The advantages of Lenovo are not well known; it is more likely to be forced to compete on price. This makes it an interesting bargain for the informed customer.
BlackBerry is working hard to become the go-to vendor for IoT security, including with a Cylance acquisition.
The priorities at BlackBerry around securing the elements of the IoT should be our priorities, as well.
Dell Technologies is so successful with its security effort because of the EMC storage component and the ability to be a general contractor.
Altia Systems says the initial goal is to provide a camera system that could be used in collaboration apps and to secure environments by sending alerts when, for example, a person shows up on the camera in a place they should not be.
Dell is focused on the digital business and Jeff Clarke clearly laid out its components, according to the Dell vision of the future.
Two issues with the Internet of Things (IoT) are security and manageability. The Microsoft Azure Sphere takes them on.
Without the ability to have an accurate look at all devices on the network, organizations are setting themselves up for serious problems. Do we need to rethink risk assessments and risk management tools to better incorporate the increases of IoT?
The rise of the IoT creates an opportunity for Honeywell to expand its expertise building operational systems into the realm of digital supply chains.
Creating IoT apps still requires a fair amount of manual effort. The project between SAP and DT is intended to reduce that effort at a time when organizations are looking to digitize their supply chains.