M2M Now Magazine April/May 2015 edition

m2m now magazine cover M2M Now Magazine explores the evolving opportunities and challenges facing CSPs across this sector. Our exclusive interviews pass on some key lessons learned by those who have taken the first steps in next gen Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services. In this issue:
  • TALKING HEADS: Applying the Uber model to the IoT? Nigel Chadwick, Stream Technologies’ CEO talks to M2M Now
  • INTERVIEW: Gilli Coston, chief strategy officer and EMEA managing director, Wyless, on security as the emerging differentiator
  • EXPERT OPINION: Settling consumers’ minds on security; a security check list for M2M device manufacturing
  • M2M NOW ANALYST REPORT – THE CONNECTED CAR, FLEET MANAGEMENT AND TELEMATICS: In this edition’s specially commissioned Analyst Report, Jeremy Green, principal analyst at Machina Research, looks at the current state of the market, the main players and the impact of external forces on its future
  • JAPAN SUPPLEMENT: Case studies and articles from Telenor Connexion and IQP, insights into Japan and IoT and doing business there

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