Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy
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.
Organizations aiming to capture market share and succeed in the IoT healthcare arena must overcome four obstacles which could impede market growth.
As we reinvent business in a mobile-first world, we often forget an important detail: How do we support anytime/anyplace mobile workers and IoT devices?
Organizations must figure out how to secure data transmission to and from the IoT devices connecting to their networks. PKI can help.
There are a number of IoT PCB design layout, fabrication and assembly considerations and nuances companies must be aware of to launch a successful project.
The killer app is what will take the internet of things from being a proof-of-concept project in a lab to a strategic part of the business.
To understand how IoT can help the workplace, it's important to understand what makes meetings bad or unproductive in the first place.
Emerging technologies such as IoT, AI and machine learning will not make everyone a data scientist, but they will help make data scientists more productive.
In a world of evolving cyberthreats, how can governments protect data? Enter blockchain, a growing presence as we move further into the IoT age.
IoT security has been a concern from the get-go, and the Mirai botnet made it mainstream. See what experts' IoT predictions for security in 2017 are.
Learning how to create revenue, making sense of IoT data and preventing latency are among the top themes for industry experts' IoT predictions for 2017.
The opportunities of the internet of things abound; here are five IoT infrastructure resolutions to help organizations find a starting point to IoT success.
If industrial organizations are serious about the internet of things, they must become serious about industrial IoT security.
There are several steps organizations should take to successfully identify and deploy internal IoT initiatives -- without appointing an IoT officer.
The internet of things has grown over the past year, and will continue to see success in 2017. Here are five predictions for what the year holds for IoT.
Taking a look back at 2016, Ryan Lester sheds some light on the really great internet of things milestones we as an industry had this year.
In this Q&A, Chris Witeck and Jeffrey Sanderson of Citrix sit down and discuss the evolution of securing IoT in the enterprise.
Edge computing offers five immediate and measurable results, helping solve many of the real-world challenges of IoT deployments.
Want to be a leading vendor in the nearly half a trillion-dollar IoT market? For starters, be sure to avoid these five pitfalls.
Tesla is revolutionizing the manufacturing world by thinking less like a traditional manufacturer and more like a service provider.
While consumer-grade internet of things devices are hogging the limelight, it will be in real-time data management where the value of IoT lies.
IoT is helping Santa -- and supply chain managers across the globe -- develop more efficient manufacturing and distribution processes than ever before.
The power sector has emerged as an early leader for blockchain, with the potential to cut costs and streamline processes in power industry transactions.
The Internet of People (IoP) is not just more sensor data, but it is a learning process or a study of how people interact with sensor data.
Amazon Go is the company's attempt to disrupt the brick-and-mortar retail experience using computer vision, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
The time to redefine the internet of things from a product-centric view to one built around data and analytics and their building blocks is now.
Blockchain technology is useful in its own way, but is it the answer to securing an internet of things deployment? Learn more.
While a number of companies have been quick to bring new products and devices to the market, only a handful have done that with monetization in mind.
Ubiquitous connectivity is influencing expectations for how we work and go about our daily lives -- expectations that don't go away when we enter buildings.
Artificial intelligence is making inroads in the healthcare industry. Explore five AI disruptions and their benefits coming soon to a hospital near you.
Managing tomorrow's meeting requires fully integrated solutions. Keep employees connected and productive with a hand from IoT and beacon technology.
Your organization's most underutilized sensor is moving to the frontline in an IoT-enabled world. Get ready for video, the next big insight creator.
Smart sensors play an undeniably key role in IoT. Understanding the full set of features and capabilities associated with these sensors is essential.
While the internet of things may not have yet delivered on its promise of seamless home automation, it is making strides in the smart workplace. Learn how.
The journey to IoT success may seem arduous. By managing seven building blocks, companies can accelerate time to market and reduce the risk and cost of IoT.
If IoT applications can help you grow your business, start developing distributed computing systems expertise in your business now.
With the proliferation of IoT devices, there is an obvious need of a data-filtering mechanism at the location of the data generator. Edge analytics fulfills that need.
Fear alone will not yield secure devices. A different approach to incentivizing IoT security -- one that makes it easier to deploy then before -- is critical.
A major study of smart city deployments around the world found most were in the pilot phase, though this is not always clear.
IoT customers have three main barriers that prevent IoT adoption; innovators that understand what customers want will succeed the most in IoT.
Agile methodology is a proven approach; many IoT solutions are built via the agile development process by vendors that know iterative sprints.
As the IoT market continues to grow, so does the silicon chip market -- prompting a wave of mergers and acquisitions in the semiconductor market.
To prevent future attacks and vulnerabilities, embedded security must be added to IoT devices and included in the design of IoT ecosystems.
Just as with conventional printed circuit boards, there are three types of IoT PCBS, each with their own testing standards and processes.
Technologies like IoT and telematics provide huge opportunity for insurers to improve their products and the way they interact with their customers.
The recent Blockchain World Congress conference in New York City explored the implications of blockchain outside the financial services realm.
Deploying IoT in the workplace can improve employee productivity and employee satisfaction -- a win for both management and the company as a whole.
We all need to embrace and cultivate a data value chain, especially in the case of geospatial data, because the benefits are too large to ignore.
Defending against IoT attacks is different than what we're used to; there is need for a real paradigm shift in the development of defense measures for IoT.
A flexible and agnostic platform can connect IoT devices seamlessly, making sure that data flows as it's meant to.
