As internet of things use cases grow, the market is expanding towards the more advanced massive IoT and critical IoT deployments.
Before extracting value and intelligence from IoT data, companies must understand the difference between content and context relating to an IIoT environment.
In order to fully realize the benefits of a smart city revolution, we need a strong foundation and it all starts with a modern electrical grid.
With startup-corporate collaboration, startups can better build security and resilience in products while corporations can better understand vulnerabilities.
Security and privacy are prevailing concerns in today's day and age, calling for new regulation to keep data safe. But will this limit IoT?
Smart city innovation is stifled. Mobile operators have the power to add the "smart" into cities and bring that bright future to life.
To stay secure in the super-connected IoT world, IT decision-makers need to map the end-to-end journey of data and the threats lurking behind every corner.
The processes thwarting IoT progress, says James Kirkland of Red Hat, can be boiled down to a simple mathematical equation: IoT = DevOps2.
Managed service providers can deliver the intelligence, skills and experience needed for a successful and secure IoT deployment.
With IoT and other new tech increasing the attack surface of enterprises, it's critical for CEOs to have the proper background to counter the threats.
Designing the right stencil for an IoT PCB is extremely important; it takes good experience in process engineering to get the job done.
Kaleido Insights' Jessica Groopman discusses three scenarios in which blockchain offers an architectural advancement to foster trusted machine interactions.
Smart devices are changing the game for retailers, but there are risks. Thales eSecurity's Cindy Provin on why data integrity might just save brick-and-mortar retailers.
Following these three steps, IT leaders can consider the progressions of IoT data and edge computing and prepare for their widespread arrival.
A year after the biggest DDoS we've ever seen, says Micro Focus' Geoff Webb, we are experiencing the first wave of impact of the transformative IoT trend.
IoT is streamlining processes and optimizing the supply chain. Telogis' Kelly Frey offers five examples of the benefits of IoT in the supply chain.
With the right tools, IoT security issues caused by open source components can be addressed. Insignary's TJ Kang explains.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on people and economies. But as Arup Barat of infiswift notes, IoT can help better prepare and respond to natural disasters.
Business leaders may recognize the importance of digital transformation, but as Software AG's Kevin Niblock says, they are not so clear on how to enable it.
If passed, the IoT Cybersecurity Act could improve IoT security by mandating IoT field certificate provisioning, says Intertrust's Bill Horne.
Skyhook's Kipp Jones offers advice on defining your requirements for location in IoT and questions to get the best technology from your location service provider.
The greatest IoT challenges aren't from the technology, says Exosite's Mark Benson, but from employees, interdepartmental politics and incumbent corporate processes.
With ticket sales declining, stadiums need to make the game more than just a game. Enter the connected stadium, in which tech-savvy fans feel at home.
Digital transformation can't thrive unless your organization has a culture that's willing and able to embrace it, says GE Digital's Jason Cline.
Blockchain, AI and IoT will start working together in a seamless ecosystem, and the result is a more connected, more efficient and more secure world.
The internet of things is changing how manufacturers manufacture and consumers consume. Get ready for an influx of as-a-service offerings, thanks to IoT.
Monetizing IoT is complex, but with an IoT platform, companies can turn the technology into a profitable source of business, says Deloitte's Helena Lisachuk.
Industrial enterprises are realizing the value of IIoT data and analytics, says Stratus Technologies' Jason Andersen. Here are four phases to IIoT infrastructure.
Finding qualified candidates to fill high-tech jobs is a challenge in the U.S. and worldwide. MOBI's Josh Garrett explains how to fill the skills gap.
ForeScout's Pedro Abreu explains why taking and agentless approach to enterprise IoT security is ultimately more effective than using a security agent.
To effectively transmit signals in an IoT PCB, circuit designers must carefully assess device packaging and components including traces, routing and vias.
IoT influencers, bloggers and IoT speakers are not synonymous with IoT experts, but all of them are helping speed the adoption of the internet of things.
AT&T's Chris Penrose explores the importance of connected car security and four ways to keep drivers and passengers safe.
Silver Spring Networks' Don Reeves explains 10 'IoT rights" that customers should expect to receive from their network provider of choice.
