Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy
IT and OT convergence, led by the industrial internet, exposes operational assets to open connectivity and standard protocols. It also opens doors for new threat vectors.
While the next generation likely won't know life without mHealth, it's critical for us today to consider its rate, magnitude and scope of change.
In order to read the benefits the internet of things has to offer, there are four critical steps businesses should take when implementing an IoT strategy.
A building doesn't have to be a depreciating asset, not when IoT is involved. Learn how smart buildings can be put to work for a range of benefits.
Plan your internet of things roadmap for a connected enterprise using Microsoft Azure and discover how to exploit the true potential of an IoT implementation.
IoT-enabled physical sensors provide a goldmine of information, helping monitor and manipulate supply chain processes to derive critical business insights.
When it comes to IoT platforms, it's an all-out race for tech vendors. Take a look at the largest companies' IoT efforts by market capitalization.
Home IoT is becoming increasingly popular. However, cloud connectivity and closed source platforms are increasing the number of home IoT security risks.
The internet of things has great potential, especially when it is viewed as the enabler for something even bigger: the internet of experiences.
Using telepresence robotics, you can have an out-of-body experience like in the movie Avatar. Learn how to build such a robotic system.
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.
A recent survey found IT and field service decision makers believe IoT can bring benefits to the field services industry, but it's not an investment priority.
If your organization is thinking about creating B2B IoT products, learn from the successes and failures of the B2C products that came before it.
New data privacy regulations and company efforts are making strides in establishing digital trust in the era of the internet of things.
Determining when the internet of things isn't the answer is just as critical as knowing when implementing IoT is the right choice.
Learn characteristics of the three teams responsible for developing and delivery IoT software, as well as the strains they put on the IoT delivery chain.
To prevent smart homes from becoming security vulnerabilities, it is critical for vendors and industry regulators to take action.
Seven firms demonstrated a successful application of blockchain technology, and its application in the Internet of Things is clear.
The impact flash storage has on the Internet of Things positions it as a critical fixture to the overall success of IoT initiatives.
In this early stage of IoT, it is critical to establish a scalable solution that will push the industry forward as the volume of devices grow. Blockchain may just be that solution.
IoT sensor data is hard to analyze and act upon in a timely manner. Machine learning lets IoT systems modify their own algorithms to get the best outcome.
The barriers to collaboration in Internet of Things in Logistics must be overcome for IoT to deliver on the promised value.
Blockchain in the Internet of Things has great potential, but this can't be realized without a big shift in business and economic models.
Together, smart home solution providers and energy providers can provide compelling solutions to consumers that will simultaneously grow both the smart home market and home energy management ...
Supporting all tasks is critical to commercializing IoT, especially when it comes to shipping the physical "things" involved.
Personalization and customization are becoming increasingly important elements of smart home vendors' success, and many are vying to become to go-to smart home controller.
An emerging IoT subcategory known as the "location of things" is becoming an organizing principle for anything connecting to the Internet.
End of life is a reality all devices and services will face, even in the world of the Internet of Things.
A recent poll found 87% of respondents had never heard of IoT, and that's not such a bad thing. Invisible IoT may be the ubiquitous computing of the future.
The Internet of Things is cool and its doors are new and enabling. But the battleground will mainly focus on IoT data: the ownership and control.
Future IoT spending will inevitably increase, but how that spending is allocated and how it affects IoT projects is another question.
Separating IoT standards bodies from IoT standards isn't an easy task, and it's hard to say which will emerge as the de-facto one.
Current trends are driving the future of IoT, and its potential is seemingly endless. Here's what we know so far.
Enterprise innovation relies on understanding data. While IoT offers that insight, using that insight is not always a simple matter.
Dependencies inevitably cause IoT downtime. How a business identifies different types of downtime and deals with them can make all the difference in the world.
IBM's hybrid cloud commitments mark a fundamental shift in the IoT community, marking an increased access to innovation and processing power.
To understand consumer and Industrial IoT convergence, its plethora of examples must be considered as they vary greatly.
The Internet of Things isn't about the things, it's about the vast and wide-sweeping value constructs sensors and the data they emit, enable.
Cisco has acquired IoT platform provider Jasper for $1.4 billion.
An Enterprise IoT strategy -- if crafted carefully -- can enable many opportunities for organizations large and small.
PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann says it's time for augmented reality to make its mark on the enterprise.
Medical wearables have become increasingly appealing, but without the proper medtech wearable solution businesses will not reap the benefits of the trend.
The exact number of "things" connecting to the Internet has been the subject of predictions for some time now. Research giant Gartner suggests 20.8 billion devices will connect by 2020 while ...