BlackBerry Limited announced it is furthering leadership in securing the Enterprise of Things (EoT) with a wide-range of new software capabilities aimed at making it easier for users, IT managers, and developers to do more, securely.
CIOs developing IoT strategies might take note of a particular section of Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends of 2018, says Clare Grant, general manager at Red Hat Mobile, where it describes the emergence of the intelligent digital mesh:
If hype cycles are anything to go by we’re almost certainly teetering on the brink of the trough of disillusionment with the IoT. Recent research claims that 60% of test deployments have failed. But while some pilot projects may have faltered there isn’t yet the weight of devices in deployment to suggest we’ve peaked. Rather, adoption itself seems to be faltering.
The world, today, is running with the power of smartphones and with mobile devices nudging towards the connected technology, the apps are becoming the main force behind the acceleration of connected technology.
Progress, announced it has acquired Kinvey, a privately-held company based in Boston and provider of Backend as a Service (BaaS) technology. Progress acquired Kinvey for a purchase price of $49 million in cash.
The expectation around the Internet of Things is truly amazing. The interconnectedness of the devices and services will, eventually, change the way we live and work. With estimates by IDC that we will generate 40 zettabytes of data by 2020, the question is whether there will be IoT devices there to service this data.
Apple Watch sales doubled last year, and smart speakers such as Amazon Echo will be a £7 billion (€8.3 billion) market within five years. But are consumers and retailers ready for the revolution in shopping habits they will bring, asks e-commerce provider Fastlane International.
Oracle has announced new artificial intelligence-based customer experience apps that are designed to enable commerce, marketing, sales and service professionals to deliver smarter experiences across the customer lifecycle in real time.
Huawei has released its GigaHome solution at the FTTH Conference 2017. This is designed to help operators build smart and easy-to-use home networks offering a premium service experience for users.
BlackBerry Ltd, a global software systems provider securing, connecting and mobilising enterprises, has unveiled its mobile-native approach to security with the launch of a platform designed for the ‘Enterprise of Things’.
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