Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
IoT security is no joke; even the most innocuous connected device can threaten the entire network. Thales eSecurity's John Grimm discusses the risks and how PKI can help address them.
In this Q&A, ITA's Julia Kanouse speaks with Cisco's Chuck Byers about the challenges and next frontiers of IoT in mobility, smart cities and urban technology.
Artificial intelligence is a significant driver in the growth of the IoT consumer market, as it significantly increases applications of the technology. Essence's Ohad Amir outlines three ways AI ...
We're on a journey to a world where new tech advancements will change travelers' experiences. Gemalto's Kate Migon and Neville Pattinson explain these changes and how they add to the adventure.
Once you have an outcome-based focus in mind, there are a number of steps to take to build end user-enabled predictive analytics. GE Power Digital's Matt Schnugg discusses.
Consumer packaged goods companies are uncovering new, valuable uses for IoT technologies that weren't possible a few years ago. MOBI's Josh Garett explains the intersection of IoT and CPG.
With the number of physical objects consumers interact with daily growing, it is wise for companies to evaluate which products could be a gateway to a larger service model. EPAM Continuum's Eric ...
While internet service providers have become an invisible brand in many households, the smart home movement presents an opportunity which Calix's Michael Weening says ISPs cannot ignore.
A number of key IoT trends stood out at Mobile World Congress Americas, from smart cities to connected retail to IIoT. ADRF's Greg Najjar discusses.
Interference is a major issue for IoT devices. What can be done about it? Keysight Technologies' Cheryl Ajluni explains why the answer is coexistence testing.
Connected devices -- and the people they connect -- are having a major impact on healthcare, retail consumer packaged goods industries. Infor's Guy Courtin outlines the benefits and challenges.
Z-Wave Alliance's Mitchell Klein explains why the marriage of smart homes and insurtech can help insurance models evolve, become more efficient and improve customer experience and satisfaction.
IoT brings new sources of customer data together that allows retailers to uncover missed opportunities, says StoreAdvise's Dan Natale, and provide the insights needed to turn these opportunities ...
App development companies need to adopt IoT to stay relevant and improve their mobile app development process. Hyperlink InfoSystem's Harnil Oza outlines how to get started.
As a field requiring constant evolution and experimentation, marketing can greatly benefit from the power IoT data has to offer. Nexsoftsys' James Warner explains.