Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
A frictionless commute may seem too good to be true, but it is feasible. To come to fruition, cities need to make preparations for connected infrastructures and pilot systems now.
As enterprises adopt IoT devices and manufacturers develop enterprise tools, there is a shared responsibility to ensure data is fortified against attacks.
IoT, machine learning and AI are playing increasing roles in helping sales, legal, finance and operations professionals generate and manage revenue processes.
Taking a 'secure by default' approach and building security into IoT from the start, says DigiCert's Dan Timpson, is vital to safeguarding the connected ecosystem.
The internet of things is bringing technology directly into everyone's lives, and exponentially increasing the demands on the user experience and quality.
Like other large enterprises witnessing the benefits of IoT, dairies are using IIoT technologies to enhance production efficiency and profitability.
When it comes to IoT and life sciences, bringing digital insight into the production, distribution and usage of medicine holds great promise.
While the digital divide between rural communities and smart cities grows, 5G, telecom and IoT companies can improve connectivity to help close the gap.
Josh Garrett of MOBI gives a sneak peek into some of the results from the company's latest research on the future of enterprise mobility and IoT.
As internet of things use cases grow, the market is expanding towards the more advanced massive IoT and critical IoT deployments.
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.