I remember a time when I was running datacenters and had absolute responsibility for and accountability for critical business systems.
Part One of this article focused on the need for a clear, defined strategy when adopting an IoT system, which is something that has to come from C-level management. The early role of IT is to ensure that the appropriate technology and architecture decisions are made.
There was a time when I could focus on and write about a key technology development like wireless data for a few years and then, when the Internet bubble burst, move on for a few more years to Voice over IP followed by Unified Communications.
You may recall the business transformation that took place years ago when companies moved from spreadsheets to automated ERP systems. It was monumental.
Heard recently on the web: Should you build your own Internet of Things (IoT) or buy it?
Last month Microsoft announced its acquisition of Genee, an artificial intelligence (AI) firm that produces a ‘power’ scheduling personal assistant for Office 365.
What is the real revenue-generating and growth potential for the channel from IoT and M2M. Craig Smith, director IoT & Analytics, EMEA at Avnet Technology Solutions reports.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has seen new products and services launching and being developed at pace in the past 12 months. To take advantage of the opportunities from IoT, companies need be open to changing traditional systems, procedures, processes and ways of communicating.
As mentioned in Part One of this interview on Monday, Orange is finding a good new revenue stream in analysing mobile data for, among others, France’s tourism industry.
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