Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT)
For IoT to really take off and deliver the efficiencies it promises, devices need to be able to communicate easily and seamlessly through open standards.
Every step in the agri-food supply chain can benefit greatly from IoT in logistics, all the way from farmers maximizing output to reducing food wastage.
As more and more organizations embark on a digital transformation journey and turn to IoT for a competitive edge, business assurance will be key.
To realize the full benefits of IoT, stakeholders must rely on three critical components: reliable connectivity, trusted security and an agile monetization framework.
The IoT edge lets developers move application logic to exactly where the data is located at any moment in time for performance, reliability and security.
While BI technology is reasonably mature, we are yet to see exactly where the IoT train is headed and how it will manifest itself in the business world.
Knowing where data resides in an IoT world is critical; consider the benefits of identifying data, keeping it available and using it for more efficient use cases.
Integrated and intelligent services are changing how organizations interact with connected data, representing a global reality: an IT/OT convergence.
The combination of IoT and big data brings many opportunities to the enterprise, especially when it comes to boosting your security strategy.
A smart transit system is helping the fastest growing region in the U.S. combat traffic woes and the first mile/last mile problem while optimizing routes.
The rise of the internet of things combined with a fast-changing regulatory environment requires a new mindset on consent and privacy -- and soon.
Identifying and defining key characteristics of a cloud-based IoT monetization engine will help businesses succeed not just today, but for years to come.
Digital transformation is making short work of organizations that do not evolve. However, to be successful, leadership and current skills are a must.
Shifting the culture of an industrial company to more quickly adopt and embrace digitization will be one of the biggest factors in a successful digital transformation.
When cities apply IoT to the larger challenges facing them, they will improve sustainability while implementing solutions that improve the urban experience.
In part one of this two-part Q&A, Whit Diffie weighs in on the privacy risks in an unprotected IoT world and explains why he doesn't own a Nest thermostat.
Blockchain, while still an emerging solution, is one of the more intriguing technologies with potential to set us down the road towards a secure IoT world.
While many sessions at IoT Evolution Expo focused on wider-area, lower-data-rate standards, there wasn't much agreement over which is best.
Fostering innovation and cross-divisional collaboration along with a keen focus on services and data, organizations can embrace IoT for long-term success.
The promise of IoT is to not only light up dark parts of the supply chain, but also to fundamentally change how our supply chains operate.
Overcoming the internet of things security challenge requires the work of consumers, vendors and governments alike.
If you would like to rely on a wearable as a source of identity verification, there are some key things to keep in mind.
2016 saw some of the largest individual funding rounds for commercial and industrial internet of things companies. Review a list of some of those companies.
It's important to shift the focus of discussion to the solutions required to drive clear, tangible business value with IoT and BI.
A functioning internet of things requires everyone to take security seriously; learn the part a secure platform has to play.
Internet of things security is a rightful concern, but jumping into regulating IoT may not be the best move for the IoT market as a whole.
NFC, IoT and CES. Three three-letter acronyms that belong together. Check out some of the coolest NFC and IoT implementations at CES 2017.
Many technologies ride the popularity wave and subsequently become a channel -- and not core to business needs. Will IoT follow the same path?