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    1. Shining a light on the dark side of IoT

      Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age

      From smartphones to medical devices, connected cars to robo-bosses, everyone has read plenty about how the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to transform everyday lives and unlock unprecedented growth within companies. With a number of benefits on offer, it’s perhaps of little wonder why the IoT will be adopted by 85% of businesses by

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    2. How IoT and digital are boosting companies’ profitability

      Originally written by Ben Rossi on Information Age

      Ask a millennial for their details over the phone and you are likely to be met with suspicion and skepticism – yet ask them via a screen and the answer will be a barrage of information. The rise in digital has lead to a complete cultural shift in the way modern customers interact with

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    3. 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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    4. The security challenges with the Internet of Things

      Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age

      The recent spate of DDoS attacks are not taking advantage of amplification techniques, which have been the most prevalent types of DDoS attacks in recent years. Instead, the attacks are just flooding links with traffic generated from the sources, the traditional way of implementing a DDoS. Lastly and most concerning, is that the attacks have

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    5. Debunking myths about IoT projects

      Debunking myths about IoT projects

      Originally written by Nick Ismail on Information Age

      The first myth to smash is that the Internet of Things (IoT) is new. In fact the concept has been around since the mid 1980’s. Machine-to-machine (M2M), as it is known in the enterprise, set the foundation for IoT decades ago. The difference is that now all of the smart connected devices are also connected

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    6. Why objective testing is critical to the super-fast 5G future

      The benefits of 5G Unlike 3G and 4G before it, 5G is not primarily designed as a new air interface. From the very start, 5G has been driven by discussions surrounding use cases and applications, meaning that the scopes of the technology have followed the requirements. Specifically, 5G will further support the interlinkage and interactivity

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    7. The rise of 5Gs technology market

      5G (5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems) is the next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards beyond the current 4G/IMT-Advanced standards. In basic terms, 5G will provide significantly faster internet speeds across a range of devices from smartphones, to smartwatches, to cars, to computers. 5G offers internet speed between 10 Gbps and

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    8. Gartner’s top 10 IT predictions for 2017 and beyond

      Analyst firm Gartner has revealed its top predictions for IT organisations and users in the coming years. The predictions examine three core areas of digital innovation: experience and engagement, business innovation, and the secondary effects that result form increased digital capabilities. Daryl Plummer, managing VP and chief of research at Gartner, said the predictions

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    9. Busting 3 Industrial Internet of Things myths

      There is no doubt that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market is evolving quickly. In the report Digital Transformation – an Internet of Things perspective, IDC predicts that the installed base of IoT endpoints will grow from less than 13 billion units at the end of 2015 to 30 billion by 2020. The

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    10. 3 Ways Smart Technology Is Impacting The Office Environment

      Office technology has advanced dramatically in the last 10 years from the decline in fax machines, to the rise in smartphones, and everything in between. In the past 12 months in particular, we’ve seen how the ‘Internet of Things’ has taken the world by storm, with senior IT decision makers adopting smart devices to

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    11. Royal Mail’s data journey

      Royal Mail’s data journey

      Just over three years ago, Thomas Lee-Warren was given a mandate by Royal Mail to change the perception of data from something that appeared in reports to something that could change the fortunes of the company. Three years on, and Lee-Warren is still director of the Data Group at Royal Mail, and the results have seen a digital transformation of Royal Mail’s business operational capability.

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    12. Managing and securing the Internet of Things

      Managing and securing the Internet of Things

      The rise of connected devices in the IoT age has transformed how businesses approach operations. The IoT is on the verge of transforming the digital marketplace, and is set to dominate the way we live and work. By 2020, 21 billion connected IoT devices will outnumber users with laptops, tablets, and smartphones by more than 3 times, according to a report by Gartner. 6% of these will be in use for industrial IoT applications.

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    13. The data opportunity banks must embrace

      The data opportunity banks must embrace

      As the world moves into an age of technology like the Internet of Things, cloud computing and digitalisation, almost all of our daily movements leave some sort of data trail. Whether it’s buying groceries online, communicating with energy providers or creating new social media accounts, nearly every individual has a personal data repository associated with every service they engage with. This includes engagement with the financial services industry.

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