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One obstacle to widespread IoT adoption by consumers is the varying and often incompatible smart technology standards. It’s difficult for customers who don’t have highly technical backgrounds to set up seamless, cohesive home IoT ecosystems without expert help.
Industrial networks often contain highly sensitive or classified information. Everything from personal employee information to proprietary product formulations—and even vital financial accounts—are stored on business networks. It’s clear why many major companies treat network security very seriously—at least on the surface.
Google Cloud and GE Appliances (GEA) have signed a multi-year deal to collaborate on producing smart home appliances. The companies aren’t interested in simply polishing up and re-releasing existing smart appliances.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a revolutionary technology in its own right. But expanding your thinking to what happens when you combine IoT with other world-changing technologies can open up even more possibilities.
ustrial Internet of Things (IIoT) deployments have accelerated in recent years. The sharpest rise occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic, when IIoT adoption surged after the second quarter of 2020. As of 2021, 77 percent of companies surveyed report having at least one active IoT project.
What happens when Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) combine? If all goes according to plan, the answer is unprecedented access to and management of data on a scale never seen before. The result is digital transformation.
The security experts at Ordr have released their 2021 Rise of the Machines report, which delves into the security issues experienced by connected devices. Ordr is a leader in connected device security, so their report, titled “Rise of the Machines 2021: State of...
Back in 2016, Alfonso Velosa, research vice president and analyst for IoT at Gartner, stated: “The IoT itself will help digital transformations but will take 5 to 10 years to gain mainstream adoption.”
Modern data collection techniques allow massive amounts of information to be created, stored, and accessed within businesses. In addition to the sheer volume of available information, the expanding selection of connectible devices in the Internet of Things (IoT) compounds the difficulty.
s one of its features. Known as “SmartThings Edge,” the platform allows devices connected to a smart home system to process information and execute some functions locally, without needing to send or receive information to and from the cloud.
During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, staffing restrictions and logistical issues caused dysfunction for supply chains that had never faced obstacles of this magnitude before. Infosys Consulting reported that 57 percent of global supply chains encountered at least a 25 percent dip in operations because of new health regulations. Now, a precarious geopolitical situation threatens to throw gas on the flame.
Many industries are moving toward global IoT implementation in commercial applications. IoT-powered devices streamline production processes and save companies time and money. But the major hurdle in achieving full implementation for global IoT services are the complications presented by barriers to permanent roaming.