A new study from Juniper Research has found that smartphone and tablet-based mobile point-of sale terminals will take on a significant role in businesses, handling 40% of all retail transaction value by 2021, up from an expected 12% in 2016.
Networking and automating industrial production can have enormous benefits for businesses, but it also presents new IT security challenges.
Machina Research analysis shows that using non-standardised versus standards-based solutions for IoT will increase the cost of deployment, hinder mass scale and adoption, and stifle technology innovation for smart city initiatives worldwide.
myPINpad, a provider of multi-factor authentication technology for unsecured touchscreen devices, has released a topical whitepaper.
Business strategist James F. Moore first put forward the idea of a business ecosystem in a 1993 Harvard Business Review article, "Predators and Prey: A New Ecology of Competition." Drawing on insights into biological ecosystems, Moore showed how organizations collaborate and compete to survive. Business ecosystems have continued to attract attention increasingly the most innovative and [...]
What do 50+ companies deploying connected devices believe is key to delivering ambitious IoT growth expectations?
DevicePilot recently surveyed fifty IoT companies taking connected products to market, across many different industry sectors (“verticals”) including Environmental monitoring, Elderly care/Wellness, Smart Home, Energy management, Industrial monitoring, Refrigeration, [...]
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the number of consumers making contactless payments via their mobile handsets will reach 148 million this year, with Apple and Samsung together accounting for nearly 70% of new customers.
A new study from Juniper Research has estimated that the adoption of connected in-vehicle infotainment systems will produce revenues exceeding $600 million in 2020, representing a 10-fold increase on this year.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing manufacturing as we know it.
From boosting efficiency, to reducing costs, and gaining a competitive edge, the IoT is widely seen as the future for manufactured products.
When approaching the IoT market, manufacturers are likely to make a huge mistake: underestimating what it really takes to make that leap.
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