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IoT Deployments Extending Beyond Industrial

IoT Deployments Extending Beyond Industrial

More than three-quarters of global executives surveyed in a new Internet of Things study said they have ...

Hardware: A Building Block for IoT Security

Hardware: A Building Block for IoT Security

For all its promise, the Internet of Things packs a lot of fears. Most recently, of course, ...

IoT Group Updates Spec, Adds Members

IoT Group Updates Spec, Adds Members

The membership roster of an Internet of Things standards group continues to expand with the addition of ...

College Students Showcase Technology’s Future

College Students Showcase Technology’s Future

It was a rainy Saturday in June, and Perry Carter, president of BDPA Washington, D.C. had invited ...

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July 24, 2015(0)
More than three-quarters of global executives surveyed in a new Internet of Things study said they have launched IoT initiatives and those efforts are beginning to expand beyond early adopters in the industrial manufacturing sector. The latest survey of the emerging IoT released this week by Tata Global Consultancy emphasizes that new business sectors like heavy equipment manufacturers are ... Full article
July 22, 2015(2)
For all its promise, the Internet of Things packs a lot of fears. Most recently, of course, two hackers completely immobilized a Jeep Cherokee as a driver headed down a highway at 70 miles per hour. Other headline-generating incidents include a hacked refrigerator that was among many household devices to send more than 750 malicious emails when a botnet ...
July 20, 2015(0)
The membership roster of an Internet of Things standards group continues to expand with the addition of IBM, National Instruments and six other global institutions and manufacturers that promises to speed the deployment of an industrial IoT. The Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), based on Portland, Ore., said Monday (July 20) that eight new companies have joined the IoT standards ...
July 13, 2015(2)
It was a rainy Saturday in June, and Perry Carter, president of BDPA Washington, D.C. had invited me to serve on a panel to talk to students about technology and cybersecurity careers and life in general. The panel was part of BDPA’s 2015 Annual Regional IT Showcase where high school and college students showcase their technology innovations. Two Bowie State ...
July 8, 2015(0)
The convergence of extreme scale computing and real-time workloads in large enterprises continues with a partnership between high-performance computing leader SGI and Dell aimed at providing in-memory computing to Dell customers running SAP HANA. SGI, Milpitas, Calif., said Wednesday (July 8) the deal with Dell would expand access to large-scale, single-node computing for appliances running eight or more sockets ...
July 2, 2015(2)
News about automation and its socio-economic impact is all around us today. While some automation been around for decades, the last two years have seen exponential progress in its capability and potential impact. But progress, especially in large companies, remains mixed. Research shows that while more than 80 percent of large enterprises have a high or extremely high emphasis ...
June 30, 2015(0)
No movement has shaken up the tech industry quite like the Internet of Things. Building machine-to-machine (M2M) devices is arguably the most complicated level of development right now because most developers just do not have experience writing concurrent code to make several devices talk. Outsourcing could be the way to make IoT development attainable for your enterprise. Enlisting the ...
June 29, 2015(1)
The annual Red Hat Summit, held in Boston last week, is something of revival tent for open source where the pulpits are plentiful and so are smiling believers. Indeed it’s hard to dispute the powerful innovation springing from open source. The RH Summit, which started 11 years ago as a modest celebration of open source (mostly Red Hat Linux), ...
June 24, 2015(0)
Despite the allure of analytics, many enterprises still struggle with siloed information in disparate formats, forced together via unwieldy manual processes that deliver only partial results. Combine this with the reality of shadow IT, incomplete knowledge about core systems, and the anticipated Internet of Things (IoT) explosion, and the promise of big data could fizzle for some enterprises. Blazent ...
June 23, 2015(0)
With today’s introduction of the PowerEdge C6320, Dell continues its drive to propel high performance computing outside its traditional comfort zone of engineering or research and development and into general business enterprise applications. “We recognize that beyond the hyperscale space there’s an opportunity to offer this type of product,” Brian Payne, executive director of product management and product strategy ...
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