Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy
Social media has made it easy for anyone to call out the mistakes in products that tech developers create. Basic cybersecurity practices can prevent IT pros from becoming the next viral sensation ...
As data floods in from IoT devices and applications move to the cloud, organizations should consider separating storage from compute with the NVMe/TCP standard.
It's easy to get caught up on the numbers when it comes to potential business investments, but organizations should be weary of an obsession with ROI and sometimes just dive into an IoT project.
Without a solid foundation for an IoT deployment, organizations won't be able to extract the valuable data that leads to actionable insights to ensure business success.
The number of connected devices continues to grow, and so do notification systems. Without AI, businesses and users miss out on critical operational insights they can gather from IoT data alerts.
As IoT continues to grow, healthcare providers are left with a critical issue: IoMT cyberthreats. Combining automation with a system of best practices, policies and procedures can help prevent IoMT ...
Before manufacturers even begin to develop an IoT device, organizations must consider if connecting devices will actually serve a purpose that's worth making them vulnerable to cyberattacks.
The first step to ensure a digital transformation's success is to adopt a planning process with specified business goals that can get the most out of new technology, including IoT.
IoT sensors and predictive analytics in the healthcare industry will change people's lives by identifying big picture patterns beyond any one individual's health.
IT pros can lead their organization in a successful digital transformation by prioritizing customer experience and capitalizing on IoT data-driven insights to make business decisions.
IoT tech can help those in enterprise asset management get a better grip on data, enabling them to optimize the use of resources and automate processes.
The relationship between humans and computers continues to evolve. What does it mean for the future of work? Steve Wilson sits down with James Bulpin to discuss.
Data architecture must keep up with the changes that new technologies -- including 5G and IoT -- bring to the edge. Dheeraj Remella explains how smart streaming is essential for data processing.
The power to improve IoT security caused by negligent developing practices is in the users hands. Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology's Parham Eftekhari suggests ways that anyone can ...
A healthy IoT business includes strong recurring and expansive revenue models for existing customers. Flexera's Cris Wendt provides key goals to reach efficient IoT monetization models.