ForgeRock's Ashley Stevenson examines the security, data and connected services being developed to make new mobility an everyday, on-the-go reality.
Nearly 99% of all IoT data collected is wasted – but why? HarperDB's Stephen Goldberg explains why the data management industry must transform to solve the problem.
Splunk's Erick Dean offers five key technology trends Industry 4.0 is talking about today that are making manufacturers rethink planned versus unplanned maintenance.
The next wave of biometrics is here. The combination of AI-software and 3D cameras, says SensibleVision's George Brostoff, is ready to revolutionize public safety and security.
Flexera's Eric Free explains how software composition analysis software can help IIoT developers scan and manage the components used during IIoT development ensure IIoT security.
The cloud is absolutely a necessary piece of IIoT deployments, says Stratus' Jason Andersen, but that doesn't mean you should abandon edge computing systems.
Smart cities, says ClearBlade's Aaron Allsbrook, can enable ecosystems, entice technology pioneers and provide gravitational pull for diverse arts and ethnic communities.
The secret to choosing IoT connectivity technology, says Deloitte Consulting's Helena Lisachuk, is about focusing on your business not on the technology.
There's a lot to be gained by adopting IoT or IIoT within OT networks and ICS environments, says Nozomi Networks' Andrea Carcano, but cybersecurity cannot be ignored.
IoT printed circuit boards are evolving to meet the size, performance, reliability and cost demands of IoT deployments. NexLogic's Zulki Khan explains the different IoT PCB options available.
The right technology can help keep small- and medium-sized oil and gas producers in the game. However, as FreeWave's Scott Allen explains, connecting intelligent systems with the right technology ...
IoT-enabled home devices and sensors generate valuable insights for consumers, says Earth Networks' Amena Ali. Here are three key outcomes of IoT improving customer experience.
As we have seen with a number of use cases, IoT and digitization makes way to endless opportunities -- so why not apply our learnings to infrastructure? Infor's Guy Courtin discusses.
Organizations today need data scientists to analyze the business intelligence provided by IoT data. However, as TIBCO's Mark Palmer explains, more people need to become stats-savvy to benefit.
IoT growth is estimated to be tremendous. However, meeting the need for IoT security controls, says Cytellix's Brian Berger, will be a massive undertaking.