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What do bots and Henry Ford have in common? Efficiency

As a society, we're better off embracing future changes in terms of AI and bots, looking at how they can serve us rather than fearing them.

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Benefits of an open source approach to IoT application enablement

Explore the top five benefits of selecting an open source application enablement platform to satisfy middleware requirements for your IoT solution.

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HIROTEC sprints toward IoT, predictive maintenance

Learn how one automotive supplier is using the ThingWorx IoT platform and Kepware IoT gateway to predict and eliminate machine downtime.

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Botnets, ransomware and IoT viruses: Do they make you WannaCry?

WannaCry is the latest security worry for IoT device managers. See how this industry's history of viruses and botnets means we shouldn't be surprised.

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Blog: IoT Agenda

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  • Internet of Things (IoT) Security Threats

    Cisco brings seasoned security portfolio to IoT

    With a mix of mature, seasoned and reliable security products, Cisco IoT Threat Defense is ready to tackle the issue of IoT security.

  • Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy

    LiveWorx and lasers and LEDs -- oh my

    PTC is ready to help customers ride the physical and digital convergence wave, as witnessed at LiveWorx 2017.

  • Internet of Things (IoT) Security

    Cisco slings MUD to battle IoT FUD

    A Cisco-backed security approach aims to reduce the risk of rogue devices wreaking havoc on emerging IoT networks, a development that could help partners ease customers' concerns.

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