Who knew? Today Saturday, October 29 is Internet Day. Well, Gemalto for one knew, and here two of their leading lights reflect on where we are now with the challenges facing the Internet of Things.
Businesses, public sector organisations, and communities in Aberdeen, Dundee, Paisley, and Orkney will benefit from state-of-the-art connectivity, with the launch of new Internet of Things (IoT) networks in each location.
Gemalto has found that the number of postings in the UK for positions requiring skills in Internet of Things (IoT) related technologies has increased by 70% over the past year, rising 120 places in the ranking of IT jobs.
Orange Business Services has announced the worldwide launch of Datavenue, its new Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics modular offer.
Vodafone announced it has entered into a roaming agreement with Inmarsat, with the ambition to enable international satellite and cellular roaming connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Internet of Things has taken the world by storm. With a long list of potential benefits for businesses and consumers alike, it is no surprise that there is a growing list of companies aiming to tap into the potential.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been hyped for years and by now, according to expert predictions, we should all have homes full of Internet-enabled devices that cater to our every need.
Gemalto, a global provider of digital security, is collaborating with Alibaba Group’s YunOS to provide connectivity and security for YunOS.
At the beginning of the decade the mobile enterprise was a hot topic, writes Bob Emmerson. Mobilising applications and processes had and still have the proven ability to: boost productivity by capturing data at source; enable the delivery of enhanced services,
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