Understanding the risk of IoT

September 1, 2019

New research from Deloitte and Dragos looked to quantify just how much businesses understand the security risks introduced by using Internet of Things devices. A majority of businesses surveyed said they were “somewhat confident” in their IoT security.

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Infographic: 68% think the telcos have missed the smart home boat

Infographic | March 30, 2017

After the launch of Google Home in the UK, the Smart Home is starting to become a commercial reality, but can the operators recoup lost fortunes through this IoT segment? How big is an opportunity for telco diversification the Smart Home segment? Have Amazon and Google stolen a march in the industry.

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5 Cyber Security Predictions and Solutions for 2018

Infographic | December 21, 2017

If you thought 2017 was bad, just wait to see what 2018 has in store. Experts across the board are predicting an increase in cyber-attacks this coming year, new and more sophisticated methods of attack, and more devastating data breach impacts. All of these risks are important to understand, but pay careful attention to Nos. 4 and 5. While most companies are taking steps to prepare for the first three, progress is lagging when it comes to identifying negligent employees and deploying prevention strategies.

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IoT Transforming the Automotive, Healthcare and Oil & Gas Industries

Infographic | February 16, 2016

Most likely, you’ve seen quite a few “Internet of Things” headlines in the last year. But how will the IoT really transform the world as we know it? Here are just a few ways both organizations and consumers are benefiting from IoT: Monitor consumer driving practices in order to lower automotive insurance cost for good drivers, Use wireless heart monitors to decrease patient hospitalization and save hospitals money.

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INTERSECTION OF IOT & MACHINE DATA ANALYTICS FOR PRODUCT MANUFACTURERS.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) with an ever-growing number of inter-connected machines, systems and devices generates vast amounts of data called “Machine Data” that is complex in variety, volume and velocity. Glassbeam knows how to handle this complexity through its patented cloud-based technology.Sensor, machine-to-machine and network data all play a major role in the Internet of Things. However, these diverse big data types present significant challenges related to data volume and variety, as well as predictive modeling. With Pentaho, organizations minimize unscheduled downtime and operating expenses with predictive models by blending machine generated IoT data with other contextual data.

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Internet of Things… Is it time to fear the dark side?

Infographic | May 13, 2016

New security threats, more devices – companies starting to think about Internet of Things (IoT), its relevance to and impact on their business.

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industry 4.0: the state of the nations

Infographic | June 7, 2016

the state of the nations connected cities...

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Founded in 2006 and headquartered in London, Push Technology makes the Internet work for our mobile-obsessed, everything-connected world. Leading brands like 888 Holdings, DAB Bank, IBM, and William Hill create Push Data Networks to power applications critical to revenue growth, customer engagement, and business operations. Deploy our enterprise-class technology the way that makes sense for your business: on premise, hosted, or in the cloud. Now you can deliver apps at scale and speed (and lower costs) and give your IT staff their weekends back.

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