Digital devices, in combination with mobile applications, have been revolutionary for putting information in the palm of a worker’s hand. Mobile email on smartphones was the first example of technology that changed the way workers collaborated and exchanged information.
IoT rests on three pillars: connectivity, data and security. If one is missing, the IoT ecosystem is interrupted and value is impossible to extract. In fact, individually each is a showstopper for IoT, writes George Malim, the managing editor of IoT Now.
“In order for an organisation to invest in any technology, a solid business case needs to be constructed that details the costs and benefits associated with deployment. This is as true for a mobile phone operator specifying a 5G network as it is for a small to medium sized business upgrading its photocopier.
The transformation from products to services has the potential to move enterprises from being providers of products to becoming service providers. At the same time, organizations can switch from one-time sale revenue to recurring monthly revenues for the services they provide.
In the latest of an ongoing series of specially-commissioned, independent, analyst-written Insight Reports, Matt Wilkins, the senior analyst for IoT Research in the Global Wireless Practice at Strategy Analytics, assesses how IoT is enabling more analytical approaches to manufacturer operations
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For product manufacturers (OEMs), there has never been a greater need or opportunity to connect their products to the Internet.
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This IDC Technology Spotlight explores how IoT platforms support Smart City growth and sustainability Smart City platforms integrate smart technologies, enable the rapid delivery of new applications, and create a connected ecosystem. They support specific systemic, environmental, social and financial objectives.
Industrial manufacturing is one of the core areas of the global economy. Manufacturing plants create employment and encourage development of expertise in high-value sectors, such as product and process design, sales, and marketing.
With the deluge of technologies and standards centred on low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) communications, the wireless connectivity aspect of the Internet of Things (IoT) value chain has become even more complex to assess.
It’s no simple task for enterprises and operators to weigh up their connectivity options and determine which technology is the best fit for their [...]
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