The relationship between IoT and taxes: It’s complicated

IoT allows us to streamline workflows, optimise resources, and deliver better customer service. The rollout of 5G and the impact on download speeds and scalability has driven even greater demand for IoT solutions for consumers, businesses, and the government, says Toby Bargar, the senior tax consultant at Avalara.

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A worldwide IoT network grid to harness the power of connectivity

Businesses are eager to leverage their network connection capabilities to gain market leadership. The potential rewards from leveraging wireless connectivity are endless, says Ankur Bhan, global head of Nokia’s Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING).

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The role of IoT in healthcare during Covid-19

The healthcare sector has been modernising at a fast pace over the years by utilising new technology in carrying out medical activities with increased accuracy. Despite the outbreak of Covid-19 which massively disrupted the day-to-day life of people across the globe, technology has been developing at a much faster pace to help the healthcare sector.

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The cybersecurity lessons from 2020

The breach of SolarWinds and its Orion Platform software  captivated our collective attention in the final weeks of 2020. While arguably it was, and continues to be, considered the most significant event of the year, it is not the attack path most organisations should fear.

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Hamburg deploys oneM2M smart city standards to go greener

Whether one is dealing with a manufacturing plant or a smart city, the architecture of a distributed Internet of Things (IoT) system depends on several design considerations, says Ingo Freise, software architect at Deutsche Telekom.

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The IIoT journey starts with remote telemetry

The first rule of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is that communications will fail. One challenge is rising volumes of data place increasing loads on both the main server and the communications networks connected to it.

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The challenges facing the internet in 2021

Our new way of life during the pandemic has undeniably highlighted our dependence on the internet. Behind this essential utility are the networks that power and deliver it to our homes. It’s been an extremely important time for the internet community to consider how we can best support and grow these networks.

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Why port cities need IoT

It’s not common knowledge that port cities often suffer from worse air quality than their inland counterparts. Residents in idyllic beach resorts and maritime trade hubs are choking on air pollution caused by a combination of large ships and high volumes of traffic on the one hand, and certain weather effects that cause toxic particles

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IoT takes a village: The era of the ecosystem

I often talk about the “new product mindset” the importance of developing products and services with the cumulative lifetime value they will generate in mind, compared to just the immediate value delivered on launch day.

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It’s time for change: A new era at the edge

For years various industries have been restricted in their ability to process big data sets due to the limited bandwidth available for use in national infrastructure. Yet, the advent of 5G and fibre optic techniques that have expanded capability up to 800G have changed everything.

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ISN generation vulnerabilities found in nine of eleven TCP/IP stacks, says Forescout Research Labs

Forescout researchers have discovered vulnerabilities in multiple TCP/IP stacks in which ISNs (Initial Sequence Numbers within TCP connections) are improperly generated. This is leaving devices’ TCP connections open to attacks.

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Using IoT to boost industries and support the wider economy

With the UK going into its first financial recession since 2009 as a consequence of COVID-19, many businesses are struggling to stay alive in the current business climate.

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Harnessing the power of smart cities for a brighter future

Recent innovations in 5G, Internet of Things (IoT) and fibre infrastructure technologies are helping to expand and fortify the networks of the future.

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Geospatial technology will be at the heart of the IoT Big Data analysis

In an ever more connected world, Esri a global provider of geo-spatial and analytical software is about to embark on a new journey to help organisations understand and analyse vast amounts of Internet of Things (IoT) big data through location intelligence.

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Privately, you might have missed something big in 2020

Looking back a few years from now, 2020 might be remembered for something other than COVID, 5G, political rancour, or even ‘murder hornets’ in the US. We may recognise 2020 as the beginning of foundational changes for the telecom industry – changes that may either mean its undoing or its remaking into something new. As Marc

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Why 5G matters in a world of IoT, VR, AR, AI and Edge

When 4G launched, it offered some significant performance improvements over 3G. But with 5G, says Guy Matthews, editor of NetReporter, something far more profound is going on. The doors of possibility have been blown off their hinges. So what lies beyond?

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