IoT

Edge-to-Enterprise IoT Analytics

Cisco estimates 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020 and 500 billion devices by 2030. These devices generate data that analytic applications need to collect, aggregate and analyze to deliver informed, actionable insight. The challenge is to build the right digital infrastructure and enable the right set of applications to harness this data. Traditional computing models send the data to the enterprise data center for analysis. This is impractical in many scenarios given th...Read More

7 Trends of IoT in 2017

IoT is one of the transformational trends that will shape the future of businesses in 2017 and beyond. Many firms see a big opportunity in #IoT uses and enterprises start to believe that IoT holds the promise to enhance customer relationships and drive business growth by improving quality, productivity, and reliability on one side, and on the other side reducing costs, risk, and theft. By having the right IoT model companies will be rewarded with new customers, better insights, and improved cust...Read More

A Wake-Up Call for IoT

Welcome to the world of Internet of Things wherein a glut of devices are connected to the internet which emanates massive amounts of data. Analysis and use of this data will have real positive impact on our lives. But we have many hoops to jump before we can claim that crown starting with a huge number of devices lacking unified platform with serious issues of security standards threatening the very progress of IoT. The concept of IoT introduces a wide range of new security risks and challenges ...Read More

How Big Data can Unlock the Value of IoT

Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist, Oracle @PaulSonderegger The Internet of Things is becoming a reality; combined with Big Data, it provides huge opportunities The Internet of Things (IoT) perfectly illustrates the three principles of data capital: Data comes from activity. Every movement of a shipping container, change of room temperature, or adjustment of a wing flap is an activity. In most of the machines and buildings of the world, information created by these activities is lost. Compani...Read More

How will the Internet of Things affect your business?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been a focus of hype for some years now. But apart from the cliché of the fridge that orders produce for you when it senses you’re running out, few have realised the true nature of what IoT actually will mean for consumers and businesses – despite the consensus being that it will mean a lot. In this feature, we will discuss what IoT actually is, how far it has developed today, where it is going, and what steps your company might need to take to remain successful....Read More

Why Do Television Companies Need a Digital Transformation

Over just a few years, the world of television production, distribution, and consumption has changed dramatically. In the past, with only a few channels to choose from, viewers watched news and entertainment television at specific times of the day or night. They were also limited by where and how to watch. Options included staying home, going to a friend’s house, or perhaps going to a restaurant or bar to watch a special game, show, news story, or event. When we are taking about the TV industry ...Read More

Using Blockchain to Secure IoT

IoT is creating new opportunities and providing a competitive advantage for businesses in current and new markets. It touches everything—not just the data, but how, when, where and why you collect it. The technologies that have created the Internet of Things aren’t changing the internet only, but rather change the things connected to the internet—the devices and gateways on the edge of the network that are now able to request a service or start an action without human intervention at many levels...Read More

How The IoT Is Changing Workplaces

Everybody talks about the IoT, but is it really changing something? our lives? The IoT is impacting the workplace, from data entry to employee tracking.  We’ve heard about the Internet of Things in vague terms for several years now. But more recently it’s become a reality in various walks of life, from automated systems creating “smart homes” to wearable tools measuring health and fitness. And as the IoT has expanded from a concept into the vast system of connected devices it is today, it has al...Read More

Why IoT Needs Fog Computing?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest mega-trends in technology – and for good reason , IoT deals with all the components of what we consider web 3.0 including Big Data Analytics, Cloud Computing and Mobile Computing . The Challenge The IoT promises to bring the connectivity to an earthly level, permeating every home, vehicle, and workplace with smart, Internet-connected devices. But as dependence on our newly connected devices increases along with the benefits and uses of a maturin...Read More

10 Predictions for the Future of IoT

A Google search for “Internet of Things” term reveals over 280,000,000 results, thanks to the media making the connection between the smart home, wearable devices, and the connected automobile, IoT has begun to become part of the popular parlance. But that’s not the complete picture, according to Gartner’s Nick Jones, vice president and distinguished analyst “The IoT demands an extensive range of new technologies and skills that many organizations have yet to master,” he  added...Read More

Making Smart Factories a Reality

If you ask me, enterprise search is inherently linked to Industry 4.0, because it can locate information about even the smallest component, directly where the data resides. According to the study “Geschäftsmodell-Innovation durch Industrie 4.0. Chancen und Risiken für den Maschinen- und Anlagenbau “ (Business Model Innovation Through Industry 4.0:  Opportunities and Risks for Mechanical and Plant Engineering), German companies are world leaders in the field of factory machinery and installations...Read More

IoT implementation and Challenges

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items which are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. Implementing this concept is not an easy task by any measure for many reasons including the complex nature of the different components of the ecosystem of IoT. To understand the gravity of this task, we will explain all the five components of IoT Impl...Read More