Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
Smart city innovation is stifled. Mobile operators have the power to add the "smart" into cities and bring that bright future to life.
Smart devices are changing the game for retailers, but there are risks. Thales eSecurity's Cindy Provin on why data integrity might just save brick-and-mortar retailers.
IoT is streamlining processes and optimizing the supply chain. Telogis' Kelly Frey offers five examples of the benefits of IoT in the supply chain.
Business leaders may recognize the importance of digital transformation, but as Software AG's Kevin Niblock says, they are not so clear on how to enable it.
The greatest IoT challenges aren't from the technology, says Exosite's Mark Benson, but from employees, interdepartmental politics and incumbent corporate processes.
With ticket sales declining, stadiums need to make the game more than just a game. Enter the connected stadium, in which tech-savvy fans feel at home.
IoT influencers, bloggers and IoT speakers are not synonymous with IoT experts, but all of them are helping speed the adoption of the internet of things.
To manage IoT devices, enterprises can now call upon their mobile service provider to offer an automated mobility management (AMM) software platform.
Silicon Labs' Tom Pannell explains the benefits of smart LEDs, from energy savings to agriculture gains to serious health benefits.
Mobile devices and IoT technology are creating a seamless, secure experience for patients and healthcare organizations alike.
Future Platforms' Olivier Legris explores the proliferation of the smart speaker market and considers the threats posed by smart speakers of the future.
IoT is really an 'internet of customer experiences.' Data will grow organically and rapidly, so brands will need to harvest it for powerful relationships.
When IoT products hear what people say and capture their data, says ForgeRock's Eve Maler, trust as a purchasing consideration usurps price, quality and durability.
UPS achieved immense savings by making an incredibly simple change. Athani Krishnaprasad explains how to apply UPS' thinking to your organization.