Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy
The internet of things is making its way into prisons, changing how inmates interact with others and are monitored. But it's not without its pitfalls.
Smart home integrations will become increasingly important to organizations looking to push the limits of the smart home and encourage consumer adoption.
While Pokémon Go may just be the latest augmented reality craze, smart cities could learn some lessons from its popularity.
As the internet of things and user-experience-based applications continue to dominate customer demands, the benefits of OpsDev over DevOps are becoming clear.
Many are caught up in the promise of IoT rather than the reality of creating customer value. These three items are pillars for assessing IoT progress.
Though energy and water utilities have long been leveraging connected devices, they now stand to gain more benefits from the internet of things.
The smart home market is projected to explode in coming years, but without interoperability, smart home consumers are likely to get frustrated and disappointed.
From initial IoT concept to commercialization of an IoT project, there is a big gap. The industry needs new tools need to fill this gap.
Creating a protocol-agnostic environment for the internet of things is critical for enterprises to achieve success in today's increasingly connected world.
The success of the IoT transformation is dependent on IT pros' ability to manage M2M traffic and assure the uptime and functionality of networks.
Personal safety devices that track user location and send alerts for emergency assistance stand as a unique opportunity for the wearable technology market.
One major concern preventing enterprise internet of things adoption is IoT security. Get help creating an IoT strategy and overcoming IoT security issues.