Nick Sacke, head of products and IoT at Comms365, believes that the IoT is on the cusp of mass deployment, as organisations leverage low power wide area networking (LPWAN) and new IoT as a Service deployment models to achieve fast, low risk and low cost...
Canonical has found that understanding and 'monetising' the IoT are the top priorities of business professionals today - not security
Do small businesses have anything to fear from the glut of anti-privacy tools?
Recognising every part of the digital industry
Virtualisation provides flexibility, but also opens new avenues for exploitation
All businesses agree that DNS protection is important - but few are doing it
Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons all considering electronic shelf-edge pricing - but not for implementing 'surge pricing'
Retail industry consultant criticises press reports of supermarkets introducing 'surge pricing' as 'fake news'
The platform integrates compute and storage on a single server
But it's still signature-based
With IoT security still a low priority, should manufacturers change their approach?
And 15 per cent of devices have never been changed from their default values
More than half of US SMBs now use an external service provider; that number will rise as the need for security grows.
CEO Mike DeCesare says that old methods of protecting cyber assets are not relevant in a connected world
One-third of all completed IoT projects were not considered a success
Mirai has encouraged a plethora of imitators, warns Akamai
An exciting evening saw 15 organisations and individuals awarded for their big data and IoT achievements
Natuaral language processing, real-time analytics and Hadoop are emerging as the ones to watch
Machine learning has great potential when combined with big data, says Lloyds's Nicholas Williams - but watch out for the GDPR
Suite of products will focus on areas such as manufacturing and smart grids
Intel decides that PCs are so 1990s
New variant of ELF Linux/Mirai malware has a built-in bitcoin mining component
'Grey hat' hacker suspected to be behind malware that seeks out and takes down insecure connected devices
IoT is still a tech-led minority play but use of core technologies expected to surge over next three years
Garadget cut-off customer's access to IoT device because they didn't like his attitude