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Privacy And Security: What Every IoT Office Needs To Know
May 18, 2016
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NVT Phybridge is a Canadian manufacturer of innovative IP networking solutions used worldwide by organizations to safely modernize to IP devices such as IP phones, IP cameras, IP WiFi access points, and many other IoT endpoints.
Infographic | May 17, 2021
Over the past decade, the speed of innovation has accelerated. From sensors to wireless connectivity to data analytics, IoT has infiltrated nearly every industry. The oil and gas industry is no exception, embracing digitization at a faster rate, and as a result seeing dramatic improvements in efficiency and safety that will further transform the industry.
Prior to digitization, oil and gas drilling and completions operators had predominately low-tech methods for monitoring and managing their processes. Visual inspections and manual estimations created large margins for error and also put the safety of personnel and the environment at risk.
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 | 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 | February 5, 2020
The proliferation of connected technologies across multiple industries is undeniable. Research firm Gartner put the figure of connected things in use at 8.4 billion in 2017, up 31% from the year before. That will reach 20.4 billion devices by 2020, Gartner predicted. Within these figures, it’s estimated that consumer applications represents 63% of total IoT applications in 2017. Impressive, sure, but worth noting is that this means business applications represent a huge part of this growing opportunity, as much as 37% last year.
How enterprises are struggling to identify, monitor and secure unmanaged and IoT devices in their business. Then only are you able to make some smart decisions about what you should and shouldn't allow the device to do, apply policy to that, and make it more intelligent.
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.
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