IoT Agenda

Internet of Things (IoT) Cloud

  • What 2019's 'summer of outages' means for IoT

    Guest Contributor Mehdi Daoudi - Catchpoint 08 Jan 2020
  • 2019 was a tough year for cloud service providers as outages affected big companies such as Google and Apple, and businesses must implement several preventative steps to ensure their IoT devices ...

  • It’s tough living on the edge

    Guest Contributor Gordon Haff - Red Hat 06 Jan 2020
  • Edge computing has advantages in latency, but dealing with failure resiliency and automation, where both distribution and scale are so great, can be especially challenging.

  • Are there only three IoT use cases?

    Guest Contributor Ken Figueredo - More With Mobile 27 Dec 2019
  • Following the fifth edition of IoT Solutions World Congress, vendors discussed the future of the IoT market and several use cases for IoT platforms and applications.

  • SMBs and the great cloud video opportunity

    Guest Contributor Andreas Pettersson - Arcules 27 Nov 2019
  • As the role of video data continues to grow in importance, SMBs will need to look to cloud solutions to keep pace with the ever-evolving surveillance landscape and maintain a competitive advantage.

  • The unique requirements for the edge data layer

    Guest Contributor Laz Vekiarides - ClearSky Data 25 Oct 2019
  • Where data is stored affects both distribution and connectivity. By keeping data in the right type of storage with dedicated private lines, organizations can improve both performance and security.

  • How distributed ledger technology can serve megacities of the future

    Guest Contributor Christopher Justice - Atlas City 22 Aug 2019
  • Atlas City's Christopher Justice, explores the challenges of smart city IoT infrastructures, and how new technologies can enable smart cities to dramatically improve life for megacity inhabitants.

  • Where is the edge in edge computing?

    Guest Contributor Gordon Haff - Red Hat 07 Aug 2019
  • Organizations across industries have invested in edge computing, but what the edge looks like depends on the context. Red Hat's Gordon Haff explains what IT pros mean when they talk about the edge.