Internet of Things (IoT) Data Management
The same technologies that have transformed the way we live promise to change the way we work. Citrix Systems' Steve Wilson explores the potential uses and changing needs of IoT-enabled workplaces.
Organizations will bring compute and storage systems to the edge as the demands on bandwidth increase and response times slow. AppDynamics' AJ Jindal explains how edge computing technology reduces ...
Data presents the greatest value in IoT, but also one of its biggest challenges. InfluxData's David Simmons discusses how to design with data in mind and manage the data deluge.
Organizations must train their machine learning models to create real-world applications, such as facial recognition check-ins. Exadel's Jonathan Fries discusses the do's and don'ts of using ...
The IoT market will continue to see rapid growth for the next few years, so Kinetica's Nima Negahban advises that organizations take advantage of potential returns and invest in IoT now.
Any data scientist would want to remove bias from their machine learning model. FICO's Scott Zoldi reminds organizations that it's easy to forget biases can be imputed from the confounding variables.
IoT technology has enhanced GPS tracking for transportation and improving consumer's daily lives. Rewire Security's Ekim Sarbardak explores the potential of IoT-enabled tracking.
Organizations must find more efficient ways to process data as the number of edge IoT devices increases. Canonical's Tom Canning explains how snap deltas work to reduce the size of data transfers.
Smart devices have changed the way that consumers live, but the technology has the greatest potential at the edge of industrial organizations, Stratus Technologies' Jason Andersen explains.
Edge computing could generate more than half of all organization-generated data within the next few years. Actian's Lewis Carr speculates on the changes edge computing will spur in IoT.
Following a series of panels with technology leaders, Equinix's Chiaren Cushing outlines the top recurring IoT themes to help enterprises ensure the success of their connected projects.
A smart city is smart because of its data. IoT sensors are key to the smart city data puzzle, explains Geotab's Mike Branch, enabling cities to be more proactive and provide better quality of life ...
The need for IoT edge processing is real, but we're not quite there yet in terms of deployment. Rocket Wagon Venture Studios' Don DeLoach explains how edge processing and a good data set will ...