IoT Agenda:

August, 2018


August 31, 2018  3:13 PM

The edge of disconnected clouds

Jonah Kowall Profile: Jonah Kowall
Amazon, Bosch, Centralized Applications, Cloud providers, Decentralized IT, GE, Google, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IOT Network, IoT platform, Machine learning, Microsoft, Networking, platform, Vendors

It's inevitable that the cycle of the data center will continue, where our processing lives changes with the technology cycles from centralized to decentralized and back...

August 31, 2018  12:55 PM

Cryptojacking infections are coming from inside your home

Anthony Giandomenico Anthony Giandomenico Profile: Anthony Giandomenico
Access control, Botnet, Consumer IoT, cybercriminals, cybersecurity, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, Segmentation

Cryptojacking has become a growing concern. Cybercriminals aren't satisfied with the available supply of vulnerable servers and PCs to hijack in order to mine their favorite cryptocurrency. So, they have added another rich source...


August 30, 2018  2:27 PM

What is a distributed database system?

Steven Graves Profile: Steven Graves
Blockchain, Clustering/High availability, Clusters, Database, Database management, Database Management Systems, Distributed database, High Availability, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, Shard, Sharding

I almost want to cringe when I receive a telephone call or email from a potential customer who says something to this effect: "I need a distributed database for a [fill in system name here] that I'm developing, and it looks like eXtremeDB might be a good fit. Can you share licensing terms with me?"...


August 30, 2018  12:34 PM

Massive and critical IoT: Helping developers choose the right connectivity

Chetan Chaudhary Profile: Chetan Chaudhary
4G, Cellular, Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, LPWAN, LTE, Mobile connectivity, Network connectivity, Wireless

As the world becomes more and more connected -- cars, homes, vending machines -- the opportunity of IoT is that developers can connect almost any durable good to the internet. This is a big deal. But today, the true promise of IoT is just hype because constraints still exist around cost, battery...


August 30, 2018  11:16 AM

How to make data IoT’s new oil

Gordon Haff Profile: Gordon Haff
Data, Data Analytics, Data Management, information technology, Integration, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT platform, IT, Operational technology, platform

If IoT is deeply concerned with data and "data is the new oil" (as UK mathematician Clive Humby asserted in 2006), does that make IoT the new oil? The answer, perhaps unsurprisingly, is that it's complicated. To see why, let's return to the part of Humby's original statement that's


August 29, 2018  2:27 PM

Cutting through the IoT hype: Successfully use IoT at work

Ojas Rege Profile: Ojas Rege
business case, Business model, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot security, Mobility

Technology innovations and enablement are flourishing, and companies are working quickly to implement relevant systems while allowing their employees to use the tools they know and love best to allow for all of the above -- flexibility, choice, security and more. Over the last decade, there has...


August 29, 2018  12:26 PM

Is facial recognition the killer app for AI?

Sudha Jamthe Sudha Jamthe Profile: Sudha Jamthe
ai, airport, Artificial intelligence, Biomemetics robotics, drone, Drones, ethics, Facial recognition, Internet of Things, iot, robot, ROBOTS, security camera network, Security Cameras, smart city

The power of facial recognition has knocked at my door. My Nest Cam IQ Outdoor sends me a notification when a stranger stops at my front door. Facial recognition has the power to transform us to tightly integrated...


August 28, 2018  2:36 PM

Eating too much IoT bandwidth? Deploy containers at the edge

James Kirkland Profile: James Kirkland
Application development, Container, containers, Continuous delivery, Continuous integration, Edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Software development

One purpose of computing is to accomplish tasks. Applications are a fundamental part of computing, and their use is seemingly ubiquitous today. Users often want them to be faster and cheaper. Containers can help drive agile software development processes such as those described by the


August 28, 2018  1:30 PM

The internet of things without AI-enabled IoT? Still dumb

Lauren Horwitz Profile: Lauren Horwitz
ai, Artificial intelligence, Data Analytics, Edge computing, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT devices, Machine learning

While IoT-connected devices began in fits and started several years ago, today they're gathering momentum. That's because the internet of things offers immense possibility by connecting hitherto "dumb" devices to the internet to provide intelligence and decision-making capability in the moment....


August 28, 2018  12:13 PM

Internet of threats: Managing risk and governing it

Ofer Amitai Profile: Ofer Amitai
Governance, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, legislation, patch, patching, regulation, security in IOT, Security patches, security Patching

By now, we have an understanding that IoT devices, while useful and convenient, come with many security concerns. The simplicity that consumers love about IoT devices is, in fact, what makes them so risky. IoT devices are easy to connect to remotely by just about anyone and, unfortunately, not just...


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