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Hello Edge, Goodbye Cloud?

13 Oct, 2017

Projections of the demise of the cloud due to a rising IoT are in the same tradition of numerous other calls for technological obsolescence, from the mainframe to the PC to disk storage.

Dell’s IQT Day: Driving the Next Industrial Revolution at Frightening Speed

10 Oct, 2017

The amount of resources Dell is focusing on this IoT effort is unprecedented in the space and it is becoming a showcase for Dell Technologies the company.

Salesforce Feeds IoT Data into CRM Application

10 Oct, 2017

Salesforce IoT Explorer Edition builds on the cloud platform Salesforce previously announced to aggregate and analyze data. Now that data can be fed into an instance of Salesforce CRM.

Data Integration and the IoT

09 Oct, 2017

Data integration must be built into IoT environments as a core capability, a challenge that many organizations are still struggling with in their legacy environments.

Intel Aims to Simplify Provisioning and Authentication of IoT Devices

09 Oct, 2017

Intel Secure Device Onboard, SDO, is zero-touch software that developers can employ to programmatically provision devices attached to the Internet of Things (IoT).

Taking Stock of IoT Hardware Requirements

06 Oct, 2017

IoT infrastructure is likely to go through several permutations before it settles into the enterprise mainstream.

Doubt Lingers over the IoT

02 Oct, 2017

The hard numbers for the IoT that the suits are waiting for could very well materialize on the balance sheets of the upstart that has just thrown the existing business model into the trash bin.

Charter Agrees to $13M Fine Related to Time Warner Acquisition

25 Sep, 2017

The Charter settlement was the largest with a cable company in New York State history and possibly in the history of the United States.

RTI Unveils Data Bus for IoT Applications

13 Sep, 2017

The challenge is making sure the technologies required to run IoT applications are sufficiently hardened before those applications get deployed in a production environment.

Dealing with the IoT Means Dealing with Change

08 Sep, 2017

The IoT brings great and fundamental changes and only organizations that take appropriate steps will thrive.

Enterprises Weigh Their IoT Storage Options

07 Sep, 2017

If IoT infrastructure has anything in common with traditional IT, it is that within the broad outlines of basic compute, storage and networking there will be countless customizations.

Oracle Expands IoT Applications Portfolio

07 Sep, 2017

Oracle sees an opportunity for differentiating itself in the IoT space by providing both applications as well as platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environments for building custom IoT applications.

Making the Most of Big Data and the IoT

31 Aug, 2017

The enterprise is rightly concerned about getting its money’s worth from Big Data and the IoT, but achieving optimal ROI isn’t so much a factor of the technology itself but in how you use it.

AI’s First Stop: The IoT Edge

11 Aug, 2017

While it is tempting to view AI in terms of the changes it will bring to the data center, the more imminent and profound impact will be on the Internet of Things (IoT).

An Industry on the Edge of a Network Breakdown

03 Aug, 2017

The core versus edge debate is decades old. What has become apparent during the past couple of years is that the edge will win.

Sigfox Opens Third U.S. Office as Networkers Seek IoT Ubiquity

01 Aug, 2017

The deciding point for operators looking at cellular approaches has shifted from performance characteristics to ecosystem maturity and ease of deployment.

July Has Been a Good Month for IoT Networking

19 Jul, 2017

Creation of ubiquitous networks featuring low power consumption without sacrificing necessary functionality is one of the biggest challenges facing the Internet of Things (IoT).

IoT: Top 7 Challenges

19 Jul, 2017

The IoT represents a unique set of challenges that pose a real threat to its utility as an engine of economic growth. Fortunately, the problems encountered so far are solvable, although it will probably take some time to determine exactly how to handle them and what level of optimization is needed for the multiple IoT services that are certain to arise.

IoT Orchestration Coming, But Slowly

17 Jul, 2017

Interoperability is a good first step toward full orchestration, but it will take a lot more industry cooperation to produce the internet-like level of connectivity that is required for a properly functioning Internet of Things.

Ubiquitous Low-Power Networks Up the IoT Ante

05 Jul, 2017

The introduction of IoT functionality on ubiquitous low-power networks suggests that whatever challenges existed before soon will be multiplied.

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