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    1. IoT weaknesses provide more possibilities for hackers; Paladion

      IoT weaknesses provide more possibilities for hackers; Paladion

      Security firm Paladion has revealed that the rise of connected devices means there is a higher possibility for hackers to target individuals. According to Markets and Markets, the Internet of Things (IoT) market size is estimated to grow from $157.05bn in 2016 to $661.74bn by 2021. With this growth, IoT security is also a growing concern as it includes new risk areas that the cybersecurity industry is still learning to resolve, such as cloud and mobility.

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    2. IoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to Hackers

      IoT Vulnerabilities Open Up New Possibilties to Hackers 15 January, 2017 More connected devices mean more attack vectors and more possibilities for hackers to target us; unless we move fast to address this rising security concern, we'll soon be facing an inevitable disaster. 15 January 2017 Dubai, UAE - Internet of Things is a revolution that has suddenly captured our imagination. As a technology, IoT is unique since it has a role to play in consumer, enterprise and industrial worlds.

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    3. Preparing your enterprise for IoT and automation in the workplace: Part 2

      Preparing your enterprise for IoT and automation in the workplace: Part 2

      Make sure to check out my earlier post, “Preparing Your Enterprise for IoT and Automation in the Workplace: Part 1,” before reading this column.

      In Part 1, we discussed top key happenings, findings and wisdom that might help your business engage in better discussions as you plan for 2017. This is specific to automation of operations and the workforce, connecting your workplace, and implementing internet of things (IoT) applications.

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    4. How buildings can harness big data

      How buildings can harness big data

      Owen King, senior consultant at workplace transformation business Unwork, describes how buildings are already harnessing the benefits of big data

      The way companies use their office space has been transformed over the past few years.

      In the past, firms tended to look at real estate as an intractable – though necessary – cost of doing business. Now there is greater appreciation of the contribution that work environments can make to business success.

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    5. IOT Landgrab

      IOT Landgrab

      AT&T (NYSE:T) recently announced plans to shut down its 2G network by the end of 2016. This will leave millions of customers and Internet of Things (IoT) devices without a network. For these 2G devices to continue to work on 3G or newer networks, an upgrade is required, which will be expensive. The Network upgrade is driven by AT&T’s need to free up its wireless spectrum for re-farming (currently used by 2G network for connecting to legacy devices) to build out its LTE Network.

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    6. Is the Internet of Things the New Cyber War’s Battleground?

      Is the Internet of Things the New Cyber War’s Battleground?

      More than 40 percent of all venture and seed capital investments made in the United States over the past year have gone to companies that manufacture Internet of Things (“IoT”) devices. The aggregate U.S. venture investment into IoT companies in 2016 is expected to exceed $1.3 billion. With this explosive growth of IoT companies and the devices they produce, it is only natural that the IoT industry is becoming the next cybersecurity battleground.

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    7. Internet of Things And Digital Marketing

      – Popular term which has dominated the market since last year IOT – internet of things is the network - interworking of physical devices or objects that may include devices, buildings, vehicles or other articles which are embedded with electronics , sensors , software’s , network connectivity and thereby enabling these objects to collect and exchange the data.

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    8. With 5G Technology, the Internet of (25 Billion) Things Will Be Realized

      With 5G Technology, the Internet of (25 Billion) Things Will Be Realized

      Consider this: A driverless car that transports you safely to work while you apply makeup in the backseat, or a refrigerator that knows you’re out of milk and instantly orders a fresh gallon. Sounds good, right?

      How about a lightbulb that automatically adjusts its brightness throughout the day, a T-shirt that calls 911 if you have a heart attack, a front door that unlocks by recognizing your face, or even a hologram that allows you to interact with remote loved ones?

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    9. IoT Evolution Expo 2017

      IoT Evolution Expo 2017

      IoT Evolution Expo, February 7-10, 2017 Explore groundbreaking IoT technologies and solutions your company can leverage now to optimize business process, increase productivity and drive new revenue. Five tracks of content, an Industrial IoT conference, hands on demonstrations, keynotes, and an IoT Exhibition all combine to provide unmatched education and networking to successfully launch your IoT initiatives. Topics include; enterprise IoT, indus...

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    10. The most disruptive enterprise technology trends of 2017

      Originally written by Ben Rossi on Information Age

      1. Digital transformation In a number of companies, digital management and strategy is now more important than information management, with some CIOs even reporting to the CDO. The new concerns of digital transformation, such as a brand focus and coordinating relationships, rather than operations, are often very alien for some verticals. ‘Manufacturing and logistics

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    11. News: AT&T strengthens Internet of Things (IoT) offerings with Gemalto’s remote subscription management

      News: AT&T strengthens Internet of Things (IoT) offerings with Gemalto’s remote subscription management

      Posted By: News AT&T strengthens Internet of Things (IoT) offerings with Gemalto’s remote subscription management solution Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, is supplying AT&T with a remote subscription management solution that will help enable its customers to deploy new and highly secure IoT applications in the U.S. and globally.

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