Smart homes and where the industry is getting it right and wrong. So Jeremy Cowan of IoT-Now.com asks a few question to Thomas Rockmann, vice president, Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom, to shed some light on the smart homes issue. (more…)
Recently I have been approached by quite a number of senior executives who have been asked to participate in, or even lead, their organization’s IoT initiatives. Having already achieved great success in delivering other strategic projects, these executives are now being tasked with implementing IoT pilots and contributing to their company’s overall digital transformation. (more…)
Industry projections for over-the-air (OTA) vehicle data management suggest the technology could save automakers US$35 billion over the next five years. That’s a big claim. (more…)
Yesterday, ESET broke the news that they had discovered a malware that is said by some to be the biggest threat to critical infastructure since Stuxnet, the malicious worm that caused substantial damage to Iran’s nuclear program. (more…)
What do 50+ companies deploying connected devices believe is key to delivering ambitious IoT growth expectations?
Q: Let’s begin with an overview of your role in HP and IoT market priorities. (more…)
The evolution of smart, connected and autonomous products is reshaping the manufacturing industry and its ecosystem. The convergence of operational technology and information technology is opening a completely new axis, and a large one at that, for creating path breaking innovations and opportunities in the manufacturing ecosystem. (more…)
M2MAPPS: Cellular networks are not secure unless they are private and managed. Can you substantiate that statement? It comes from a Wyless article.
STEVE BOYD: No network is safe and secure unless it’s privately managed in some way. You’re not going to allow workstations and application servers to connect to the Internet when the only protection is their own on-machine firewalls so why should cellular devices be any different? (more…)