Wirelessly enabling IoT/EoT: And the winner is … ?

Wirelessly enabling IoT/EoT: And the winner is … ?

There is a battle going on to create and deploy wireless connectivity for IoT/EoT, with multiple competing technologies and company alignments. So who wins the race to conquer IoT/EoT wide-area networking?

02/22/17

How Samsung’s Note 7 mess may be good for us all

How Samsung’s Note 7 mess may be good for us all

High-tech lithium-ion batteries, powering most of our gadgets, can be dangerous things. Has Samsung's Note 7 problem shown the industry how to make things safer?

02/06/17

Are carriers going 'soft'?

Are carriers going 'soft'?

Carriers in mature markets like the U.S. and Europe are adapting to cope with the prospects of saturating mobile phone adoption and slower revenue growth.

12/14/16

Racing to make IoT 'smart'

Racing to make IoT 'smart'

There are an increasing number of companies competing to become the key internal “brains” driving the Internet of Things. With so many chip vendors vying for share, is there likely to be a dominant player(s) anytime soon? Which will...

12/02/16

Gaining an “edge” in IoT

Gaining an “edge” in IoT

Creating IoT devices requires more than simply thinking about dumb sensors and minimal processing resources. What's needed to make IoT effective is processing "at the edge" that transforms things from data gatherers to...

10/18/16

Sigfox and LoRa are the WiMax of IoT

Sigfox and LoRa are the WiMax of IoT

Internet of Things/Enterprise of Things devices will need connectivity to be most useful, but their particular needs are not easily met by current broadband networks. Despite proposals to do so, deploying proprietary networks is not...

09/12/16

Blockchain: It's not just for finance anymore

Blockchain: It's not just for finance anymore

Blockchain powers virtual cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. But despite its reputation as a financial technology platform it may prove to be highly valuable outside of finance, and particularly in the emerging world of mission-critical...

08/25/16

The Enterprise of Things: It's the back end that counts

The Enterprise of Things: It's the back end that counts

The real challenge companies face going forward is enabling the infrastructure to take advantage of the potential business improvements that EoT can bring. That's where 90% of the effort will be, and you need to get ready for it.

08/01/16

7 requirements for the Enterprise of Things

7 requirements for the Enterprise of Things

The Enterprise of Things will dramatically impact the way many companies do business in the next 2-3 years. However, few enterprises currently have a strategy for dealing with the coming deluge of EoT. It's time to formulate a...

07/07/16

Traditional security is dead -- why cognitive-based security will matter

Traditional security is dead -- why cognitive-based security will matter

To protect against a changing threat landscape, we need to look at security in a new way, especially if we are to protect corporate data from loss.

05/11/16

You'll soon be using GPU as a Service

You'll soon be using GPU as a Service

The role and deployment of the GPU is about to change dramatically, going from an embedded component to a cloud-based service. And it will usher in some major new market opportunities.

04/29/16

Should Microsoft be a PC hardware company?

Should Microsoft be a PC hardware company?

What does Microsoft know about PCs that the rest of the industry seems to have forgotten? And is this segment of the market ripe for a comeback? If so, what can Microsoft do about it?

03/25/16

The great mobile app challenge

The great mobile app challenge

The demand for enterprise mobile apps has far outstripped most companies' ability to deploy even the most needed apps to the workforce. This situation has to change, as keeping business users productive is at risk. Fortunately there...

03/10/16

Where does enterprise mobile management go from here? To EMMS!

Where does enterprise mobile management go from here? To EMMS!

As the mobile market matures and companies no longer want to deal with the hassle of bring-your-own-device and shadow support on their own, outsourced mobile management services are becoming attractive. This has major impact on a...

02/18/16

Microsoft at MWC: Will anyone care?

Microsoft at MWC: Will anyone care?

Will Microsoft be making any major mobile device announcements at the upcoming Mobile World Congress that will make any difference to its position in the market?

02/05/16

Partnerships and mergers, brought to you by 5G

Partnerships and mergers, brought to you by 5G

Although the "hype" around 5G has already started, we are at least 4-5 years away from any mainstream, substantial deployments that will provide users with a critical mass of access points. But that hasn't stopped many of the major...

02/02/16

Why most companies have the wrong approach to enterprise mobile apps

Why most companies have the wrong approach to enterprise mobile apps

Most organizations focus on the wrong approach to mobile apps often due to old style thinking. What's important is not rapid application development, but rapid application deployment to maximize ROI.

11/25/15

EoT: More than meets the API

EoT: More than meets the API

The enterprise use of "things" will be empowered by APIs that enable a variety of device platforms and types to interactive productively with back-end systems.

06/17/15

Does Intel have a major advantage in tablets?

Does Intel have a major advantage in tablets?

Intel's two pronged strategy to fully support Android and Windows will give it a market advantage

06/03/15

Intel's 'surround and conquer' IoT strategy

Intel's 'surround and conquer' IoT strategy

With the Internet of Things set to explode over the next 2 to 3 years, will Intel's x86 architecture become irrelevant?

03/18/15

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