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Webinars

Digital and Data Literacy, Part Two -- Scholarly Digital and Data Literacy: Satisfying the Need
DIGITAL AND DATA LITERACY, PART TWO -- SCHOLARLY DIGITAL AND DATA LITERACY: SATISFYING THE NEED
September 20-20, 2017
NISO has developed a quick tutorial, How to Participate in a NISO Web Event. Please view the recording, which is an overview of the web conferencing system and will help to answer the most commonly asked questions regarding participating in an online Webex event. You will need a computer for the pre...

Webinar: THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) and Smart Buildings – Understanding the Relationship
WEBINAR: THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) AND SMART BUILDINGS – UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIP
August 08-08, 2017
Over the last two years, there has been a surge of information from major companies regarding the Internet of Things (IoT). At a high level, this means connecting everything to the Internet, from kitchen appliances to automobiles. While we are still in the early stages of this paradigm, many are won...

IoT Solutions World Congress
IOT SOLUTIONS WORLD CONGRESS
October 03-05, 2017
IoT Solutions World Congress will be back in October 03 – 05, 2017 in Barcelona. Save the date for a new edition of the global reference IoT Industry Event! - See more at: http://www.iotsworldcongress.com/#sthash.JpwZv65w.dpuf

Webinar: IoT For Buildings 3.0 - The Next Chapter Begins
WEBINAR: IOT FOR BUILDINGS 3.0 - THE NEXT CHAPTER BEGINS
July 26-26, 2017
The Internet of Things (IoT) has existed in its current iteration for about three years. The idea is simple: connect anything and everything to the network. Around the same time, people began investigating what IoT meant for buildings. After all, there were thousands of ‘things’ in the w...

Webinar: The Building Internet of Things (BIoT) - Case Studies at the Edge
WEBINAR: THE BUILDING INTERNET OF THINGS (BIOT) - CASE STUDIES AT THE EDGE
October 10-10, 2017
The Internet of Things, in its most current version has been around for about 3-4 years. Morphing from machine-to-machine technologies, the Industrial Internet of Things is redefining traditional building automation. Fueled by a common network, (the Web/Cloud) and edge processing that is getting che...

Mission Impossible: Securing the Cloud (and IoT) Endpoint?
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: SECURING THE CLOUD (AND IOT) ENDPOINT?
July 12-12, 2017
Your mission as a security professional (you already chose to accept this mission – so backing out is sadly not an option) is to protect all sensitive enterprise data. How can you do that when you seemingly have a lack of effective control over cloud endpoints, BYOD users, arbitrary browsers, ...

IoT Panel: Exploring Industrial IoT – What Makes it Different?
IOT PANEL: EXPLORING INDUSTRIAL IOT – WHAT MAKES IT DIFFERENT?
July 18-18, 2017
These days, almost anything involving a device connected to a mobile or cloud application is being called an Internet of Things (IoT) application. Examples like smart home and retail applications leverage a combination of sensors, gateways, and cloud application to implement measurement and analysis...

Creating value out of Digital - Leverage your IoT data
CREATING VALUE OUT OF DIGITAL - LEVERAGE YOUR IOT DATA
July 12-12, 2017
Join SAS, the market leader in data analytics, and Bosch as they discuss how to leverage IoT data to make the most out of your connected vehicle systems and other high value assets.

Marrying IoT and UC
MARRYING IOT AND UC
July 13-13, 2017
IoT is a growing environment of connected devices, sensors and endpoints. Each endpoint is network enabled and transmits information to machines or people; the transmitted information can tie into a unified communications (UC) system to route messages to specific people based on analytics. IoT can a...

Strategies for Securing IoT in the Enterprise
STRATEGIES FOR SECURING IOT IN THE ENTERPRISE
August 15-15, 2017
As sensors and other industrial devices become increasingly connected, enterprises face a host of security and privacy vulnerabilities, including the risk of hackers gaining access to sensitive operational systems and obtaining sensitive data. Meanwhile, many devices are still being deployed with mi...

Smart Cities Networks: Wireless is a Must for Success
SMART CITIES NETWORKS: WIRELESS IS A MUST FOR SUCCESS
September 06-06, 2017
The potential of the smart city market can be achieved only by implementing scalable network solutions that enable widespread device connectivity. Wireless networks are the preferred solution, since the vast majority of smart city applications are retrofit by nature. But which one to choose is the r...

