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90 percent of consumers think security should be built into IoT devices

90 percent of consumers think security should be built into IoT devices

With increasing numbers of connected devices entering our homes and workplaces, their security is becoming a major concern as they can offer hackers an attractive backdoor into networks. A new survey from digital platform security company Irdeto shows that 90 percent of consumers across six countries think security should be built in, and 78 percent are aware that smart devices …

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Demystifying industry 4.0 and the industrial internet of things

Demystifying industry 4.0 and the industrial internet of things

Heralding the shift from centralised to decentralised manufacturing, Industry 4.0 integrates IoT, data, and services, and creates networks where connected devices can talk to each other. How IIoT is enabling Industry 4.0 There is tremendous interest in how the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming processes within and across organisations. And while there are multiple definitions floating around, IoT is …

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How The Internet Of Things Is Digitizing Agriculture & Speeding Up Rural Development In India

How The Internet Of Things Is Digitizing Agriculture & Speeding Up Rural Development In India

We are amidst exciting times as we experience machines thinking, talking and adding value to how individuals engage with the world in their daily lives. With over 20 billion internet-connected devices expected to run by 2020, the deluge of data streams from these devices would warrant the use of edge computing, sophisticated analytics and AI. Innovative interplay of such technologies …

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IBM Will Expand Security Testing Services To Automotive And IoT Companies

IBM Will Expand Security Testing Services To Automotive And IoT Companies

IBM’s X-Force Red, a division of the company that offers security testing services for various industries, recently started offering its expertise to automakers and Internet of Things (IoT) companies. Connected Cars A Global Priority Gartner estimates that there will be 61 million cars with internet connectivity by 2020. IBM believes that connected cars are among the “smart” products that are …

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4 Ways To Maximize ROI From $2.5B In IoT Investments Featured

4 Ways To Maximize ROI From $2.5B In IoT Investments Featured

Internet of Things (IoT) implementations within retail would seem to be on a strong growth path. Merchants are expected to spend as much as $2.5 billion on the technology by 2020 , and as many as 70% of retailers say they are ready to make the changes necessary to adopt IoT devices . Applications including smart shelves , temperature sensors …

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IBM’s X-Force Red wants to hack your car for your own protection

IBM’s X-Force Red wants to hack your car for your own protection

IBM wants to bring autonomous, ongoing security testing to all connected devices, helping to prevent major, global intrusions that are becoming all-too common. IBM announced the debut of two new security testing initiatives targeting the connected car industry and the Internet of Things (IoT). Building upon the foundation of its penetration testing division, X-Force Red, IBM is looking to instill …

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IoT adoption in the enterprise gaining momentum in Australia: Telsyte

IoT adoption in the enterprise gaining momentum in Australia: Telsyte

Nearly a quarter, or 23 percent, of Australian organisations are in the test, development, or production phase of IoT, a new study by analyst firm Telsyte has found. According to the Telsyte Australian Emerging Enterprise Technology Study 2017 , which surveyed 302 IT decision makers on nine types of "emerging" technologies, 59 percent of early adopters claimed cost savings from …

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Money At The Edge: Channel Partners See The Benefits Of Pairing Edge Computing With IoT

Money At The Edge: Channel Partners See The Benefits Of Pairing Edge Computing With IoT

As more customers adopt Internet of Things applications, solution providers say edge computing applications – where data is processed and analyzed at the end device level – are becoming more prevalent. "More IoT devices and sensors need to be ubiquitous to their environment," said Aaron Kamphuis, IoT practice manager at Open Systems Technologies, a Grand Rapids, Mich.-based solution provider. "We’re …

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IoT fired up by bandwidth approval

IoT fired up by bandwidth approval

The graphic shows IoT devices. Photo courtesy of computerworld. com The commercial sector is likely to adopt Internet of Things (IoT) technology at a much faster clip after the 920-925 megahertz spectrum was approved for use in IoT devices, the National Broadcasting Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) said yesterday. "The regulator’s decision to green light the plan will increase the use of …

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Workers are not as enthusiastic about artificial intelligence and automation as their bosses

Workers are not as enthusiastic about artificial intelligence and automation as their bosses

A quarter of Australians fear redundancy due to increased use of artificial intelligence and automation as businesses increasingly investigate options, according to a new report into business use of emerging technologies. The study from research firm Telsyte looks broadly across Australian businesses and the rapid adoption of new technologies underway, including artificial intelligence and automation, wearable technology, augmented and virtual …

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