As the Internet of Things continues to bridge the gap between the digital and physical worlds, it brings with it the threat of a new set of remote attacks with potentially far reaching ramifications. Contrary to computers and mobile phones – in which attacks were focused on digital assets and devices and the risk was about stealing data – the IoT includes the [...]
You have heard the buzz around emerging IoT technologies. And you know that selecting the right IoT technology is critical for the success of your IoT initiative. But with options such as Smart SIMs, eSIMs, eUICC, and 4G; how do you make sense of it all and choose the best option for your IoT initiative?
For a successful IoT / M2M deployment, you need to understand how the IoT ecosystem impacts business. The second edition of our eBook will be explained, The Definitive Guide to IoT for Business, will cover not only the basics of IoT and how to get started, but will also show you how to manage and prepare for the booming future of IoT.
On-demand version You may have heard of Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card (eUICC). It has been dubbed the next evolution of the SIM card, because it offers users the ability to change service provider profiles over-the-air (OTA), without needing to physically change the embedded SIM card.
On-demand version The business case for IoT is the ability to unlock the value of data being generated by hundreds or thousands of field devices. Devices must continually perform as promised for this to be possible. Device Management is the key. As device manufacturers and IoT system developers evaluate IoT Platforms, a well-defined device management strategy will prepare them for success.
This webinar analyses the adoption and impact of the Industrial IoT. It also tackles the challenges companies are facing when shifting from a physical to a digital business model and implementing revenue models that are based on usage, time or value.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will transform your business by providing business insight, improving business process and connecting you to your customers. But how do you truly measure your IoT connectivity initiatives?
As IoT and M2M grow in leaps and bounds, the need for more cost-effective and power-efficient chipsets is clear. However, on the horizon are two competing technologies, CAT-M1 (CAT-M) and CAT-M2 (NB-IoT) that are each poised to become fully standardized within the next 12-18.
On-demand webinar As more and more devices are becoming connected, threats to data and other cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent.
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