Cloud-based Security in IoT

NEXCOM

On NEXCOM’s webinar, we will deliver a complete solution designated for the implementation of cloud-based security mechanisms under the IoT architecture to help you thrive in next decade. We will also elaborate how a right hardware platform, such as NEXCOM’s NSA 7130 or NSA 7135 based on Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 product family (formerly codenamed Grantley), allows diverse communication players to decouple network functions from dedicated hardware devices and drive the implement of new network services and functionalities.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things (IoT) has received much attention over the past decade. With the rapid increase in the use of smart devices, we are now able to collect big data on a daily basis. The data we are gathering (and related problems) are becoming more complex and uncertain. Researchers have therefore turned to artificial intelligence (AI) to efficiently deal with the problems created by big data. This special issue deals with the technology and applications of AI in the IoT and is a forum for scientists, engineers, broadcasters, manufacturers, software developers, and other related professionals to discuss related issues. The topics addressed in this special issue include current research progress, real world applications, and security issues related to AI in IoT. The call for papers attracted a number of excellent submissions. After two round reviews, five papers were selected for publication. These papers are organized in three groups. The first group comprises one overview paper that outlines the technical progress of IoT. The second group comprises two papers addressing security issues in IoT. The last group comprises two papers that present some interesting real world applications that will benefit daily life.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

On-demand Webinar: Moving Past IoT Hype to Business Value

Xively by LogMeIn

With all of the buzz around the IoT, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. In this on demand webinar, we discussed the reality of bringing a connected product to market and addressed the areas where businesses often hit significant roadblocks. Cognizant and Xively are early leaders in the IoT industry and as a result have developed tried and true methodologies for making IoT a reality for any business.
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Top 3 Questions to Address When Planning for IoT

Microsoft

As the Internet of Things (IoT) reaches a tipping point from being a well discussed ‘hot-topic’ to a clearer driver of business value, organizations need to map out the practical steps of evaluating how IoT can help them digitally transform their businesses. Of course these steps will be different for each sector, business, function and even commercial opportunity, but there are common considerations to evaluate in deciding how (and if) IoT will realize a desired business value.
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Webinar on Internet of Things Large Scale Pilot 4: Reference zones in EU cities

European Commission

During this webinar followers had the chance to get first-hand information and tips regarding the ongoing European Commission 2016 call for proposals focusing on the Internet of Things Large Scale Pilot on smart EU cities (LSP4).As enabler of a future hyper-connected society, the Internet of Things is set of sensors, actuators, smart objects, data communications and interface technologies that allow information to be collected, tracked and processed across local and global network infrastructures.
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Internet of Things: Understanding the evolving value chain

Ovum

The IoT is a transformative convergence of technologies that touch every aspect of digital content, services, and products – from regulation to service provision, components to networks, hardware to software, as well as from consumers to businesses. All participants believe that they have a pivotal role to play in the IoT, but few know precisely what that role will be. Neither do they have any realistic estimation of the size of the market opportunity?
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things (IoT) has received much attention over the past decade. With the rapid increase in the use of smart devices, we are now able to collect big data on a daily basis. The data we are gathering (and related problems) are becoming more complex and uncertain. Researchers have therefore turned to artificial intelligence (AI) to efficiently deal with the problems created by big data. This special issue deals with the technology and applications of AI in the IoT and is a forum for scientists, engineers, broadcasters, manufacturers, software developers, and other related professionals to discuss related issues. The topics addressed in this special issue include current research progress, real world applications, and security issues related to AI in IoT. The call for papers attracted a number of excellent submissions. After two round reviews, five papers were selected for publication. These papers are organized in three groups. The first group comprises one overview paper that outlines the technical progress of IoT. The second group comprises two papers addressing security issues in IoT. The last group comprises two papers that present some interesting real world applications that will benefit daily life.

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