramatic. England faces an "existential threat", and in around 20 to 25 years, England will reach the "jaws of death” - the point at which we will not have enough water to supply our needs.Read more
i2O has today announced the shipment of its 5,000th Logger 17 since their production began in October 2017. The Logger was assembled by technicians at i2O’s manufacturing facility in Woolston, Southampton, and was dispatched as part of a shipment to Miya Bahamas to improve water supply to customers in the region.Read more
i2O, the smart water network solutions company, have today announced that the Technical Support team have solved their 15,000th support ticket. Support requests range from analysing PRV behaviour to setting up tailored data extracts for regulatory reporting and new requests are typically replied to within 1 hour.Read more
PWC’s CEO survey reports that organisations struggle to corral data into useable and actionable intelligence, and the main reason for their frustration is ‘lack of analytical talent’, followed closely by ‘data siloing’ and ‘poor data reliability’.
i2O’s new iNet solution helps water companies address these three issues, and deliver actionable insight that will help identify and resolve network problems quickly (before customers call, reputation is damaged, and regulatory penalties apply), and schedule maintenance efficiently on the basis of condition rather than time/risk.Read more