A new report from Vodafone highlights that more than half of business providers in the UK (58%) believe it is essential to embrace Internet of Things (IoT) technology to be successful.
A new Juniper Research survey has found that 65% of responding enterprises with more than 10,000 employees are considering or actively engaged in blockchain deployment. This marks a significant rise from last year, when the corresponding figure was 54%.
The world is digitising at tremendous speed, powered by the rise of connected machines and all kinds of Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Anyone following the markets related to the Internet of Things has seen the forecasts of tens of billions of connected devices, trillions of dollars of economic impact and the transformation of multiple industries.
A new report from Navigant Research analyses the market for blockchain-based platforms in the utilities industry, providing forecasts for wholesale energy trading, EV charging and integration, and transactive energy platforms through 2026.
Information Builders, a provider in business intelligence (BI), analytics, and data management solutions, announced the availability of an enhanced version of iWay 8, its suite of solutions for real-time data integration and management.
Only 1% of CIOs indicated any kind of blockchain adoption within their organisations, and only 8% of CIOs were in short-term planning or active experimentation with blockchain, according to Gartner‘s 2018 CIO Survey. Furthermore, 77% of CIOs surveyed said their organisation has no interest in the technology
Blockchain is increasingly being seen as an ideal solution to protect Internet of Things (IoT) traffic. Here, Antony Savvas outlines why.
With cyber threats increasing and the threat landscape widening with the advent of the cloud and increasing IoT deployments, blockchain solutions should now be considered to protect both data travelling between IoT endpoints and the locations used [...]
Blockchain products in healthcare have proven to have the potential of making interoperability practical and achievable. This innovativeness has been pushed a step further with blockchain products (although few) that are helping to make follow-ups on patient performance, satisfaction, medication, and recovery. Isn’t this amazing?
Third-generation blockchain network Aion announced the launch of the first public blockchain interoperability platform. The Aion network will allow for independently operated blockchains to connect, enabling the instant, global transfer and recording of data and value, streamlining communications, and bridging disparate blockchains.