What has the stand-off between the US tech giant and the FBI revealed about the future of encryption, personal data security and criminal investigations?
In the last few years, we have seen amazing growth, along with the entire Internet of Things (IoT) space. Many wild predictions are being made about billions of devices being connected to the IoT, says Drew Johnson of Aeris, and while that may or may not be true, we understand the high demand for connectivity, data management, and analytics for any type of connected device.
Worldwide, thousands of technology companies are viewing the Internet of Things and the Smart Home as the Holy Grail for their products and profits. Most industry analysts and leaders are predicting that hundreds of millions of homes will want these new technologies.
The Internet of Things (IoT) movement is upon us. Devices are increasingly becoming connected to the Internet, and analysts are making big predictions. By 2020, Gartner says 21 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, and IDC says IoT spending will reach $1.7 trillion.
As you may know, Saturday April 9th is the 5th annual IoT Day 2016. Who would have believed a decade ago that the Internet of Things would have a dedicated day, says Jeremy Cowan?
OTA (over-the-air update) functionality is one of the most sought after features in the connected space. Getting this right, will ensure ongoing success for IoT-enabled products from a revenue, customer satisfaction and security perspective. Here are the three reasons why smart products need to have OTA :
The problem is the Internet of Things (IoT) skills gap. In today’s Operational Technology (OT) world there are only around 250,000 developers having experience of embedded systems.
As part of its annual State of Software Monetisation report, Gemalto asked 780 people, including software vendors and enterprise end users, about monetising the Internet of Things (IoT). Here, Ariella Shoham, senior director marketing, Software Monetisation, Gemalto, tells IoT Now exclusively what they found.
General Motors (GM) announced on 22 February 2016 that it is using Vodafone’s network for its GM OnStar connected car services in Europe.
The telehealth market, long identified as a significant opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs), has been slow to gain traction. The technical capabilities to support the telehealth market have long been in place, but regulatory concerns, coupled with supply-side issues such as business models, have restricted market growth.
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