Internet of Things (IoT) Platform
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.
When it comes to IoT, monetization is key. Flexera's Eric Free explains the opportunities and challenges of subscription and pay-per-use IoT revenue models.
Machine learning is a hot topic nowadays. Mark Troester of Progress explains how machines learn, and how it may impact your AI and machine learning strategies.
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.
Sage's Klaus-Michael Vogelberg offers three key IoT megatrends to watch for over the next year and beyond.
LogiNext's Manisha Raisinghani explains how machine learning and the Kalman filter helped the company improve the accuracy of location data.
Timely, reliable, accessible, trustworthy analytics is the future battlefield on which IoT wars will ultimately be won or lost.
Hitachi Vantara's Greg Knieriemen discusses five ways IoT will permanently change the manufacturing for the better, from improved operational efficiency to improving safety.
Artificial intelligence is transforming how businesses interact with their customers. Axway's Suraj Kumar explains the role of AI in CX and how APIs make it easier to adopt.
Testing IoT isn't the easiest process. Sogeti's Tom van de Ven offers tips on how to approach it and create your IoT test strategy.
Mark Troester of Progress explores the convergence of today's digital trends -- AI, IoT and digital transformation -- and what it means for your business.
2017 was not the year of the smart home. But it is one the IoT segments that will grow fastest during 2018, says Francisco Maroto of OIES Consulting.
We're moving into an era of decentralized and distributed computing where everything computes together as if peer-to-peer nodes on a global mesh computer.
Connected products and IoT systems require much more than a centralized innovation lab can deliver. BrightWolf's James Branigan explains.
The exchange of ideas, expertise and data among people, organizations and governments could enable the corporate world to create more sustainable products and services.