Bianca SpinosaNov: Getting government ready for the Internet of Things

What: "Government and the Internet of Things," a report by the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center.

Why: The Internet of Things encompasses a wide range of devices, including cell phones, cars, kitchen appliances, jet engines, electricity meters and windmills. By 2020, experts forecast that 26 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, and some predict two or three times that number.

Penny Crosman: Why the Internet of Things Should Be a Bank Thing

Asked about the Internet of Things, bankers often shrug and admit they haven't given the subject much thought.

But as more "things" — cars, refrigerators, dryers, scales and such — get connected (Gartner forecasts 25 billion new sensors will be deployed between now and the end of the decade), participating in the IoT could help banks stay relevant.

Boris Adryan: IoT, M2M and the Need for Real-Time Analytics

Suppose you've developed a connected hardware product and are now in the market for a suitable software solution. Congratulations! With what feels like a new IoT platform every week, the choice is yours. Some providers are now trying to score with a special emphasis on real-time analytics. But do you really have the need for speed ? And if so, is real-time analytics in the cloud the appropriate solution for you?

Erin Monday: The future of global business lies in the Internet of Things

Each year, the IBM Institute for Business Values conducts its Global C-suite Study to gather business insights from more than 5,000 business leaders across 21 different industries. This study, which helps identify trends, concerns and opportunities for global business, helps create a panoramic perspective of what business leaders see when they look to the horizon.

Maria Deutscher: Israeli startup promises unbreakable encryption for the Internet of Things

Even the most advanced cryptography can theoretically be cracked with enough time and processing power, but that’s the least of an organization’s network protection worries. A much more tangible concern is the fact that conventional security protocols suffer from certain design flaws that hackers are potentially able to exploit in order to simply bypass their encryption, a weakness that Secret Double Octopus Ltd. promises to remove with a new approach described as unbreakable both in theory and practice.

Jim Lein: What Does The Internet of Things Mean To You?

Oracle Profit magazine’s Five Ideas recently featured the perspective of five Oracle experts on The Internet of Things (IoT) which I found to be thought-provoking because I get asked to define IoT several times per week. It's a term that means different things to different people. I confess, I sometimes use the phrase as a place to park my incomplete or immature musings on a subject, especially in conversations with people outside our industry, e.g. “the Internet of Things means doing business the way your customers want and expect you to”.

Jason Hope: 5 Predictions for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is here to stay, and with ever-growing predictions about the number of items that will be connected in the next decade, analysts are looking to figure out how IoT is going to change mankind’s future. After looking at the information and guesses that are out there, here are five predictions I believe are solid about the future of the Internet of Things.

Sudha Jamthe: The Internet of Things Show with Sudha Jamthe

Streamed live on Nov 17, 2015. A weekly IoT show on the Topic: Smart Cities - Open Sensors for Air Quality

Show Details: Lets look at a community project of setting Air quality filters for London Heathrow and at Atmotube a personal Air sensor. We will also talk to +James Moulding about leveraging Open sensor data sets.

Guest: +James Moulding+Vera Kozyr


Aeris: The Definitive Guide to IoT for Business

Many consumer guides have been written outlining how Internet of Things technologies might apply to individuals’ lives, but not much exists to give executives and project managers an overview before embarking on the business of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications.

The end-user world of smartphones, fitness trackers, and connected toasters has been sufficiently discussed elsewhere. So if you’re in the business of IoT and M2M or looking to start up a deployment, this guide is for you.


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