IoT Agenda

Internet of Things (IoT) Data Management

  • Autonomous driving fuels massive data growth of IoT

    Guest Contributor Joy King - Vertica, a Micro Focus Product Group 06 Sep 2019
  • All data must play a role in organizations hoping to keep a competitive edge with an IoT deployment. Vertica's Joy King explains how unstructured data will seem small compared to IoT data used for ...

  • IoT, 5G and the need for smart streaming

    Guest Contributor Dheeraj Remella - VoltDB 06 Sep 2019
  • Data architecture must keep up with the changes that new technologies -- including 5G and IoT -- bring to the edge. Dheeraj Remella explains how smart streaming is essential for data processing.

  • How to make IoT data a performing asset

    Guest Contributor Tomer Shiran - Dremio 29 Aug 2019
  • Some IoT data is left to sit in data lakes, undermining performance. Co-Founder and CEO of Dremio, Tomer Shiran, discusses how organizations can migrate this unused data into analytics tools.

  • Insurers benefit from AI and IoT, and so do their customers

    Guest Contributor Marius Blaesing - Getsafe 26 Aug 2019
  • As IoT devices continue to change and become more useful, businesses such as insurance companies are seeing the benefits these devices can offer them, and Marius Blaesing, Founder and CTO at ...

  • Grab the right IoT tool for the job

    Guest Contributor Richard Beeson - OSIsoft 23 Aug 2019
  • Managing IoT data requires IT pros to understand when to use a specialized or general-purpose tool. OSIsoft's Richard Beeson explains how the difference between information and data determines the ...

  • Mapping the device flow genome

    Guest Contributor Greg Murphy - Ordr 21 Aug 2019
  • Mapping complex systems is a daunting task. But Ordr President and CEO, Greg Murphy, dives into how organizations can map the device flow genome to assist with identifying IoT devices and gain ...

  • IoT brings the physical and digital worlds together

    Guest Contributor Dipesh Patel - Arm 21 Aug 2019
  • In order to accurately represent business values and show how IoT solves issues, organizations must understand how to bridge the gap between the physical and digital landscape.

  • Use network telemetry for improved IoT analytics

    Guest Contributor Jonah Kowall - Kentik 14 Aug 2019
  • Organizations use traffic data, such as NetFlow, sFlow and IPFIX, to send IoT information within a network flow. This provides benefits such as industry accepted data formats and improved IoT ...

  • Disentangle IoT's legal and ethical considerations

    Guest Contributor Helena Lisachuk - Deloitte Consulting BV 13 Aug 2019
  • Even expert IT pros can find it challenging to navigate compliance and regulation issues for IoT. When you add in international policies, such as GDPR, there are even more laws and best practices ...

  • What are the biggest problems IoT data scientists face?

    Guest Contributor Alex Fly - Quickpath 08 Aug 2019
  • With technology evolving rapidly and IoT growing exponentially, IoT data scientists continue to face challenges. Quickpath's Alex Fly discusses ways for data scientists to face these issues and ...

  • Is software eating the connected world?

    Guest Contributor Joy King - Vertica, a Micro Focus Product Group 02 Aug 2019
  • Organizations that understand data in real-time will have the competitive edge. Vertica's Joy King discusses how embedded analytics is the future of software.

  • Making smart building systems work for you

    Guest Contributor Sudhi Sinha - Johnson Controls 02 Aug 2019
  • Smart buildings can increase employee productivity and decrease operational costs. Johnson Controls' Sudhi Sinha explains what organizations can do with IoT data from smart building sensors to make ...

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