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How Big Will The Internet Of Things IOT Become?
December 17, 2019
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IoTUK is a national programme that aims to increase the pace of IoT development and the adoption of IoT in businesses and the public sector in the UK.
Infographic | January 24, 2020
If we take a look into the future, one thing is certain: cities become much smarter day after day. They are using information and communications technologies to enhance daily city life. There is an overwhelming trend toward introducing new smart services and opening up city data to improve quality of life for citizens – not to mention the many new business opportunities associated with this change. Safran Identity & Security is at the heart of this new era.
Infographic | January 5, 2020
Industrial progress has been at the center of human advancement for centuries. Dell Technologies IoT solutions are helping manufacturers evolve in ways that meet the changing needs of a growing, connected society.
Infographic | December 5, 2019
The internet of Things is revolutionizing industries and connecting societies like never before. New data driven insights are changing business models and reshaping global competition.
Infographic | January 16, 2020
M2M is a subsystem of the Internet of Things—but not the other way round. Their key difference is that in M2M the physical-first products are connected on a closed and point-topoint basis, while in the IoT this happens on a more open and multipoint basis. What constitutes a physical-first “Thing” is a moving target, relying on the perceived novelty of products going smart and connected. Therefore, what is considered part of the IoT today may someday be considered a natural part of the Internet of Digital.
Infographic | January 2, 2020
Most respondents said their company is using,or considereing using,IoT devices as part of operations. These were the most common types of data being collected by companies currently using IoT devices.
Infographic | July 29, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic forced companies to abruptly shuer their offices, instructing employees to work from home. For all of 2020 and much of 2021, these buildings weren’t the only thing abandoned. Countless IoT devices remained inside the walls and connected to the corporate network, still refreshing data, performing functions and awaiting commands.
The Zscaler ThreatLabz threat research team took a deeper look into this activity on both sanctioned and unsanctioned IoT devices to unveil eye-opening IoT malware trends from the Zscaler cloud.
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