Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud
Edge computing is rapidly being recognized as a necessity for implementing several industrial IoT use cases, explains MapR Technologies' Will Ochandarena.
While many factory leaders are wary of the cloud, rejecting its use can hinder the ability to gain the benefits from smart manufacturing and IIoT.
Digital transformation driven by IoT is highly beneficial -- and unavoidable if businesses want to remain competitive.
We're moving into an era of decentralized and distributed computing where everything computes together as if peer-to-peer nodes on a global mesh computer.
It will be 2018 in which IoT grows up and offers true innovation. Infiswift's Arup Barat discusses this and more IoT trends for the coming year.
While reflecting on this year, whether the IoT predictions we all made last year came true and looking into the future, a few things stand out to me. First and foremost, companies realizing early ...
The internet of things needs direct device interactions, says Uday Davuluru of Lemonbeat GmbH, or it faces complexity, high costs and user dissatisfaction.
IoT edge platforms that meet five key requirements will simplify short-term deployments while offering long-term flexibility of new enterprise IoT services.
Cloud tools and services used in IoT systems are changing so fast that it's exceedingly difficult to gain mastery and stay current at the same time.
Veeam Software's Rick Vanover takes a look at five IoT trends that he believes will becomes more relevant -- even mainstream -- in the coming year.
AI and edge computing are hot topics, but real-world implementations aren't as simple as they might sound. More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo explains.
Implementing IoT security will be essential to realizing the potential of the internet of things. Learn how a cloud-based, secure SD-WAN can help.
If you're going to collect IoT data, you need to collect it somewhere. This is where database systems come into play.
The next great platform shift is here. Soon, 75% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed outside traditional data centers and clouds.
The cloud alone can't handle the 4,000 GB that each autonomous car will generate per day -- and cars are just a small part of this emerging ecosystem.