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INSIDE THE TORNADO: HOW TO THRIVE IN THE PERFECT STORM OF IOT

| June 09, 2016

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The widespread deployment of high bandwidth mobile networks in tandem with the creation of a vast array of low cost sensor devices......

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IOT DEVELOPERS: MASTER THIS CODING LANGUAGE IF YOU WANT TO THRIVE

| July 12, 2016

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By many accounts, Internet of Things (IoT) developers are still happy to kick the tires on potential projects. According to VisionMobile survey data, just under half of all IoT developers are in IoT to "simply explor[e] the technology without any specific use case in mind....

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IOT TECH EXPO: HOW STARTUPS CAN SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN AN IOT LANDSCAPE

IoT Tech News | June 28, 2018

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"If you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg," explained Wienke Giezeman, co-founder at LoRaWAN network provider The Things Network, "don't go into IoT." At an entertaining panel session at IoT Tech Expo Europe this morning, representatives from various stakeholders discussed the ins and outs of Internet of Things investment - and what your startup needs to do to survive. According to Manuela Krull-Mancinelli, managing director of smart city and IoT at StartUpBootCamp, 85%...

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THE DANGERS OF IOT AND AI

Tech Radar | January 13, 2020

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The risks of cybersecurity are more complex than ever. Due to the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), by 2020 every person will generate 1.7 megabytes of information per second. As new technologies evolve, cyber criminals adapt and discover new hacking methods to apprehend sensitive data. AI and IoT have the potential to revolutionise society, but what happens when these new technologies are weaponized by cyber criminals? Unless hardware-based endpoint security...

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INSIDE THE TORNADO: HOW TO THRIVE IN THE PERFECT STORM OF IOT

| June 09, 2016

The widespread deployment of high bandwidth mobile networks in tandem with the creation of a vast array of low cost sensor devices......

Read More
news image

IOT DEVELOPERS: MASTER THIS CODING LANGUAGE IF YOU WANT TO THRIVE

| July 12, 2016

By many accounts, Internet of Things (IoT) developers are still happy to kick the tires on potential projects. According to VisionMobile survey data, just under half of all IoT developers are in IoT to "simply explor[e] the technology without any specific use case in mind....

Read More
news image

IOT TECH EXPO: HOW STARTUPS CAN SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN AN IOT LANDSCAPE

IoT Tech News | June 28, 2018

"If you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg," explained Wienke Giezeman, co-founder at LoRaWAN network provider The Things Network, "don't go into IoT." At an entertaining panel session at IoT Tech Expo Europe this morning, representatives from various stakeholders discussed the ins and outs of Internet of Things investment - and what your startup needs to do to survive. According to Manuela Krull-Mancinelli, managing director of smart city and IoT at StartUpBootCamp, 85%...

Read More
news image

THE DANGERS OF IOT AND AI

Tech Radar | January 13, 2020

The risks of cybersecurity are more complex than ever. Due to the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), by 2020 every person will generate 1.7 megabytes of information per second. As new technologies evolve, cyber criminals adapt and discover new hacking methods to apprehend sensitive data. AI and IoT have the potential to revolutionise society, but what happens when these new technologies are weaponized by cyber criminals? Unless hardware-based endpoint security...

Read More