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You’ve probably heard about new technologies that are reshaping the way we work and live, like 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), but have you noticed how data is the common denominator among those technologies? The lines between digital

In September 2016, the Mirai malware cyberattack shook the IoT world with a DDoS attack model that infected over 600,000 IoT devices. Such attacks on network-attached devices and IoT devices continue to increase exponentially. With the IDC predicting that there will

When organizations are contemplating bringing a new IoT product to market, the questions typically asked are: “Do we build our own platform and then develop our IoT product? Or, do we develop our IoT product on a platform that already exists?” Considerations for Building

What should IoT 2.0 look like? The phrase data rich and information poor (DRIP) was first used in the 1983 best-selling business book, In Search of Excellence, to describe organizations rich in data, but lacking the processes to produce meaningful information and

IoT Business Opportunities Verizon’s IoT initiatives highlight key applications of the technology as well as the business opportunity it presents OEMs. Customers were requesting Condition-based Maintenance (CBM) and Critical Asset Tracking (CAT) solutions. Verizon had similar business challenges that OEMs face

We’re living in a world where the things around us are becoming smarter. Thousands of internet of things (IoT) sensors on industrial equipment, embedded in city infrastructure and packaged into today’s products, are collecting data. That data helps unlock insights

The Buzzword of 2021 is "AIoT", which stands for a blend of Artificial Intelligence with the Internet of Things. IoT is capable of capturing tremendous amounts of data from multiple sources. However, it is a significant yet highly complicated task

Industrial facilities face an avalanche of data from connected sensing, automation, and facility systems. In most modern industrial applications, this data sits idle or underutilized. The emergence of IoT devices has added to this flow of data. By 2025, there

IoT has dominated the technology discussion in recent years, inspiring the imagination of the media, politics and the economy. While there was a lot of talk of possibilities and use case scenarios during this time, many companies are still struggling