Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
A sensor does not make a product or technology part of the "internet of things," it's all about creating a holistic experience for the end user.
There's a perfect storm brewing in IoT that will push microservices into new and traditional industries. The benefits are high and risks are low.
While IoT is more pervasive than enterprise mobility, IoT adoption could be made smoother if we take lessons learned from EMM principles and functions.
As exciting as emerging connected technologies appear on paper, there is still an underlying concern about whether we can trust them.
There's a lot of pre-IoT era research on data, information and wisdom. It's worth revisiting the data fundamentals we've learned in context of the IoT era.
Potentially the biggest opportunity in the definition and use of the internet of things will be in the effort for suppliers to increase customer intimacy.
Get clarity around acronyms related to the internet of things and IoT devices from Blue Hill Research's Ralph Rodriguez and Charlotte O'Donnelly.
There is a tremendous amount of potential in wearable technology to collect data from the foot; enter textile pressure sensor applications in socks.
Geolocation mapping -- which enables us to use maps in revolutionary ways -- will become increasingly important to IoT.
Bots can help companies apply ambient computing to smart devices, but before doing so the issue of bot brawls must be solved.
Internet of things products using NFC technology came up big at the NFC Forum Innovation Awards – learn more about the winners and finalists.
While news of wearable hacks is making headlines, don't tear the device off your wrist just yet. Let's assess the likelihood of an attack on authentication sensor data.
Every single person and thing has a stake in the other's UX, giving rise to a new term we can refer to as the user/stakeholder or U/S.
The third wave of mobile apps is upon us. For it to perform reliably, the connected mobile app wave requires proper security and governance.
The IoT-enabled smart home of the future will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to run the dishwasher -- and end domestic violence.