Organizations use IoT security standards and frameworks to secure IoT applications, data and devices, even for a fully remote workforce going forward. IoT security is more than a technology ...
Open source platforms can make developing IoT deployments easier, but organizations have multiple options to choose from, including these seven.
IoT makes it possible to monitor water quality remotely and automatically through sensors, which can be useful in healthcare facilities, water utilities and wastewater management.
The growth and reliability of long range, low power IoT technology will create a safer and improved way of life, particularly for seniors and patients.
For the smart home to succeed, what happens in the home, will have to stay in the home and become smarter without the infinite compute capability of the cloud and with features such as voice ...
Even though the new IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Law takes a step towards better connected device protections, organizations still have many cybersecurity challenges to tackle.
The ability to migrate video surveillance workloads to the cloud and further depopulate the datacenter will give IT value-added resellers an advantage with CIOs who want to invest heavily in their ...
The pandemic has made lasting changes to supply chains across industries, pushing organizations to better track goods and equipment with IoT sensors and LPWAN networks.
With the right planning, tools and expertise, organizations that combine AI and IoT into AIoT will deliver benefits that only AI can help predict.
Cyber attacks on IoT and CMS have grown throughout 2020 and organizations must step up their network security measures with tactics such as zero-trust.
Organizations must make themselves future ready and adapt their business plans to take advantage of the seamless access IoT technology provides to crucial business data.
With the adoption of IoT continuing to explode, developers should explore the potential of in-memory computing platforms to create a cost-effective, massively scalable foundation for their ...
With increased precautions and IoT technology in place, consumers can find comfort in returning to in-person events at arenas or stadiums with better safety precautions to reduce the spread of germs.
IoT technology reshapes the possibilities of the transportation industry with real-time monitoring, a data-driven approach, advanced analytics and predictive analysis.
Healthcare providers must approach IoT deployments and digital transformations as products that must continually adapt and improve, not projects they can forget about once implemented.
Just as security within an organization is everyone’s responsibility, all parties involved in the IoT and OT asset lifecycle must take responsibility for security and resilience.
As the office and home remain merged, enterprise consumers will become a significant area of focus for communication service providers and IoT developers alike.
Digital out-of-home advertising is here and IoT, edge computing and 5G technology advancement are able to offer the best platform to light up the imagination of creative minds.
Cybercriminals can use thousands of hijacked devices to create swarm attacks. These attacks target networks or edge devices, and share intelligence in real time to refine an attack as it takes place.
IoT storage on the edge is growing exponentially, so it's important companies prepare for and meet all its challenges.
IoT dovetails with edge computing in two primary ways: IoT is a workload using edge computing as its platform and other edge workloads are more squarely in IoT’s influence, such as chemical plants ...
IoT is now taking to the sky in the form of drones. While these devices offer insurmountable business opportunities, the inherent security vulnerabilities leave some businesses unsure.
As 2020 comes to a close and the COVID-19 pandemic persists in 2021, businesses must invest in IoT, networking, cloud and analytics tools to ensure safe re-entry into offices.
There are several reasons to believe or not believe in IoT, but businesses can no longer deny the possible opportunities these connected devices bring to the table.
IoT technology provides innovative ways to track and mitigate environmental challenges. Organizations can integrate smart concepts for safer surroundings and increased business growth.
Brownfield IoT models offer OEMs the opportunity to maximize revenue and meet customer expectations while also improving business operations.
In the midst of a global pandemic, manufacturers must rise to the occasion and adopt long-term digital investments, such as IoT, to ensure optimal business outcomes.
As the retail industry continues to face heightened demands due to COVID-19, IoT and robotics will continue to be key technologies in assisting employees to fulfill orders and provide safe customer ...
Training, threat intelligence and a comprehensive security strategy will ensure organization can fight threats that arise from the ever-increasing contingent of IoT devices.
As employers begin to consider reopening offices, they can use precautionary measures such as predictive cleaning and contact tracing with the help of IoT devices to reduce the risk of a COVID-19 ...
If organizations want to tap into the true potential of 5G, they must retire outdated testing approaches and focus on intelligent end-to-end, real-time and security testing.
IoT devices can help both organizations and employees more sustainably use electricity and water under new working conditions, including work from home and limited occupancy offices.
The changes that organizations have made to mitigate the effects and risk of the COVID-19 pandemic have set the stage for IoT development predictions for the new year.