IoT will help energy suppliers meet global energy demands, but the challenge lies in finding connectivity which offers both security and simplicity.
To manage IoT devices, enterprises can now call upon their mobile service provider to offer an automated mobility management (AMM) software platform.
Silicon Labs' Tom Pannell explains the benefits of smart LEDs, from energy savings to agriculture gains to serious health benefits.
Technologies are emerging solve IoT's connectivity challenges. While 5G may seem like a panacea, ADRF's Greg Najjar says it isn't a one-size-fits-all solution.
Mobile devices and IoT technology are creating a seamless, secure experience for patients and healthcare organizations alike.
Connecting and curating digital ecosystems are essential to defining, designing and implementing complex, IoE-based services, but how do you go about this?
Future Platforms' Olivier Legris explores the proliferation of the smart speaker market and considers the threats posed by smart speakers of the future.
IoT is really an 'internet of customer experiences.' Data will grow organically and rapidly, so brands will need to harvest it for powerful relationships.
To succeed in their enterprise IoT initiatives, organizations must narrow their focus and focus their vision, advises Chris Witeck of ExtraHop.
Read a brief case study from Flutura's Rick Harlow examining how IIoT in combination with AR/VR can provide real savings to organizations.
FogHorn's Sastry Malladi explains the basics of fog computing, exploring why it is critical for IoT success in resource-constrained environments.
Amortizing the cost of high-quality AI across devices with centralized processing in hyperscale data centers will make IoT efficient and cost-effective.
Paessler's Dirk Paessler explains why it's important to monitor virtual assets, as well as things how to ensure IoT initiatives run smoothly on virtual networks.
When IoT products hear what people say and capture their data, says ForgeRock's Eve Maler, trust as a purchasing consideration usurps price, quality and durability.
To determine which IoT gateway best supports your technical and budget requirements, advises Rigado's Justin Rigling, start with these five considerations.
One of the most impactful areas of IoT, says OnProcess Technology's Sarah Hatfield, is in spare parts inventory management, a key aspect of the post-sale supply chain.
IoT-enabled predictive maintenance helps public transport companies tailor vehicle reparations and speed up downtime. Yenlo's Ruben van der Zwan discusses.
UPS achieved immense savings by making an incredibly simple change. Athani Krishnaprasad explains how to apply UPS' thinking to your organization.
The connected car revolution is unfolding, but it posts significant threats. Portnox's Ofer Amitai explains what's needed to ensure connected car safety.
In a recent white paper, Ericsson tested Bluetooth mesh and its ability to be used in industrial use cases. Learn about the results here.
Drone-scale computing requires new thinking, says TIBCO's Mark Palmer, and streaming analytics and AI are key to the equation.
The fifth annual Midwest IoT Summit is being held October 18 and 19, and co-chairman Don DeLoach says it will be a conference to remember.
Uber Elevate is bringing the concept of flying cars to life. But is it safe? Expensive? Will it really happen? Esurance's Haden Kirkpatrick takes a look.
Device design and device monitoring are both critical to protecting IoT devices from cybersecurity vulnerabilities, advises Brian Berger of Cytellix.
A successful smart city is one that moves its people effectively and efficiently. Masabi's Brian Zanghi explains how creating a seamless commute with smart tech can help.
As IoT infiltrates everyday life, says IOTAS' Sce Pike, multifamily housing developers need to put infrastructure in place to meet demands of modern renters.
IoT innovations in healthcare are interesting and exciting, says ForeScout's Myles Bray, but the security of patients and their data must be kept top of mind.
Without a clear ROI, IoT may never make an impact. Mindtree's Srinivas Bhagavatula offers five questions to ask when determining the business case for IoT.
Using a secured IoT chip, device-makers take a bold step to certify the security of their devices -- and ensure a victory against attackers.
Ersin Domangue of ISE dissects the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017, explaining what it is, how it will affect everyone and where it falls short.
Automating critical infrastructure doesn't have to directly correlate to substantially greater security risks. Full Spectrum's Stewart Kantor explains.
