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Rob Greer, ForeScout Technologies

Rob has served as chief marketing officer and senior vice president of products at ForeScout since June 2015. Prior to joining ForeScout, he served as vice president and general manager of the Network Security division at HP Software, where he was responsible for determining product strategy, delivery, customer success and overall P&L. Before that, Greer served in numerous leadership roles at Symantec, ClearApp (acquired by Oracle), SonicWALL, and Ignyte Technology, where he was founder and chief executive officer. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from San Jose State University.

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January 11, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

Don’t get caught with your IoT exposed – Part One

We live on a hyper-connected planet, writes Rob Greer the chief marketing officer and senior vice president of products at ForeScout Technologies. Just over 40% of the world is online, with an average of five connected devices per US household. And now, with the Internet of Things (IoT) in full swing among individuals and organisations, those numbers are about to explode. There will be 30 billion connected things by 2020, compared to a relatively paltry 13 billion connected devices in 2015. (more…)

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Posted by: George Malim

Why the IoT could transform how we view CCTV

While the IoT can quite rightly be criticised for the amount of hype it has generated in the last two or three years, look a little more closely and you will find a range of practical applications, writes James Wickes, the co-founder of Cloudview. (more…)

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January 8, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

IoT for critical infrastructure raises the security stakes

By connecting everything to the internet, the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to revolutionise the way we live, writes Tobias Zillner, the snior IS Auditor at Cognosec. The temptation to bring the latest technological advances to critical infrastructure is understandable – indeed, the optimisation of infrastructure is perhaps where the IoT has the most revolutionary potential. (more…)

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January 7, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

Smart devices give us data but they don’t automatically make us smarter

Unless we do the right things with data from smart devices we won’t become smarter, writes Matt Davies the head of marketing for EMEA at Splunk. The flow of information from sensors within machinery, devices and any other products that have the ability to create data – which could be anything – opens the door to becoming more connected and operationally intelligent. (more…)

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January 6, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

Casos de Exito

Proyectos ejecutados y soluciones implementadas en:
Agrícola: Manuelita SA, Zafras S.A, Agroindustriales Laredo.
Transporte: Coca Cola (Femsa Logística), Transportes Caravana, Transportes Convoy SA, Transportes Cundinamarca, Transpiedecuesta.
Servicios: Tigo Une, Millicom, Avantel, Colserauto, Biomax
Industria: Coca Cola, Codensa, Termotécnica, Grupo Ethuss, Supermercados Cundinamarca.
Público-Seguridad: Sofasa (Policía Nacional), Integra- Seguridad.

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January 5, 2016

Posted by: AZLOGICA

Darren Thomson, Symantec

Darren Thomson, the chief technology officer and vice president of technology EMEA at Symantec

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Posted by: George Malim

IoT – the hope beyond the hype

In 2015, the Internet of Things received the anti-award for being one of the most over-hyped emerging technologies in analyst firm Gartner’s Hype Cycle. In fact, IoT has held its position at the summit of the ‘peak of inflated expectations’ for two years running now, writes Darren Thomson, the chief technology officer and vice president of technology EMEA at Symantec. So when will we move beyond the hype? (more…)

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Posted by: George Malim

Martin Hill, Epicor International

Martin Hill is the vice president of marketing at Epicor International

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January 4, 2016

Posted by: George Malim

Life on the cusp of Industry 4.0 – the fourth Industrial Revolution

Manufacturing has come a long way since the Industrial Revolution in the 18th Century, writes Martin Hill, the vice president of marketing at Epicor International. The second Industrial Revolution in the 1900s saw the introduction of mass production. In the late 1960s, electronics and the automation of production lines entered the industrial environment. Now, we are benefiting from robotics and are beginning to discover the value of 3D printing. We are on the cusp of Industry 4.0, the fourth Industrial Revolution. (more…)

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Posted by: George Malim