Organizations must prioritize software expertise in upper level management and avoid these six inaccurate assumptions of IoT projects to set themselves on a path to success.
With greater IIoT adoption and more security breaches, organizations must prioritize and update their security practices to match the new paradigms of current times.
The affects of COVID-19 on industries such as healthcare and food has made IoT commercially mandatory. As a result, COVID will propel IoT adoption forwards with a sense of urgency that simply did ...
Digital workers enable automated IoE outcomes that drive collaborative innovations. But businesses must determine what makes a truly good process and always select ones that will generate the ...
Though COVID-19 has slowed the implementation of IoT, other sectors and the in-home connectivity explosion will provide clear opportunities over the coming months.
Malicious attackers have begun to strategically target IoT devices to gain access to corporate networks. Security teams must employ new tactics, such as deceptive techniques, to draw out attackers.
With no end to uncertainty in sight, some businesses might be struggling to plan for the future. But embracing IoT can help them use data to draw insight and inform strategy.
Following work-from-home ordinances due to COVID-19, business leaders must accept that employees’ IoT devices present a much greater risk now that they are used outside the company’s security fence.
As people continue to adjust to COVID-19 prevention measures, including contact tracing, monitoring and IoT-enabled devices, the data collection process must be transparent, secure and reliable.
IoT as a service is not the same as PaaS or SaaS. Discover the difference between them and how IoT as a service offerings simplify IoT deployments.
Organizations can unlock the true potential of IoT and multi-device connectivity with the help of 5G and Wi-Fi 6 solutions, which offer improved connectivity and performance. The future is hybrid.
The problem of COVID-19 is pressing, but the use of track and trace efforts with the help IoT devices and data gives local governments options and a way to act quickly.
As the IoT sector continues to grow at a rapid pace, organizations can take advantage of its success as well as the adoption of smartphones to develop an IoT app.
IoT technology increases operational efficiency, tracks assets and improves inventory visibility throughout the supply chain and prepares organizations for future disruptions.
Healthcare organizations must prioritize cybersecurity even in the rush to adopt new technologies to cope with the pandemic because security threats have also increased.
As pressure mounts to scale more complex IoT use cases, an open source streaming, analytics and machine learning stack can enable businesses to develop reliable, production-ready infrastructure.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted several industries within the IoT market. However, IoT offers better health outcomes, improved services and even possible aides to the resurgence of these ...
COVID-19's impact on supply chain resilience has revealed a flaw in traditional supply chain management. As organizations move forward, they must reevaluate their business strategy and adapt to the ...
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations must ensure their networks are secure as work-from-home employees increasingly experience cybercriminal attacks with the help of botnets.
To reduce latency, process data and increase overall IoT success, organization should transform their cloud deployments into edge-cloud hybrid initiatives over the next few years.
As the number of smart vehicles increases, engineers must perform the right type of testing with the right instrumentation to ensure the security and safety of connected vehicles isn't compromised.
Before committing to an IoT deployment, businesses must consider the right connectivity, data transmission and device management technologies for their use cases.
By integrating intelligent testing and performance monitoring, healthcare providers can optimize software and devices to ensure better patient care.
By unleashing the potential of IoE, digital workers will be key to driving enterprise adaptation, which will help streamline, accelerate and automate work to provide an engine for sustainable growth.
It's common for organizations to use specific, targeted and tactical database tools for specific use cases. For IIoT deployments, utilizing an IIoT-specific database solution is essential to success.
The COVID-19 outbreak ushered in unprecedented challenges within the healthcare industry. However, digital technologies such as AI and IoT are helping solve some of the most critical issues.
As cyberattacks become significantly more sophisticated, organizations must invest in endpoint protection and response solutions to detect and prevent real-time cyberthreats.
As companies dive into IoT, AI and machine learning, they must factor it into their digital experience planning from the beginning to derive the full benefit these powerful technologies provide.
In the backdrop of the COVID-19 crisis, technology providers can lead the way by solving real life business problems and delivering favorable business outcomes in IoT.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, broadband networks have experienced increase use. Both service providers and the IoT developer community must understand the big picture to better grasp new ...
IoT has the chance to truly change the world and make it a better place, but that will not happen without careful planning and consideration on the manufacturer's part.
If done correctly, creating an entirely cloud-based video surveillance ecosystem can help create a platform for a highly intelligent set of IoT services.
Harnessing the power of geospatial data in IoT enables businesses to unlock a wealth of insights to inform decisions that put them ahead of the curve.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced several ways for cybercriminals to attack the healthcare sector. As a result, hospitals and healthcare providers must seriously consider investing in security ...
