[WEBINAR]: Monetizing the Internet of Things

AriaSystemsInc

The Internet of Things (IoT) is projected to hit $8.9 trillion (yes, trillion!) in annual sales by 2020. The companies that win will monetize everything to maximize the Monetization of Things (MoT). Getting it right from the “get go” will be imperative.to see how Microsoft and their leading Internet of Things (IoT) partners are bringing life to the intelligent IoT world.
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M2M projects present many challenges, even with hardware designed exactly to customer specifications. Success can be best assured when these three major conditions are met: Effective implementation of the customer’s business logic on the device side Scalable and affordable methods for optimum device and data management Simple integration of distributed devices into different enterprise applications by effectively separating the producers and consumers of data.


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PKI for The Internet of Things

GlobalSign

Is PKI the answer for securing the Internet of Things? As Gartner and other industry experts have pointed out, PKI has been used to authenticate and secure machines and devices for decades. Beyond identifying the devices, PKI offers both the encryption necessary for communicating sensitive and proprietary information, as well as the data integrity needed for the "big data" that comes from IoT to have any value.
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IoT Devices Can Kill and What Chip Makers Need to Do Now

intrinsic

IoT devices are at growing risk – smart home appliances, vehicles and medical devices are hacked every day. Connected products are vulnerable to physical probing, network interception, reverse engineering and other attack vectors.
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Marrying IoT and Unified Communications

mitel

The Internet of Things has made it possible for businesses to automate tasks across machines, streamlining processes and improving efficiency. To get a more responsive customer experience, the next step in IoT will be joining the automation benefits of IoT infrastructure with the ease of accessibility of unified communications (UC) and collaboration tools.
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Why IoT Needs to Build a Nexus between OT, IT, and Business – Challenges, Integration, and Use Cases

einfochips

Operation Technology OT and Information Technology IT have long remained autonomous functions, with robust data boundaries between them. The volume and variety of data generated by sensors, actuators, machines, and gateways on the OT side are often huge and stored in silos, which lead to problems in holistic data analysis, storage, and monitoring from IT and business functions.
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Spotlight

M2M projects present many challenges, even with hardware designed exactly to customer specifications. Success can be best assured when these three major conditions are met: Effective implementation of the customer’s business logic on the device side Scalable and affordable methods for optimum device and data management Simple integration of distributed devices into different enterprise applications by effectively separating the producers and consumers of data.

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