Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy
The IoT conversation is shifting from 'what' to 'where' and 'how,' as seen in this roundup of the most thought-provoking IoT blogs of 2017.
In 2018, IoT data paired with machine learning and end-to-end service visibility will become key determiners for success.
Modern supply chains using IoT have the power to ensure customer expectations are not only met, but exceeded. SAP's Hans Thalbauer explains.
While reflecting on this year, whether the IoT predictions we all made last year came true and looking into the future, a few things stand out to me. First and foremost, companies realizing early ...
TestPlant's Antony Edwards offers five IoT predictions for 2018, from the growth of as a service to the emergence of vermin control in smart homes.
As systems become more intelligent, they evolve to a point where the user or administrator should integrate them into the decision-making process.
SAS Institute's Tamara Dull offers an IoT rendition of the Bing Crosby classic, "White Christmas," filled with IoT gadgets and holiday fun.
Autodesk's Lona Dallessandro takes a look at the rollback of the net neutrality ruling and the potential impacts it will have on the IoT market.
Saviant Consulting's Yatish Patel offers five factors, from security to interoperability, to consider for a successful enterprise IoT implementation.
Using the wrong solder paste -- as mundane as it may sound – can derail highly promising IoT projects. NexLogic's Zulki Khan explains.
Whether you call it a security fabric, expert system or something else, says Fortinet's James Cabe, the singularity caused by IoT and OT must be addressed.
The Jetsons made IoT look easy -- and cool. What they never showed us, though, is the creepy or just plain wrong that sometimes accompanies the cool.
Francisco Maroto of OIES Consulting takes a look at 2017 and 2018 predictions, where there have been just many successes as failures.
To address IoT challenges and reduce IoT complexity, developers should embrace collaborative lifecycle management and continuous engineering technologies.
With the growth of the internet of things and the rollout of 5G in sight, companies need to rethink how they serve the digitally connected consumer.