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, an IoT revolution is well underway as the world experiences firsthand the benefits and capabilities IoT provides in several different industries.
Anomaly detection is changing standards for security across industries. Organizations that rely on 5G will benefit from anomaly detection’s ability to improve productivity and operational efficiencies.
As the COVID pandemic continues, businesses are beginning to find inherent value in IoT devices because of their ability to maintain social distancing, keep track of employees and increase sanitation.
As the IoT market continues to grow and a new era of innovation and commercial opportunities abound, the full potential of this market will only be achieved if companies put in place reliable, ...
Healthcare organizations must follow these five clinical network segmentation steps -- including assigning responsibility for security and keeping up with industry guidelines -- to thwart cyberattacks.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, CIOs must start taking cybersecurity seriously by removing simple IoT vulnerabilities to better protect enterprise and home networks.
Organizations can learn a lot about the security innovations happening at the edge and apply these best practices to their IoT device management to better secure their data centers or clouds.
A user-centric design is the future of IoT and can be the difference between random acts of digital and the systemic shift needed to truly transform the user experience.
Adoption of AR, MR and IoT technologies to weather the impact of the coronavirus crisis will drive continued growth of these technologies in several sectors, such as healthcare and education.
Hospitals and clinics must optimize their IoT resources and streamline operations to protect frontline medical workers, deliver the best patient care and support public health.
IoT and 5G are often conflated with edge computing. IoT is best thought of as an important use case for edge computing, while 5G is one of the most important associated enabling technologies.
TinyML can help target low power IoT applications and determine when to power up or power down more complex, power hungry devices.
Geolocation products can help enhance IoT device capabilities, but businesses must consider geolocation device limitations, such as battery life, maintenance, costs and ease of use.
IoT businesses looking to establish themselves as trusted partners with their customers must make it a priority to ask themselves a few integral questions and have an agreed upon plan for each of them.
Once an organization has solved the technical problem of gathering data, the next priority is ensuring the relationships between data and the underlying physical world are not lost.
As the world slowly emerges from the global pandemic, the learnings from healthcare will surely inform future infrastructure and IoT will be at the core.
IoT products remain insecure by design. Dalin Robinson suggests bringing class action lawsuits to vendors of insecure connected products, which forces vendors to take security design into account.
When designing IoT products, following the ABC's of IoT is the quickest and easiest way for design engineers and manufacturers to get on the right path to success.
With remote work likely to remain in place for the foreseeable future, organizations must decide what an acceptable tolerance level is between keeping the business running and making security a ...
Private 5G networks, separate from wider public networks, can help expand IoT into new geographies and use cases.
When thinking about modern IoT, there are a lot of nice to haves. Security is not one of them. Security must be treated as something to be built in, not added on later.
If organizations want to realize all the benefits of IoT, they must evaluate the CX rather than code. This can help provide a seamless experience for the user.
Long-range wireless charging has the power to enhance the usability of IoT tools and provide users with more autonomy.
Maintaining secure networks and IoT usage may seem secondary but following proven protocols to stay digitally protected is one way to come out on top, especially during a pandemic.
New strides in IIoT has enabled organizations to take advantage of specific technologies, such as AR and AI, that they might not have been able to before.
In light of the current pandemic, several organizations must begin to increase security measures and best practices to protect remote workers and mitigate malicious attacks on IoT devices.
Digital integration hub architectures and hybrid transaction/analytical processing powered by an in-memory computing platform can help organizations implement real-time IoT use cases and support ...
Best practices and common sense can go a long way toward fighting against IoT cybersecurity threats, ensuring a safe environment in which IoT devices can thrive.
As the number of connected home deployments continues to increase, they must be continuously managed and improved by service providers in order for them to flourish effectively and benefit the end ...
To successfully extract and amplify IoT data's business value, organizations should create a modern cloud data lake and use well-established best practices to prevent it from becoming an IoT data ...
Organizations can use smart factory technologies, such as AR, to improve productivity and solve end user issues. But this requires diverse teams and support to yield long-term smart factory success.
IoT and AI can offer a solution to the 80/20 dilemma in software, but companies must be willing to understand the context of IoT data and instill processes to better utilize their time and effort.
Video analytics in the cloud can help manage the vast amounts of data generated by IoT devices and allow companies to do so without having to invest in the necessary hardware, lowering costs.