Enabling Remote Diagnostics for IoT Devices

Flexera Software

IOT-enabled devices have some kind of connection to the Internet but typically you can’t debug them in the field easily. The only way is to get a log file; but many times this is tough because their interfaces were designed around the business use cases and not retrieving log files. In addition once you get the log files it may contain unstructured or semi-structured data and trying to do any analysis is needle in a haystack type of work. When you start adding the number of customers for any given product and this task becomes huge.
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Spotlight

Many organizations are already feeling overwhelmed by the increasing amounts of data that require storage and analysis. There’s a legitimate fear that the Internet of Things will only compound that challenge.
Luckily, a variety of market forces have combined to make analysis of IoT data possible. The increase in computing power, the prevalence of cloud technologies and the advent of high-performance computing are all trends that have prepared businesses for the Internet of Things. With the right infrastructure in place, you can start today.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

IoT: Beyond the Buzzword

Neudesic

This webinar will dive into the significance of IoT and how the Data-Driven Insight collected from devices will both propel new business ventures and force existing, established businesses to rethink their existing strategy, service lines, and business models. In addition, we’ll explore how these insights will enable your organization to take Action at a Distance, with little or no human intervention – redefining efficiency and productivity for your organization.
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Smart Cities – Delivering Innovative Services in Partnership with Operators

GSMA

The growth of the IoT will have a significant impact on the development of smart cities, helping to drive productivity and deliver innovative new services. However, without effective strategies in place, cities will be unable to capitalize on these benefits.
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How IoT & Blockchain will reinvent business

Hackerearth

HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar on IBM Watson, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world.
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Learn how to build your own "hello world technologies Use Case"

IBM

IoT (Internet of Things) technologies are slowly but surely being adopted by enterprises. The current number of 14.9 billion globally connected "things" is projected to double by 2020.
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Spotlight

Many organizations are already feeling overwhelmed by the increasing amounts of data that require storage and analysis. There’s a legitimate fear that the Internet of Things will only compound that challenge.
Luckily, a variety of market forces have combined to make analysis of IoT data possible. The increase in computing power, the prevalence of cloud technologies and the advent of high-performance computing are all trends that have prepared businesses for the Internet of Things. With the right infrastructure in place, you can start today.

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