IoT Agenda:

Enterprise IoT


November 19, 2018  10:26 AM

Reimagining the IIoT revolution through built-in security

William Diotte Profile: William Diotte
chip security, Cyber security, Endpoint devices, Enterprise IoT, IIoT, IIoT security, industrial internet of things, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, IoT chips, IoT hardware, iot security, Operational technology, OT, OT security

If there's one truth to operational security that many don't want to hear, it's that any system can be compromised. As a multitude of industries like utilities, manufacturing, and oil and gas are adopting industrial internet of things devices -- a market set to boom to

November 7, 2018  12:31 PM

A smart approach to designing IoT products: The iKeyp Smart Safe

Danny Aponte Profile: Danny Aponte
Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, IoT hardware, Software design, Software test design

To meet IoT product design challenges head-on requires thinking through multiple development hurdles early on. Designing an IoT product can be challenging: There are cost and time-to-market considerations on one hand, and on the other is the need to ensure that the final product has a


November 6, 2018  1:11 PM

Internet of things meets consumer packaged goods

Josh Garrett Profile: Josh Garrett
ai, Collaboration, CPG, Data, digital, Enterprise IoT, gps, Internet of Things, Inventory, iot, IoT applications, Mobile, Mobility, retail, RFID, Sensor, Technology

While IoT is more popular than ever among enterprise technology teams, some industries have been slow to invest. Unlike MOBI's consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector customers, companies without a mobility management...


November 6, 2018  11:34 AM

What it takes to establish a strategic edge in IoT

Ken Figueredo Profile: Ken Figueredo
Enterprise IoT, future, Internet of Things, Interoperability, iot, Planning

McKinsey's recent article, "What it takes to get an edge in the internet of things" advised firms to focus on three habits:

  1. Begin with what you already do, make or sell;
  2. Climb the learning curve with multiple use cases; and
  3. Embrace opportunities for business...


November 5, 2018  12:52 PM

Challenges of data management in the internet of things

Chiaren Cushing Profile: Chiaren Cushing
Data Management, Encryption, Enterprise IoT, HSM, Infrastructure, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, iot security, Key management

The trajectory of data growth resulting from myriad devices -- macro to micro -- that capture or create data is beyond astounding. There's more data today than yesterday; there will be more -- much more -- data tomorrow than today. The internet of things is the newest contributor to the massive...


November 5, 2018  10:14 AM

What’s your tire? Using IoT to transform your product into a service

Eric Bogner Profile: Eric Bogner
Business model, Consumer IoT, Customer satisfaction, Digital transformation, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT devices, Product as a Service, product development

Consider the humble car tire. This round treaded rubber tube is arguably the most important component of your automobile, particularly when it comes to performance and safety. It's the only part of your vehicle that actually touches the ground -- the tire lives, quite literally, where the rubber...


November 2, 2018  1:10 PM

How can service providers shift into the center of the smart home experience?

Michael Weening Profile: Michael Weening
bridge, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, GATEWAY, hub, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, ISP, LPWAN, smart home, Speakers, Voice platform, Wi-Fi

According to research from Parks Associates, the majority of American consumers (60%) buys or leases their residential gateway from their internet service provider (ISP). However, existing gateways are not perceived by consumers as an important part of the connected home experience. So long as the...


November 1, 2018  11:16 AM

Use coexistence testing to solve the IoT device interference challenge

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
Enterprise IoT, frequency, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, signals, Testing, Wireless, Wireless interference

In 2002, Verizon Wireless launched a funny and much talked about series of commercials featuring a man being dropped into a variety of crazy locations. Each time, he uttered the now famous line into his mobile phone, "Can you hear me now?" The commercials set out to establish Verizon Wireless as...


October 25, 2018  11:53 AM

IEEE 802.16s: A wireless network standard for the industrial internet

Kathy Nelson Profile: Kathy Nelson
802.16, Enterprise IoT, IEEE 802.16, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Mission-critical computing, standards, Wireless, Wireless standards

The industrial internet of things continues to grow, spanning from dense, bustling smart cities to remote network edge locations. Industrial operators in the utility, transportation, government and oil and gas sectors, to name a few, are shifting operations to become more interconnected, using...


October 24, 2018  10:43 AM

IoT: Synonymous with poor security?

Saugat Bose Profile: Saugat Bose
#eHealth #Healthcare IOT #Wearables #wireless medical devices, Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, security in IOT, Wearables

IoT -- a buzzword that encompasses almost every product connected to the internet or to each other. It's become a broad term, used to probably describe any device or product that requires a connection to an office network, home or car to deliver the entirety of its feature set. To begin, all...


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