Reuters has revealed that Consumer Reports, an influential U.S. non-profit group that conducts extensive reviews of cars, kitchen appliances and other goods, is gearing up to consider cyber security and privacy safeguards when scoring products in future.
Xively by LogMeIn, Inc. has released the findings of a new study sponsored by LogMeIn and conducted by Harbor Research, The Internet of Things Journey. It shows that nearly all companies who have embarked on a connected product journey report both financial and customer experience benefits as a result.
Product companies may be missing a huge opportunity when it comes to their internet-connected products. So says a new study called Simplifying the Complexity of IoT, commissioned by Xively by LogMeIn, Inc. and conducted by Forrester Consulting.
LogMeIn, Inc.’s Xively IoT division has released the next-generation of the Xively Connected Product Management (CPM) Platform.
According to a research from analyst firm IDC, two-thirds of the world’s largest 2,000 companies will have digital transformation at the heart of their corporate strategies by the end of 2017. Central to this transformation is the Internet of Things.
LogMeIn, announced that Boston, USA-based agriculture company, Freight Farms has selected LogMeIn’s Xively Internet of Things (IoT) platform to build a connected farming environment for customers of their fast growing Leafy Green Machine hydroponic growing facilities.
Believe it or not, we are living in the IoT era. What felt so futuristic only a few short years ago is here now — and it is here to stay.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is already revolutionising consumers’ lives. Smart meters and thermostats are reducing energy bills, and wearable tech is helping to make us healthier. But for IoT to truly take off, Sean Lorenz at LogMeIn believes the industry needs to allay consumer fears about security.
There is a huge amount of hype surrounding the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), says Sean Lorenz of LogMeIn. Connecting seemingly disparate and discrete devices for a range of business purposes – information gathering, remote controlling, improving the customer experience, etc. – has created an excitement not seen since the advent of mobile computing.
Boston, MA, USA. September 18, 2013 – Xively has announced that Elektron Technology is building its next generation of connected solutions on the Xively IoT platform. It has also launched Xively Consulting Services, a professional services group that helps businesses navigate the technical and business complexities inherent in IoT.
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