End of life is a reality all devices and services will face, even in the world of the Internet of Things.
Connected audio devices are supplanting traditional audio products, changing how device makers address connectivity and availability.
IoT data and analytics reflects in many ways the superposition between the merge of IoT and big data.
There are five key attributes to keep in mind when deploying the Internet of Health to ensure efficiency and safety.
To provide connected services, IoT software companies must have three software teams that use a single, integrated DevOps platform.
As the number of IoT standards continues to grow, it remains to be seen whether industry giants will step in and dominate once again.
The Internet of Things is changing how brands and consumers interact; however, using IoT to enhance customer experience isn't without its challenges.
Before moving from an IT security architecture to an IoT security architecture, there are three fundamental questions organizations should ask themselves.
The allure of smart cities includes increased efficiencies and improved lifestyles, yet fears involving security and privacy lurk in the shadows.
The Internet of things brings great opportunities and risks for mobile network operators. The SIM may be the key that adds value for MNOs.
Air Canada's IoT initiative using RFID to tag cargo is paying off, but it took many years of planning and determination to get to that point.
A recent poll found 87% of respondents had never heard of IoT, and that's not such a bad thing. Invisible IoT may be the ubiquitous computing of the future.
The Internet of Things is cool and its doors are new and enabling. But the battleground will mainly focus on IoT data: the ownership and control.
Numerous consumer privacy and security concerns plague connected devices. Would a consumer bill of privacy rights ease their worries?
The Internet of Things, food and local sourcing come together in Freight Farms, a company that sells hydroponic farms in shipping containers.