Internet of Things (IoT) Platform
App developers play a critical role in turning IoT data into user intent knowledge, helping better deliver services when and where needed.
Technology made a big impact on our lives in 2017; so that now begs the question: What trends will 2018 hold? BoldIQ's Roei Ganzarski takes a look.
The internet of things has changed the paradigm of single-vendor, end-to-end methodology; IoT is too complex to approach alone. Cisco's Maciej Kranz explains.
Java is a great starting point for IoT applications when it comes to ubiquity as well as in-built security and encryption technology.
Delivering IoT services demands an ecosystem of partners and customers along with new business models for generating value and enabling growth.
IoT is a tool for achieving something. So, if IoT is the answer, it's critical to discover what question you need IoT to answer.
Companies worldwide in every industry are realizing the importance of integrating powerful, connected communications tools with IoT.
Existing technologies and standards -- including the cloud, LPWA and open IoT standards -- provide cities the tools needed to deploy smart city applications.
Chris Matthieu of Citrix offers his take on IoT technology innovations in 2018 – many of which don't have to be conservative to be credible.
To achieve cyber-resilience, the smart building industry and developers must strictly deploy smart systems that have security built in from the start.
Artificial intelligence is a hot topic, but as BoldIQ's Roei Ganzarski notes, true AI doesn't exist today; what we're experiencing is augmented intelligence.
As IoT projects move from OT to IT, we'll see the rise of general-purpose over single-purpose IoT, which ultimately will enable digital transformation.
AI and edge computing are hot topics, but real-world implementations aren't as simple as they might sound. More With Mobile's Ken Figueredo explains.
The internet of things is having a big impact on mobile application development. To succeed, mobile app developers need to keep IoT top of mind.
Artificial intelligence can help companies find gold, but for successful AI, the data matters more than the algorithm, says Flutura's Rick Harlow.