Monetising the IoT is a bigger concern than securing it

Tom Allen
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A quarter of respondents were excited about the opportunities of new services, but just as many are focused on the potential of big data insights
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A quarter of respondents were excited about the opportunities of new services, but just as many are focused on the potential of big data insights

Canonical has found that understanding and 'monetising' the IoT are the top priorities of business professionals today - not security

Despite security being the most-publicised IoT news, it is return on investment that serves as the biggest challenge for professionals in the sector. More than half of the IoT professionals surv...

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