"Dell cloud client-computing: Cost effective, easily managed solutions for the next-generation of industry users"

| March 1, 2016

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Through Dell’s cloud client-computing portfolio, OEM customers are able to achieve enhanced security, manageability and performance. Dell’s 2012 acquisition of Wyse established Dell as the leader in desktop virtualization solutions, pairing Wyse endpoint products with its strong cloud solutions. Dell’s leading OEM solutions together with Dell’s acquisition of Wyse create unmatched and customizable thin and zero clients for OEM users. Through its wide selection of thin and zero clients, across all major operating environments, OEM customers can find the right solution to fit their needs across any industry vertical.

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Tibbo is an international company group leading in hardware and software solutions for the Internet of Things, IT infrastructure management, industrial and building automation, remote monitoring and service, physical access control, and data center management. Two main members of the group are Tibbo Technology and Tibbo Systems.

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Lock Down Personal Smart Devices to Improve Enterprise IoT Security

Article | April 9, 2020

The presence of internet of things (IoT) devices in employee’s homes is a neglected item in many enterprise threat models. Caution is certainly warranted here, but it’s entirely possible to improve your risk awareness and secure smart devices in a calm and measured way. Overlooking privacy and security risks has consequences. It’s in everyone’s best interest to consider the potential impact of every point of data output in your technological ecosystem. Any of these devices could affect the security of your digital connections. To minimize both personal and enterprise risk, it’s important to adhere to the following IoT security best practices.

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Cloud suppliers' share of IoT data and analytics revenues to top $56 billion by 2026

Article | April 9, 2020

A new report from ABI Research predicts that cloud platform suppliers will see a more than $50 billion increase in their share of IoT data and analytics revenue by 2026.Companies providing cloud services have spent years building out their investments in the IoT space and continue to make headway in spreading cloud usage throughout the IoT value chain. The figures come from ABI Research's IoT Analytics and Data Management Services Strategies of Major Cloud Suppliers application analysis report, which examined the competitive outlook of the cloud vendor market and recent acquisitions. The report takes an in-depth look at how leading cloud providers like AWS, Azure, Oracle, Cisco, Huawei, SAP, Google, PTC, Cloudera are positioned in the IoT market and it compares the tools and services offered by each company. It is designed to help IoT companies figure out who the market leaders are, which cloud platforms would be most relevant for their particular industry and revenue forecasts from 2019 until 2026 for IoT integration, storage, analytics, presentation and professional services.

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Four ways to ensure IoT success

Article | April 9, 2020

Three out of four IoT projects are considered a failure, according to Cisco. This is troubling but even more so when Cisco also found 61 per cent of companies say they believe they’ve barely begun to scratch the surface of IoT can do for their business? Businesses believe in the long-term value offered by integrating IoT into their business plan, however, they lack the knowledge of what is required to ensure the success of such a complex project. By studying past failed projects, technology leaders can gain a better understanding of why they failed and what they can do differently when evaluating and undertaking new IoT initiatives.

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How Retail Security Can Welcome IoT Innovations Without Putting Customers at Risk

Article | April 9, 2020

Retail businesses, from mom-and-pop shops to major department stores, are investing heavily in technology to enhance the in-store experience. With the imminent arrival of mainstream 5G, smarter systems are expected to dominate the retail space as the internet of things (IoT) expands. But as we know from connected device deployments in other sectors, such as financial services and healthcare, the IoT is fraught with security vulnerabilities. For retail security, the risks of deploying IoT devices are no less dire. As organizations rely more on the IoT to enable internet connection at every stage of the retail process, protecting IoT infrastructure is critical. Getting on board with the right mindset can go a long way toward achieving a win-win for retail security.

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Tibbo

Tibbo is an international company group leading in hardware and software solutions for the Internet of Things, IT infrastructure management, industrial and building automation, remote monitoring and service, physical access control, and data center management. Two main members of the group are Tibbo Technology and Tibbo Systems.

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