Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy
Testing smart device performance is one piece of the puzzle; IoT requires a paradigm shift in the way products and solutions are developed and tested.
A number of products and technologies on display at CES 2017 pushed boundaries and are helping fuel innovation, especially as they relate to IoT.
There are a variety of actions manufacturers, service providers and consumers alike can take to work towards greater overall IoT security.
As we look to 2017 and beyond, we'll see IIoT continue to revolutionize organizations, with the biggest transformations being led in three key areas.
Small businesses are uncertain as to the extent they are affected by IoT security issues. It's time to become a trusted security advisor to your customers.
With proper planning and intelligent design, IoT can be approached in a manner to minimize risk and deliver increasing benefits through the entire value chain.
Secure connectivity infrastructure in an IoT-enabled world includes a few basic building blocks that every organization should be aware of.
The ISDN switch-off is inevitable. Currently there is a need to find an appropriate alternative. IoT and M2M communication could be used in this case.
In IoT, killer apps represent solutions to real business problems, solutions that are obvious, immediate and easy to understand.
When it comes to enhancing customer experience with the internet of things, it's all about striking the right balance.
Wearables and assisted reality make people more competitive, helping them work smarter, safer and faster by augmenting their skills, not replacing them.
Take a look at some of the trends that are expected to both boost and hamper the internet of things in making things work better in 2017.
The connectivity and real-time analytics inherent in the internet of things could be the game changer for retailers' inventory woes.
Energy and asset management solutions have in many ways been hit by the "perfect storm" for IoT-driven acceleration and evolution.
Mature open standards and communications protocols have made it easier for disparate devices to communicate and for communicated data to be read, sorted, analyzed and acted upon.