IoT Agenda:

October, 2017


October 31, 2017  2:49 PM

How mobile operators can bring the smart city to life

Aman Brar Profile: Aman Brar
GATEWAY, Gateways, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IOT Network, MNO, Mobile connectivity, Mobility, Smart cities, smart city

Can you relate to this? You find that one elusive parking spot -- and as you are backing up, another car sneaks in. A study conducted last month in the U.K. found that more than half of British drivers suffer from stress when they cannot find a parking space. Probably all drivers in major towns and...

October 31, 2017  12:34 PM

Four stages of securing the super-connected world

Srinivasan CR Profile: Srinivasan CR
cybersecurity, Data-security, DDOS, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, iot security, security in IOT

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The initiative by the Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance is a huge collaborative effort spanning both public and private sectors, and a good demonstration of how the industry is coming together to safeguard the...


October 31, 2017  10:48 AM

DevOps issues multiply in IoT environments

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
Agile, Agile software development, Collaboration, DevOps, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IT, IT staff, Operational technology, Software development, Waterfall

My high school freshman son has been pretty stressed out these past couple of weeks. Dealing with the pressures of multiple teachers giving assignments all due on the same day has been very frustrating. As I watched him tackling mounds of math homework, I considered similar struggles that happen...


October 30, 2017  2:20 PM

How managed services can get the most out of IoT

Christoph Ruef Profile: Christoph Ruef
Analytics, Data Analytics, Fleet Management, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, iot security, MSP, Service providers

IoT-enabled products are everywhere -- or at least will be soon. Gartner projects that there will be more than 20 billion connected devices by 2020. Businesses already recognize the potential of IoT to deliver value. According to a recent...


October 30, 2017  2:18 PM

Where is the first CTO turned CEO?

Avi Chesla Avi Chesla Profile: Avi Chesla
CEO, CISO, CTO, cybersecurity, Equifax, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Security, security in IOT

Where do CEOs come from? What roads led them to their exalted and all-powerful roles? In a world of sprinting technology, internet-enabled systems across every enterprise and increasing cybersecurity threats, this is an unexpected but existentially relevant question to ask. According to a


October 27, 2017  3:18 PM

Three key criteria in an IoT PCB stencil design

Zulki Khan Profile: Zulki Khan
Design, Hardware, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT hardware

Designing a stencil for a conventional rigid printed circuit board (PCB) is challenging enough in this day and age, but designing a stencil for a much smaller IoT rigid-flex or flex circuit takes on a considerably new...


October 27, 2017  12:15 PM

The intersection of blockchain and IoT is all about trust

Jessica Groopman Jessica Groopman Profile: Jessica Groopman
Bitcoin, Blockchain, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, lifecycle management, M2M, trust

There are already more connected devices on earth than there are humans. The number of network-connected and intercommunicating devices is expected to climb well into the tens of billions within a few years. As the...


October 26, 2017  3:11 PM

IoT to the rescue: Saving brick-and-mortar retail?

Cindy Provin Profile: Cindy Provin
Amazon, Apple, contactless payments, Data integrity, Data-security, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, retail, retailers, security in IOT

IoT technology may be able to save brick-and-mortar retailers -- provided they have a proper security strategy in place. After all, IoT...


October 26, 2017  12:56 PM

Three steps to blend cloud and edge computing on IoT

Robert van der Meulen Profile: Robert van der Meulen
Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, Data Management, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT hardware, IOT Network, Network architecture

Over the past few years, the internet of things has exploded. Thanks to Moore's Law, which states that the number of transistors in each chip will double about every 18 months, hardware developers have been able to fit much more...


October 26, 2017  10:27 AM

A year in the life of IoT: From security instigator to business enabler

Geoff Webb Profile: Geoff Webb
Digital transformation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, iot security, security in IOT

Rewind to roughly a year ago when the Mirai malware and associated botnet burst onto the scene with the largest distributed denial-of-service attack ever seen, hammering service providers and websites alike....


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