Internet of Things (IoT) Network Infrastructure
Converging IT and OT networks naturally exposes critical devices and processes to new threats. Fortinet's Peter Newton outlines how NAC and segmentation can help sure IIoT.
To graduate from the 'AOL stage' of IoT to advanced-class IoT, we have to do work in three key areas, as well as ensure inherent trust. Dell Technologies' Jason Shepherd discusses how.
Nearly all IoT use cases require some element of location. However, achieving this on low-power devices can be challenging. Skyhook's Kipp Jones explains how TDOA and Wi-Fi can solve the problem.
The relationship between the cloud and IoT is evolving. Deloitte Digital's Robert Schmid explains where fog computing fits in and the role it plays in an IoT system.
Despite the touted benefits of IoT for mobile operators, few are reaping them. Openwave Mobility's Aman Brar offers three areas mobile operators should hone in on to successfully monetize IoT.
Edge computing allows the processing and actioning of data to happen at the collection source, explains Adobe's Anjul Bhambhri, leading to submillisecond responses and actioning that improve the ...
The 'X as a service' trend, says Tata Communications' Tim Sherwood, is helping differentiate MVNOs as they launch and maintain value-added services in the IoT world.
The sheer number of 'things' today is forcing an inevitable shift to the edge. Dell's Jason Shepherd discusses the ins and outs of the IoT edge, as well as the many faces of edge computing.
Most professional services organizations are stuck in the earliest stages of adopting IoT. MOBI's Josh Garrett explains why this industry is challenged by IoT.
While 5G will play a critical role extending mobile connectivity, until it is fully realized there is something that can fill its place: private LTE. ADRF's Greg Najjar explains.
Arm's Dipesh Patel discusses five key reasons why organizations may want to deploy IoT systems in either an on-premises or hybrid environment versus solely in the public cloud.