Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
Blockchain could revolutionize insurance for both the insurer and policyholder. Esurance's Haden Kirkpatrick explains.
IoT will drive employee productivity and improve customer interaction. Mindtree's Srinivas Bhagavatula discusses the benefits and challenges of using location sensing in the enterprise.
The voice-driven world is coming. But to succeed, says TestPlant's Antony Edwards, the challenges facing the human-machine interface must be solved.
Venuetize's Nimish Shrivastava explains how the Augmented Age is leading to new ways of experiencing and engaging with smart spaces, as well as opportunities for the people managing these spaces.
A new generation of mobility services is on the rise. ForgeRock's Michael Tworek outlines the new mobility era, including its challenges, benefits and the role of digital identity in it.
For every hit IoT product, there are dozens of failures. Proper prototyping, while costly, can help developers judge viability and validate the product's market fit. Yeti's Tony Scherba discusses.
MobiDev's Serge Koba outlines five key IoT trends will remain relevant throughout 2018 for developers and business owners alike.
IoT security is a major concern, especially for retailers. JASK's Greg Martin explores the role retailers have to play in securing IoT and keeping themselves and consumers safe.
While IoT security is a major concern that often steals the headlines, IoT privacy is an issue that will affect us all. Fastly's Jose Nazario discusses.
Enterprises are adopting wearables to reap the benefits of people-generated data. However, few realize the challenge of securing them. MOBI's Josh Garrett offers tips to keep enterprise wearables safe.
What does IoT in 2018 hold for us? Infor's Guy Courtin offers insights into consumer IoT, the IoT and AI partnership, IoT privacy and more.
NFC Forum's Paula Hunter highlights four products from CES 2018 that are good examples of NFC technology fueling innovation and product development.
When it comes to consumer IoT, it should be all about the user experience. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case, explains Red Hat's Gordon Haff.
Timely, reliable, accessible, trustworthy analytics is the future battlefield on which IoT wars will ultimately be won or lost.
Urban leaders should put citizens at the heart of smart city strategies to meet the higher expectations and logical outcomes they expect, says Tata Consultancy Services' Seeta Hariharan.