IoT privacy and security advocates must discuss the real risks and offer solutions to a problem that is vague, threatening and of colossal scale.
Don't confuse data with information. Data, by itself, isn't necessarily useable. The power of IoT is its ability to gather and synthesize data.
Explore the top five benefits of real-time business intelligence for utility companies, from optimizing asset performance to boosting customer satisfaction.
The IoT-enabled smart home of the future will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to run the dishwasher -- and end domestic violence.
The connectivity and real-time analytics inherent in the internet of things could be the game changer for retailers' inventory woes.
To understand how IoT can help the workplace, it's important to understand what makes meetings bad or unproductive in the first place.
Tesla is revolutionizing the manufacturing world by thinking less like a traditional manufacturer and more like a service provider.
While consumer-grade internet of things devices are hogging the limelight, it will be in real-time data management where the value of IoT lies.
The Internet of People (IoP) is not just more sensor data, but it is a learning process or a study of how people interact with sensor data.
Agile methodology is a proven approach; many IoT solutions are built via the agile development process by vendors that know iterative sprints.
A smart home system requires more than just internet connectivity to be considered smart. Learn the benefits of a system-level product design approach.
Moore's Law and Metcalfe's Law planted the seeds for the internet of things decades ago, illustrating and helping to predict potential for IoT.
The convergence of IT and OT is creating a number of security risks that must be addressed. Are DMZ and segmentation the answer?
At its recent investor day, Ford announced its strategy for IoT and how the company plans to make its mark in the connected car industry.
Learn four key capabilities near field communications, or NFC, provides that will help move IoT to more wide-scale adoption.
Along with storing IoT data at the back-end, devices should also store data at the device itself; this will prevent outage issues and consumer frustration.
While many have been quick to jump to the 5 GHz "band"-wagon, the classic 2.4 GHz wireless band still has a place in an IoT world.
Before moving from an IT security architecture to an IoT security architecture, there are three fundamental questions organizations should ask themselves.
CIOs and CTO will play an increasingly active role at the intersection of IOT and food safety.