As IoT data moves to the cloud, security is paramount. Utimaco's Malte Pollmann explains why a hardware security module may be the safeguard IoT needs.
Smart farming is difficult and costly in areas where network connection in an issue. USSD is an affordable way to solve connectivity issues.
Evaluating managed IoT service providers? Frank Greer of Zipit Wireless offers questions to ask to ensure you find the best for your enterprise's needs.
The internet of things will become the biggest source of data on the planet. And artificial intelligence will be an essential part of the IoT revolution.
By incorporating IoT-enabled wearable devices into your enterprise deployments, you can harness the full potential of your mobility strategy.
Follow these seven tips to put yourself in a strong position for successful IoT product development partnership and the creation of a successful IoT product.
As IT/OT convergence continues, says James Cabe of Fortinet, it's time to address IoT security with protection by design.
Once an IoT focus has been identified, start small with one project and follow the 4D's: discover, design, develop and deploy.
Utility consumers today are looking for information for a detailed understanding of their usage. The internet of things is key to providing this insight.
Join Prasanna Naik, an innovator at Riverbed Technology, on a journey as he discusses how SD-WAN itself can be perceived as IoT.
Apple iOS 11's support of NFC tags combined with the explosion of IoT devices means that IoT and NFC applications are soon to take off.
Millennials are pushing for greater visibility and awareness of our supply chains, says Guy Courtin of Infor. IoT can help achieve this.
By thinking things through, keeping an eye towards the future and investing time and resources into planning now, we will see the lasting potential of a truly smart city.
Instituting service relationship management in IIoT systems can reduce downtime and repair costs while improving productivity and efficiency.
In the industrial internet, we will see more and more OT and IT converge. This convergence will drive new industry technologies and services.
While in other industries risks are financial and reputational, when it comes to health services and IoT connected devices, human lives are at stake.
The solution to combatting the growing threat of IoT, advises Pedro Abreu of ForeScout, is agentless visibility and control of devices.
Laura Didio of ITIC outlines the top 10 business and procedural must-do steps organizations should take to safeguard the IoT ecosystem and mitigate risk.
IoT systems operating over USSD are ideal for insurance and logistics firms looking to track and monitor goods, says ThingStream's Neil Hamilton.
Ryan Mallory of Equinix explains three reasons that offloading internet traffic at the digital edge can free your business from IoT data gridlock.
IIoT is a brave new world, for risk management in particular. But as RTI's Stan Schneider explains, IIoT can lead to improved industrial IoT security.
Sage's Klaus Michael Vogelberg offers steps toward driving IoT-connected data applications forward and explains why collective intelligence is critical.
Trying to decide whether the IT or OT team is responsible IoT and its problems is a complicated and often territorial dispute, says James Cabe of Fortinet.
Which IoT gateway prototype is better, Raspberry Pi or a commercial-grade, production-ready gateway? Rigado's Justin Rigling offers some pointers.
It is at the intersection of the virtual and physical worlds, meaningful transformation begins ushering in an entirely new era: the Emergent Era.
Sachin Kurlekar of Persistent Systems guides manufacturers through the IoT journey, from the specification phase to the support and upgrade phase
More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo explains why cities shouldn't approach the smart cities concept with a "free lunch" mentality.
IoT security requires a long-term commitment that has to be funded, not just paid lip service. Red Hat's Gordon Haff explains.
MOBI's Josh Garrett offers three examples of IoT in the enterprise and explores how a mobility management platform can benefit each.
By applying the right security technologies to the IoT ecosystem, and using a security-first mindset, we can establish trust and security from the ground up.
One of the constant themes that any practitioner in IoT deals with is how to bridge the traditionally separate worlds of OT and IT.
Turning IoT data into actionable insights requires an integrated approach. Mark Troester of Progress explains how it can be done.
By making IoT technology more affordable, mass adoption and therefore significant benefits could be achieved in supply chains across the globe.
Proposed security standards in the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act are good, explains Birst's Rick Spickelmier, but they're bare minimum for IoT vendors.
ServiceChannel's Hugues Meyrath says companies will increasingly turn to innovative, connected tech to unlock revenue, reduce costs and enhance the customer experience.