IoT Agenda:

February, 2017


February 9, 2017  11:35 AM

How the internet of things is changing corporate innovation

Mark Benson Profile: Mark Benson
Collaboration, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, innovation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications

For many companies, the internet of things has suddenly become the thing: a techno-competitive mega-trend that can no longer be ignored. However, creating an effective IoT strategy -- and carrying it out with excellence -- can be difficult and confusing.

February 8, 2017  5:30 PM

IoT: The ultimate enabler for a digital supply chain

Guy Courtin Profile: Guy Courtin
Data Management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, Supply chain, Supply Chain analysis

The internet of things is coming to a supply chain near you. There will be 50 to 200 billion connected "things" by the end of this decade. Regardless of which research numbers you follow, we are about to be inundated by connected devices and things. IoT will be throwing off


February 8, 2017  10:47 AM

The dark side of the internet of things: The security challenge

Marc Wilczek Marc Wilczek Profile: Marc Wilczek
Consumer IoT, DDOS, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security

Even though they differ greatly, what analyst and vendor projections all agree on is that the number of connected internet of things devices will essentially go through the roof over the next couple of years. Estimates range anywhere from 20 to 50 billion connected IoT devices by 2020 -- with...


February 7, 2017  4:36 PM

Seamless security with wearables: What’s possible?

Erik Perotti Profile: Erik Perotti
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Wearables

Below, we will explore the technical elements of a security-oriented wearable, and subsequent posts will concentrate on the balancing act between great security and end-user convenience. To establish identity, we're all used to our username/password combination, and probably have started using...


February 7, 2017  11:18 AM

Recap: 2016’s largest commercial and industrial IoT funding rounds

Isaac Brown Profile: Isaac Brown
Enterprise IoT, Funding, IIoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IT funding

In addition to a series of high-profile acquisitions (including Jasper, Wyless, Solair,


February 3, 2017  11:36 AM

How enterprises can introduce IoT to legacy BI solutions

William Creekbaum Profile: William Creekbaum
Analytics, BI, Business Intelligence, Data Analytics, Data Management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, Machine learning, Predictive Analytics, Prescriptive analytics

Most articles about the internet of things and its impact on business intelligence are targeted towards an IT audience and focus on real-time data ingestion, big data technology and analytic solutions for...


February 2, 2017  3:54 PM

IoT architected for security

Hugo Fiennes Profile: Hugo Fiennes
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, platform

It seems like every week there's another doom and gloom story about how IoT security is irretrievably broken. In general, the stories involve a number of players:

  1. Manufacturers who appear to have more interest in shipping devices than developing the functioning basics...


February 2, 2017  11:27 AM

Regulating IoT to improve security could harm the market

Jose Nazario Profile: Jose Nazario
Internet of Things, iot, iot security, regulation, Regulations

We're all watching the rapid advance of the internet of things -- from self-driving cars and connected homes to drone grocery deliveries and smart hairbrushes -- with excitement and trepidation. The thrill about the potential for vast improvements in life and work is tempered when our confidence in...


February 1, 2017  3:16 PM

Cool IoT customer experiences brought to you by NFC at CES

Paula Hunter Profile: Paula Hunter
"Consumer Electronic Show", CES, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, near field communication, NFC

Over 175,000 people descended on Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronic Show (CES). The lines were long, the noise volume was high, but one thing that cut through all the clutter was the tremendous amount of companies showcasing how


February 1, 2017  12:32 PM

Smart streetlight project helps Oklahoma Gas and Electric keep the lights on

Sharon Shea Sharon Shea Profile: Sharon Shea
Internet of Things, iot, smart city, Smart grid, Smart lighting

Oklahoma Gas and Electric is to add smart streetlight technology to its smart grid initiative to not only improve customer service and reliability, but also improve system efficiency and reduce energy consumption. The utility company services 30,000 square miles, most of which is in Oklahoma...


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