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oneM2M white paper reveals how CSPs can boost LPWA revenues Sophia Antipolis, France, 12 December 2017: Communication Service Providers (CSPs) must adopt an open standards approach if they are to make the most of the revenue opportunities presented by ...
As government regulation looms, the security industry must take a leading role in determining whether the convenience of the Internet of Things is worth the risk and compromise of unsecured devices.
We’re living in a world of big data.

The current generation of line-of-business computer systems generate terabytes of data every year, tracking sales and production through CRM and ERP.
It’s a flood of data that’s only going to get bigger as we add...
It’s easy to get caught up in the technology of cloud computing. We’ll certainly see that occur at the annual AWS Re:Invent show this week, where hundreds of providers  will show off new and shiny technology.   But don’t get stuck in the weeds.[ Wha...
Event will focus on increasing widespread IoT adoption through standardisation and interoperability testingPangyo, South Korea, 21 November 2017: Further steps to increase global adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies will be taken by leadin...
Two-thirds of today’s businesses have digitized, and the rest are moving in that direction. While right now this is happening in lockstep with rapid, global growth in spaces like mobile e-commerce and the internet of things (IoT), in the near future...
I’m always interested in datacenters because I live in Northern Virginia, where a new one opens about once a month, leveraging a huge bundle of fiber coming out of the ground near Dulles Airport and cheap power sources.
Indeed, they now call my regi...
Is it malicious? So far it's hard to tell.

For now it's a giant blinking red light in security researchers faces warning us that we'd better figure out how to secure the Internet of Things.
Docker support + location tracking mesh = plug-in backbone for all the networked things.
In a keynote at the SecTor security conference, Bruce Schneier makes a case for more regulatory oversight for software and the Internet of Things
In a keynote address at the SecTor security conference, IBM Resilient Systems CTO Bruce Schneier makes a case for more regulatory oversight for software and the internet of things.
Since there is no such thing as an always secure device, Internet of Things Alliance Australia has said a certification tick will ensure a device can be secure if used in recommended ways.