The IoT revolution means change for people and companies. Your company must begin a digital transformation or you will go out of business.
Artificial intelligence or AI can help the next generation of IoT platforms be one that allows things to become thinking, learning objects.
Connected device security has been called into question in wake of the recent IoT botnet. Here are 11 key takeaways from attack.
Far East IoT PCB fabrication may seem like an attractive option, but it isn't always the best when it comes to Class II and Class III projects.
As the internet of things grows, a tangible and continuous revenue stream also grows, the heart of which will be around voice and data.
Accelerating smart home IoT adoption requires several key steps -- taken singularly and collectively -- by technology vendors and today's broader smart home ecosystem.
Without trusted data, we cannot act or bring about real change. In IoT, we have to close the loop in order to trust the data, trust the route and trust the information that is sent back.
We can't expect private key infrastructure to scale for the internet of things; it's time to look beyond PKI to keep IoT safe.
IoT often works in the background, quietly and unobtrusively making life better. But hidden IoT can be a liability when selling it to taxpaying residents.
It's essential IT and OT consider the other's expertise and point of view and work together toward the ultimate goal -- a secure, productive IIoT.
Learn about the standards behind 5G and why they are critical to building the framework for the future connection of a system of all things connected.
Explore considerations for IoT maintenance and upgrades in the three distinct phases of an IoT project: development, deployment and device exploitation in the field.
Participants in a roundtable discussion took a look at the reality of the internet of things market, including recent M&A activity.
The implications of privacy protection issues in the IoT arena have the potential to extend due diligence considerations for CEOs and board liabilities.
Should IoT deployments use LPWAN technologies, 3GPP technologies or both? Consider the benefits and use cases -- and the flaw that needs remediating.
As IoT data grows, our challenge is to develop systems that capture and process data fast, efficiently and at the point where it can have maximum impact. Intelligence at the edge can help.
The Vodafone IoT Barometer 2016 offers a number of key takeaways for everyone working in IoT, connected devices and communications.
Fulfilling the role of the chief IoT officer -- a single person with the talent, skill set and understanding to drive emerging technologies forward -- is a tall order.
The internet of things isn't one market, but five critical battlegrounds, each with its own opportunities, challenges and key players.
When it comes to securing internet of things deployments, companies should take a page from the books of some streaming media services.
With dedicated solutions for the IT access layer, IoT data can be analyzed, acted upon and transmitted from anywhere in an industrial IoT network.
Google, Apple, Uber and Tesla -- the four horsemen of the connected cars -- pack a big threat to established automakers and the car industry as a whole.
IoT security must play an integral role throughout the lifecycle of IoT data to avoid network penetrations and data breaches.
When it comes to the internet of things, it's important to talk about and understand its past in order to understand its future.
Manufacturers need to shift their business models to reap the benefits of the IoT craze. This involves adopting a more software-centric approach.
Moore's Law and Metcalfe's Law planted the seeds for the internet of things decades ago, illustrating and helping to predict potential for IoT.
Deep data not only helps alleviate the stress of ever-increasing amounts of IoT data, but also provides actionable insights for decision makers.
IoT creates a plethora of customer usage data; but how can it be monetized? Explore key factors to keep in mind when deploying a data monetization engine.
To reap the rewards of the internet of things, IoT integration is crucial. Here are eight commandments to help solve the IoT integration problem.
IoT introduces a new culture to product development, meaning the traditional question of "agile or waterfall?" isn't always an easy one to answer.
If vendors can work together to democratize the internet of things, it can become more available and accessible to companies of all shapes and sizes.
From the halls of academia to the boardroom, the internet of things is bringing distributed computing back into spotlight.
IoT market estimates have crossed $19 trillion. So where can you make money? Using IoT in logistics you can do good and make money.
We've all heard that the internet of things can bring great opportunities to your business, but is it a must have? To answer this question, just look at the ROI of IoT.
Most organizations add IoT to legacy infrastructure. To avoid failure, projects in these environments must address performance testing prior to deployment.
IoT captures details of the "things" in this world, letting us know what's going to happen next without having to understand the "why" of the equation.
From the PC revolution to the cloud, smartphones, data centers and finally the internet of things, there's a never-ending sea of valuable information becoming available to smart business leaders.
The convergence of IT and OT is creating a number of security risks that must be addressed. Are DMZ and segmentation the answer?
Cyber-physical systems are the fourth industrial revolution. Yet along with the benefits come a number of security threats that must be mitigated.
Turning an IoT idea into a value-driving application requires frequent iteration and close collaboration between the business and IT. Learn how rapid experimentation can help.
Massive IoT, one of the main application segments for 5G identified by standard body 3GPP, requires strong security to defend against targeted attacks.
While consumer internet of things applications and devices can make our lives easier, it's in enterprise IoT where there's real value.
Explore the key stages of an IoT project and the IoT connectivity considerations you'll need to make as you scale from IoT prototype to production.
By intentionally applying four core principles to all civic initiatives powered by the internet of things, smart cities will become a ubiquitous reality.
Data is the cornerstone of any geospatial workflow. Learn why the cloud will become an essential part of data collection, processing, modeling and analysis.
Engineering services company Intuitive Machines is using its employees' backgrounds to commercialize space tech for space, energy and medicine.
The Netherlands and South Korea both announced that they had completed nationwide deployments of LoRa networks; is LPWAN ready for prime time?