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Even You will become the final device of the IOT

Nowadays, the internet mostly exists on laptops and smartphones. But it’s only a matter of time before the internet starts talking to every possible consumer object. If an item can be connected to the Net, it will be. This concept is broadly known as the “Internet of Things,” and it includes a wide range of consumer devices spanning the[…][…]

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To Cloud or not To Cloud: Now vs. 2020

Few weeks ago I read an interesting Cloud Study published by LogicMonitor’s Cloud Vision 2020. The survey was based on interviews with approximately 300 influencers LogicMonitor interviewed last year. Respondents include Amazon Web Services AWS re:Invent 2017 attendees, industry analysts, media, consultants and vendor strategists. The study’s primary goal was to explore the landscape for cloud services in[…][…]

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Design your network ready for M2M IoT devices

Internet of Things can include vehicles and home appliances, machine-to-machine applications target field services, healthcare, security, environmental monitoring, traffic control, agriculture, fleet management, public utilities and oil and gas applications.  The significant and growing subset of the larger  movement is a machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, so you have to ask if your network ready for  M2M devices? Cellular,[…][…]

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Internet of everything vs. Internet of things

People have been talking about the difference between the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Internet of Everything (IoE) for many years now. While some say it’s just a difference in semantics, others believe the two are fundamentally different concepts. We’ll discuss what, exactly, the Internet of Everything is and if it’s truly different. First, we have to understand[…][…]

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What is the Industrial IoT?

The Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, connects machines and devices in industries such as transportation, power generation, and healthcare. The potential is high and so are the risks. Everyone’s heard of the IoT – smart thermostats, Internet-connected refrigerators, connected lightbulbs – but there’s a subset called industrial IoT that has a much more significant day-to-day impact on[…][…]

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What will be next biggest trends after shift to cloud computing?

One of the biggest trends in tech over the last decade has been the shift to cloud computing — the move to store and process data and run applications in data centers maintained companies including Amazon and Microsoft rather than on corporations’ own computers. But even as that trend is continuing and cloud computing is becoming more important,[…][…]

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Wearables is the next wave of enterprise IoT

As the internet of things evolves and grows more advanced, global organizations are increasingly turning to wearable devices for real-time data feedback and a competitive edge over their peers. By 2020, there could be as many as 600 million wearable devices connected to the internet (not to mention a more than four-fold increase in North America alone). Unfortunately, few are truly prepared[…][…]

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