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    1. For Mid-Sized Business, The Internet Of Things Is Finally Here

      For Mid-Sized Business, The Internet Of Things Is Finally Here

      The hype about the Internet of Things (IoT) is as loud today as the buzz about the cloud revolution was a few years ago. And it’s just as likely to become reality. A growing number of ordinary things – thermostats, refrigerators, cars, couriered packages – can now communicate with each other and with central computers over a network. According to Gartner, 4.9 billion connected “things” were in use in 2015, and that number is expected to reach 25 billion by 2020.

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    2. SAP Launched Two New Internet of Things Solutions

      SAP Launched Two New Internet of Things Solutions

      SAP, announced the launch of two new Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, SAP® Connected Goods software and the SAP Dynamic Edge Processing server. These IoT innovations allow SAP customers to connect large volumes of IoT devices and real-time sensor data to core business processes for improved business outcomes including reduced bandwidth costs, greater visibility and insight, and enhanced revenue opportunities.

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    3. Here's how you can build a career in the Internet of Things industry

      Here's how you can build a career in the Internet of Things industry

      Almost every piece of electronic circuitry is on the lookout to get connected right now. This is leading to the widespread emergence of Internet of Things, the connected network of objects that use sensors, actuators and transmitters to send and receive data related to the object itself. And to say that Internet of Things is still just a buzzword would be nothing short of idiocy.

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    4. Ocado's new 'internet of things' department

      Ocado's new 'internet of things' department

      Ocado is to create a department dedicated to ‘internet of things’ technology.

      The new internet of things (IoT) department will specialise in connecting physical objects to the internet, to improve efficiency across all areas of the business. IoT has previously been a sub-division of the wireless department. IoT technology has always been important to Ocado’s business. For example, in the past, Ocado used the technology to develop robots to collect and process customers’ orders in the warehouse.

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    5. Internet of Things to change retail and payment

      Internet of Things to change retail and payment

      PETALING JAYA, Sept 2 — Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to revolutionise retail and payment eco-systems as consumers move away from traditional payment methods to e-payment via applications on their mobile phones.

      Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) department of digital lifestyle and society director John Tay said consumers can tap and get more information about products before buying and only need to scan, wave or a few clicks via mobile applications when they intend to make a payment through their phones.

      “This technology will make shopping cashless, hassle-free as consumers do not need to bring cash. It can ...

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    6. How mobile apps allow constant connect to the Internet of Things

      How mobile apps allow constant connect to the Internet of Things

      The Internet of Things (IoT) has become the byword in the world of information technology in recent times. Confusion , however, prevails among laypersons on how this can be deployed in daily life. The fact remains that most people are already benefitting from the IoT without realising it—via apps. Today, mobiles and the online realm are awash with myriad apps for all purposes—be it reservations, payments, downloads or building facilities management. Usage of mobile apps is soaring globally.

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    7. SAP and HPE Race into the Future of the Internet of Things

      SAP and HPE Race into the Future of the Internet of Things

      The virtual reality video below shows how IoT makes bike riding better – and what that means for manufacturing industries.

      For more than 27 years, SAP and HPE have been working together to bring businesses some of the most innovative solutions. Now they are teaming up to revolutionize the Internet of Things for industrial customers, by analyzing IoT data both in the cloud and right at the edge of the network.

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