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    1. Blockchain And IoT: Not Ready For Primetime, But Now’s The Time To Start

      Blockchain And IoT: Not Ready For Primetime, But Now’s The Time To Start

      Few would disagree that for IoT to live up to its promises, devices will sooner or later need to communicate directly, autonomously and securely with each other. Well-architected blockchain-based systems can help deliver those requirements, but they’re not available or even feasible today. In many ways, that’s a good thing, because it opens up great opportunities to get things right.

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    2. Blockchain’s Potential For IoT Solutions

      Blockchain’s Potential For IoT Solutions

      “IoT is not a feasible concept without a solution that allows for the direct interaction between machines and devices. Blockchain is a technology that can help to unlock this piece of the puzzle.”

      - Matthew Spoke, CEO, Nuco

      Blockchain technology and the IoT both are currently catching the imagination of many interested stakeholders — for good reasons. For IoT to come into its own in the long run, devices sooner or later will have to communicate directly between each other.

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    3. Recent DDoS Attacks Highlight Need to Ramp Up IoT Security

      Recent DDoS Attacks Highlight Need to Ramp Up IoT Security

      A recent string of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against a variety of Web sites, driven by hundreds of thousands of Internet-connected devices, highlights new vulnerabilities and the lack of security in the rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT) industry, according to the Smart Card Alliance.

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    4. Firms Getting Serious About Internet of Things Investments | Information Management Online

      Firms Getting Serious About Internet of Things Investments | Information Management Online

      Organizations are moving past pilot projects and toward scalable deployments of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, according to a survey from International Data Corp. (IDC).

      The firm said initial results from its 2016 Global IoT Decision Maker Survey show that the market is pivoting away from proof-of-concept projects to scalable IoT deployments that are incorporating cloud, analytics, and security capabilities.

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    5. IoT in the Data Center: A Buzzword or the Real Thing? | Information Management Online

      IoT in the Data Center: A Buzzword or the Real Thing? | Information Management Online

      The writer Eric Arthur Blair, better known by his pen name, George Orwell, and as the author of the groundbreaking novels “Nineteen Eighty-Four” and “Animal Farm,” was not fond of language that suffered from a staleness of imagery or a lack of precision. In particular, Orwell deplored the use of a foreign phrase, a scientific word, or jargon in the place of an everyday English equivalent.

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    6. Integrating Cybersecurity Into Your Digital Transformation

      Integrating Cybersecurity Into Your Digital Transformation

      For obvious reasons, security is one of the key topics in any digital transformation program. It is even more so for industrial production– and operation– systems.

      In this case, the cybersecurity challenge is two-fold:

      First, you are usually planning to send a massive amount of your production data to the cloud provided by your IoT platform supplier. Since most of this data used to never leave your shop floor, making the leap may have new security ramifications, which need to be pondered.

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    7. Critical Next Steps for IoT

      Critical Next Steps for IoT

      We sometimes think of the Internet of Things (IoT) as a monolithic solution that companies are rapidly deploying to collect and analyze sensor data in order to do amazing things.

      The reality is that today’s IoT vendor landscape encompasses a bewildering assortment of devices, gateways, storage systems, analytics solutions and SaaS services, along with a myriad of protocols, security standards and data models.

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    8. Harnessing the Data Tipping Point of IoT | Information Management Online

      Harnessing the Data Tipping Point of IoT | Information Management Online

      Malcom Gladwell popularized the phrase “the tipping point” in his best-selling book that highlighted how a series of events over time can lead to a moment when massive growth and expansion materializes.

      Gladwell underscores that often the triggers that drive these significant tipping point events are obscure and have enough latency that they may not be recognized or understood until after the fact.

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    9. Harnessing the Data Tipping Point of IoT

      Harnessing the Data Tipping Point of IoT

      Malcom Gladwell popularized the phrase “the tipping point” in his best-selling book that highlighted how a series of events over time can lead to a moment when massive growth and expansion materializes.

      Gladwell underscores that often the triggers that drive these significant tipping point events are obscure and have enough latency that they may not be recognized or understood until after the fact.

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    10. The Internet of Healthcare – Sector Spotlight

      The Internet of Healthcare – Sector Spotlight

      There are a lot of articles available discussing the potential that the Internet of Things can bring to both consumers and companies. In this article, I’d like to discuss how the healthcare industry specifically stands to gain from the Internet of Things, looking specifically at healthcare payers and providers.

      Healthcare insurance companies, similar to insurance companies in most other sectors, stand to reap the most benefit from the data aggregation and analytics that IoT can help provide.

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    11. As IoT Proliferates, The Role Of IT Keeps Growing

      As IoT Proliferates, The Role Of IT Keeps Growing

      Traditionally, the roles of digital and physical security in enterprises have been comfortably siloed. Physical security systems, including analog CCTV video surveillance and access control, were the responsibility of the facilities management and security teams. IT was responsible for securing the network and protecting against cyber attacks.

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    12. Informatica Pivots From A Data Company To A Business Insights Company

      Informatica Pivots From A Data Company To A Business Insights Company

      Informatica World wrapped up in San Francisco last week where almost 3,000 customers and partners gathered in the Moscone West conference center for four days packed with executive keynotes, customer and partner presentations. Based on my time there it’s clear that:

      Informatica is pivoting to cater to a business audience. They recognize the business and their requirements have gained greater influence over technology purchasing decisions and are responding accordingly.

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    13. Mobile Edge Computing Will Be Critical For IoT and Distributed Computing

      Mobile Edge Computing Will Be Critical For IoT and Distributed Computing

      Computing at the edge of the mobile network will frame your IoT-enabled customer experiences in the age of the customer.

      As products and services based on the internet of things (IoT) continue to thrive, so does the reliance on the underlying network infrastructures to drive business success. Most IoT assets will be connected via mobile infrastructure, and cloud services are central to many IoT initiatives to deliver real-time and context-based services.

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