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Q&A: How to control access to IoT data Special

IoT is responsible for driving the biggest quantity of data into data lakes for businesses to analyze and leverage for analytics. With so much data at stake, companies must control who can and cannot access that data.

How edge computing can boost business efficiency

Many businesses are investing in edge computing, in order to achieve scale, speed and safety. Edge computing is essential for processing data speedily, such as with self-driving cars. We take a look at some of the advantages.

Physically unclonable function developed for IoT security

Technologists have developed a new type of Internet of Things security feature, described as a 'physically unclonable function'. This new security feature is said to be is ten times more reliable than current methods.

Q&A: How intelligent streetlights are driving smart cities Special

In Illinois, the company Itron will connect and manage 140,000 municipal smart streetlights. The open, standards-based network connecting the streetlights also powers a variety of smart grid applications.

White paper predicts six key trends in the consumer IoT market

Smart home IoT company Viomi Technology and the International Data Corporation have jointly issued a white paper that identifies key consumer trends for the Internet of Things and the smart home.

Home energy startup secures funding support for IoT technology

Home energy Internet of Things provider GreenCom Networks has completed a fundraising round with Centrica Innovations, designed to support its technology. The IoT system is designed to support energy retailers.

Q&A: Improving healthcare with the IoT Special

The Internet of Things has numerous applications in healthcare, ranging from remote monitoring to smart sensors and medical device integration. Such technology can aid patients to keep safe and healthy.

Beware: Security risks from cheap IoT devices

There’s been an expansion of IoT devices in the past year or so, and some of these are better than others. If you throw your unreliable IoT device away be careful as there are security risks from eavesdropping gadgets.

Are we ready for the Internet of Ears?

The Internet of Things has taken a foothold in many homes. According to some technologists, the next stage for the smart home is the Internet of Sound, based on sensors detecting alterations with vibrations, sound and electrical field.

New international standard for the Internet of Things

A new international standard has been produced for the Internet of Things, signifying the growing use of connected technology and the need for a global commonality of practice for the various types of emerging technologies.

How secure is business IoT?

A new research paper dives into business Internet of Things. It finds that the majority of survey respondents believe that security concerns around digital technologies are the biggest inhibitors to digital transformation.

Q&A: Edge computing move services to the point of processing Special

Decentralized IoT networks and edge computing can help businesses to tighten data security and to reduce costs by moving services closer to the point of processing. Adi Hirschtein of Iguazio looks at the technology and its application.

If you’re at IoT World Congress you’ll want to read this

Planning to attend IoT World Congress 2018, in Barcelona? Good choice. It’s a unique opportunity to learn from IoT experts, network with industry pros, and experience some of the newest IoT solutions first-hand.

Spray-on antennas offer smart-tech breakthrough

Philadelphia - Scientists have constructed a novel method for spraying ultra-thin antennas composed if a two-dimensional metallic material. These antennae offer a range of applications linked to flexible, smart electronics.

IoT is driving a home healthcare industry

According to a new report, the Internet of Medical Things is helping to drive the home healthcare industry into new innovations, clustered around wearables and e-skin devices.

Q&A: Decentralized IoT networks help supply-chains Special

Blockchain has the potential to transform supply chains but it is hampered by an ability of scale. To counter this, technology company Ambrosus have outlined steps to achieve a scalable blockchain-based supply chain.

Schneier: Slow down the Internet of Things

According to cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier we need to pause and slowdown our development of the Internet of Things, otherwise we will head towards a cyber disaster. He calls for governments action.

Strategies for improving healthcare IoT

The Internet of Things is impacting on many industries, including healthcare. Each industry presents different challenges. A new survey offers advice for those working in the healthcare sector seeking to brig connected technologies on-line.

Strategies for dealing with IoT networks

The Internet of Things is impacting on a range of businesses in terms of producing valuable data streams. Such data can inform on internal controls or gather information about new markets. A new survey looks at strategy tips.

Q&A: Are IoT devices a security threat? Special

Connected devices are a potential ongoing threat to the security of their users. The main concerns are discussed by IoT security expert Yotam Gutman, who outlines steps that can be followed to avoid becoming a victim of IoT hackers of all types.

Trusted IoT Alliance aims for security and scalablity: Q&A Special

The Trusted IoT Alliance, an open source software consortium that aims to create a secure, scalable, interoperable, and trusted Internet of Things ecosystem. Paul Madsen from Hedera Hashgraph explains more.

How emerging technologies fit into digital strategies

Manufacturers should be investing in, or at least exploring, the Internet of Things and industrial automation, among other technologies, according to Microsoft partner Columbus, which sets out a ‘Manufacturing 2020’ strategy in a new report.

Mozilla announces grants for projects on how AI affects society

Mozilla recently announced the creation of seven new five-figure grants for "technologists and media makers who help the public understand how threats to a healthy internet affect their everyday lives."

Strengthening Bluetooth for Industrial IoT

The Industrial Internet of Things continues to expand. However, progress can be hampered by data transmission and connectivity. A new device, from u-blox, aims to improve Bluetooth connectivity.

AI and Cloud are front and center of #DellTechWorld

Las Vegas - Emerging, game-changing technology trends from AI and Machine Learning to IoT and software-defined everything have been front and center during the Dell Technologies World 2018 in Las Vegas.

Audio IoT? Video is set to dominate: Interview Special

A visual aspect to IoT gadgets is imminent, based on industry developments. This means the days of just a smart speaker assistant will be over. Aaron Emigh, CEO of Brilliant looks into the new trends for Digital Journal.

Truck tires become part of the Internet of Things

Truck tires are the latest aspect of vehicles to become part of the Internet of Things. This is to collect statistics relating to usage and safety, to help businesses to manage fleets of vehicles and to manage stock control.

IoT expansion could pose greater utilities threat

According to a new assessment, the adoption of Internet of Things technology raises the prospect of new and more imaginative cybersecurity threats, especially for utilities companies.

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ adds faster networking for Pi Day

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a new model of the diminutive single-board computer which iterates on 2016's Raspberry Pi 3. The updated Model B+ adds a faster processor, modern networking and official support for Power over Ethernet (PoE).

IoT platform manages devices via a 'single pane of glass'

A new cloud based Internet of Things platform has been released, which can manage devices across various cellular and satellite networks and across different territories. The one-stop control enables operations from one touchscreen.
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