Can Low-Power Wide Area (LPWA) IoT Networks Capitalize on 5G Confusion?
CAN LOW-POWER WIDE AREA (LPWA) IOT NETWORKS CAPITALIZE ON 5G CONFUSION?
September 13-13, 2017
LPWA technologies for IoT applications have become a leading concern in the telecom industry. For one, rival technologies using unlicensed spectrum, especially Sigfox, LoRaWAN, and Ingenu’s RPMA, have captured significant mindshare, along with a growing customer base and accelerating geographi...

Which Emerging Wi-Fi Standard Will Drive Gigabit Applications for IoT?
WHICH EMERGING WI-FI STANDARD WILL DRIVE GIGABIT APPLICATIONS FOR IOT?
September 27-27, 2017
As IoT steadily increases the number of Wi-Fi-enabled devices, what is needed is a fresh standard capable of transmitting multi-gigabits of data that can also efficiently manage the multiple Wi-Fi connections being deployed during transmission. This is especially critical for enterprise solutions to...

Capitalizing on the IoT through Agile Service Enablement
CAPITALIZING ON THE IOT THROUGH AGILE SERVICE ENABLEMENT
October 03-03, 2017
The exponential connections that come with the IoT allow for the possibility of highly personalized, value-added services that can increase revenue for suppliers in the IoT ecosystem. As operators attempt to capitalize on this opportunity, they will need to understand that back-office systems must b...

5G for IoT: Creating Opportunities for Cellular in IoT
5G FOR IOT: CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR CELLULAR IN IOT
October 12-12, 2017
The mobile community is developing technologies to evolve 4G and lay the groundwork for 5G networks, which will then enable mobile operators to offer fit-for-purpose IoT service offerings. 5G technologies aim to not only dramatically increase the volume of devices that can be supported, but also to ...

Can Machine Learning Solve IoT’s Big Data Problem?
CAN MACHINE LEARNING SOLVE IOT’S BIG DATA PROBLEM?
November 02-02, 2017
Between 2015 and 2020, IoT devices will more than double in number to 30 billion, driven by surging adoption in diverse segments such as personal, household, government, industrial and many others. IoT proliferation, in turn, will generate vast amounts of data, propagation will enable businesses to ...

Lessons Learned: Smart Manufacturing Case Studies
LESSONS LEARNED: SMART MANUFACTURING CASE STUDIES
October 18-18, 2017
Introducing a new IoT solution promises opportunities to improve productivity, reduce downtime and a range of other benefits. But where should you start, and how can you avoid the mistakes of others? Targeted at companies evaluating technologies and starting their IoT journey, this webinar will disc...

Smart Cities: Challenges and Opportunities for Carriers and Service Providers
SMART CITIES: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CARRIERS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS
November 09-09, 2017
With 80% of the world’s population currently residing in urban centers, interest in a smart cities solutions from vendors and service providers is very high. However, most smart city projects to date have focused on just a few key applications, such as metering and lighting. What will it take ...

Low-Power, Low-Cost Connectivity Options Proliferate
LOW-POWER, LOW-COST CONNECTIVITY OPTIONS PROLIFERATE
June 29-29, 2017
Battery life and connection costs are often key success factors for IoT deployments, and the number of options for low-power, low-cost connections is exploding. LP-WAN initiatives like Sigfox, LoRa, and Ingenu are gaining more than foothold in IoT market, while cellular carriers are ready to introdu...

Does 5G Eliminate the Need for Wi-Fi Connectivity in Automotive?
DOES 5G ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR WI-FI CONNECTIVITY IN AUTOMOTIVE?
October 26-26, 2017
The number of Wi-Fi-connected passenger vehicles is projected for rapid growth over the next several years, with Wi-Fi implementation becoming standard in cars for telematics, infotainment, safety and navigation applications. However, the increased capabilities of LTE Advanced and 5G could minimize ...

The Role of Next-Gen Microwave in 5G X-Haul
THE ROLE OF NEXT-GEN MICROWAVE IN 5G X-HAUL
October 11-11, 2017
The 5G network will require next-gen transport architecture. So how is microwave responding to the defining network characteristics of 5G? To be sure, operators need to ensure that transport networks are able to accommodate granular services, applications and devices. And an important question is wh...

How To Protect Your IoT Deployments
HOW TO PROTECT YOUR IOT DEPLOYMENTS
July 17-17, 2017
The internet of things (IoT) has evolved beyond a hyped buzzword into commercially available technologies that can significantly improve customer outcomes and deliver business benefits. Just as IoT has evolved, so too have IoT-related security threats, which are no longer theoretical possibilities. ...

SPOTLIGHT

Battery life and connection costs are often key success factors for IoT deployments, and the number of options for low-power, low-cost connections is exploding. LP-WAN initiatives like Sigfox, LoRa, and Ingenu are gaining more than foothold in IoT market, while cellular carriers are ready to introdu