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September 26, 2017  2:57 PM

How printers can be a launchpad for malware attacks

Louella Fernandes Louella Fernandes Profile: Louella Fernandes
iot, print, Security

HP continues to shine a spotlight on print security with the recent announcement of embedded print security features that aim to mitigate the threat of malware. So how vulnerable are printers to external attacks, and how can businesses limit their risks? While the prevalence of...

April 4, 2017  2:39 PM

The focus on IoT in the arable food chain – and the worries around its use

Clive Longbottom Clive Longbottom Profile: Clive Longbottom

The arable food chain, consisting of farms, logistics/warehousing, food processing and retail, is a complex one with a major focus on food hygiene and pest management. In research carried out by Quocirca for Rentokil Initial in late 2016, the views of those responsible for managing these areas were...

February 16, 2017  10:25 AM

Forget intelligent cities – how about a more intelligent planet?

Clive Longbottom Clive Longbottom Profile: Clive Longbottom

Gin Lane by William HogarthThe year is 1750 – just before the industrial revolution. The overall population of...

September 12, 2016  4:18 PM

Cellular rises as a driving force for SD-WAN adoption

Rob Bamforth Rob Bamforth Profile: Rob Bamforth
5G, iot

mobile2-pThere is no doubting the impact that software defined networking (SDN) is having in changing traditional...

August 17, 2016  4:35 PM

Not set in concrete – tailoring IoT to the business

Rob Bamforth Rob Bamforth Profile: Rob Bamforth
Big Data, Business Process, Data scientist, iot

Tailored services and personalised advertising is great isn't it? People and organisations are no longer bombarded by things they are not interested in or can not respond to, only those things that are relevant. In theory that’s what all the cookies, search histories and other smart...

July 14, 2016  9:55 AM

IoT in the enterprise – a pragmatic approach

Rob Bamforth Rob Bamforth Profile: Rob Bamforth
Facilities management, iot, MITIE, samsung, Wearable devices

There is a degree of hype surrounding the internet of things (IoT) with many wild ideas reminiscent of ideas for internet businesses during the dot com boom. Despite this, the combination of exuberant innovation and pragmatism is already paying off with some practical and tangible business...

November 16, 2015  2:00 PM

Digital Disruption: Future Opportunities for the Print Industry

Louella Fernandes Louella Fernandes Profile: Louella Fernandes
iot, Managed print services, print

Printer vendors are having to make major changes to their business models to sustain their leadership and relevance. Long term survival will depend on their...

August 4, 2015  7:12 AM

Securing the Internet of Things – time for another look at Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)?

Bob Tarzey Profile: Bob Tarzey
Encryption, Internet of Things, iot, PKI, Public-key infrastructure

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a broad area that is attracting much discussion. Wikipedia starts its IoT definition as follows: ‘the network of physical objects or "things" embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and connectivity to enable objects to exchange data with the...

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