Microsoft's IoT initiative intended to feed its Azure cloud
Rotterdam aims to be the smartest port in the world
'Loadsamoney' to be spent on IT in 2018 and 2019, according to Gartner
What will the increase in machine-to-machine communication mean for data centres in 2018 and beyond?
Companies can now apply for the second Britbots funding scheme
SMEs and large enterprises see IoT opportunities very differently
Logistics firms are struggling with IoT connectivity challenges
Not so smart, after all
Gemalto wants to transform industrial internet with network-savvy IoT module
The future of IoT will depend on ultra-affordable SoC technologies, warns ARM
New gangs surreptitiously putting together IoT botnet similar to 2016's Mirai malware
Experiments with automation have already lowered costs and increased speed at Ocado's warehouses
Platform can handle 'hundreds of millions' of devices and integrate with Google's analytics services
Update or "the functionality of the product will decrease" warns Sonos
Data scientist shortage also affects the internet of things
The release of wireless spectrum is one thing, but how can antenna technology efficiently manage the many different bands and technologies? Peter Cochrane suggests that it can't
Find out when your car's tax and MOT is due without even getting up from the sofa
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'