Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT)
IoT captures details of the "things" in this world, letting us know what's going to happen next without having to understand the "why" of the equation.
From the PC revolution to the cloud, smartphones, data centers and finally the internet of things, there's a never-ending sea of valuable information becoming available to smart business leaders.
The convergence of IT and OT is creating a number of security risks that must be addressed. Are DMZ and segmentation the answer?
Cyber-physical systems are the fourth industrial revolution. Yet along with the benefits come a number of security threats that must be mitigated.
Turning an IoT idea into a value-driving application requires frequent iteration and close collaboration between the business and IT. Learn how rapid experimentation can help.
Massive IoT, one of the main application segments for 5G identified by standard body 3GPP, requires strong security to defend against targeted attacks.
While consumer internet of things applications and devices can make our lives easier, it's in enterprise IoT where there's real value.
Explore the key stages of an IoT project and the IoT connectivity considerations you'll need to make as you scale from IoT prototype to production.
By intentionally applying four core principles to all civic initiatives powered by the internet of things, smart cities will become a ubiquitous reality.
Data is the cornerstone of any geospatial workflow. Learn why the cloud will become an essential part of data collection, processing, modeling and analysis.
Engineering services company Intuitive Machines is using its employees' backgrounds to commercialize space tech for space, energy and medicine.
The Netherlands and South Korea both announced that they had completed nationwide deployments of LoRa networks; is LPWAN ready for prime time?
At its recent investor day, Ford announced its strategy for IoT and how the company plans to make its mark in the connected car industry.
The benefits 5G can bring IoT are aplenty, but there are three industries it stands to help most: connected cars, smart cities and fleet management.
Compromised IoT devices have impacted company brand image, customer loyalty and, ultimately, business value. Learn the key points of IoT security.