Fast Data: The Key Ingredients to Real-Time Success

DBTA International Pte Ltd

Today, the average enterprise has data streaming into business-critical applications and systems from a dizzying array of endpoints, from smart devices and sensor networks, to web logs and financial transactions. This onslaught of fast data is growing in size, complexity and speed, fueled by increasing business demands along with the rise of the Internet of Things. Therefore, it is no surprise that operationalizing insights at the point-of-action has become a top priority.
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Connected medical devices cannot protect themselves. Like many IoT devices, they either lack the system resources to run any significant security capabilities, or they weren’t designed with security in mind. Regardless, they have a critical role to play in healthcare delivery and must be protected in a way that allows them to perform their functions unimpeded. Medical devices should be segmented from the rest of the network with only minimal traffic from the device to anything outside its segment. Unlike industrial devices, an exploited device should be immediately quarantined. Medical devices have a direct 1:1 correlation between device and patient at the time of use, and loss of control or interference with that device could have a direct, negative impact on the patient.


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ECM and IOT. How to Predict, Quantify, and Mitigate ECM Failure Potential

Aqueous Technologies

Electro-chemical migration (ECM) has become an issue for many assemblers. This webinar will address the current factors influencing ECM-related failure mechanisms and how it affects reliability. Factors that assist in the prediction of ECM will be presented as well as methods to quantify and prevent ECM and other contamination-related failures.
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The Top 10 Emerging Trends and Technologies Driving the Future of IoT

gartner

What are the top 10 emerging trends and technologies that will drive the Internet of Things (IoT) over the next five years? In this complimentary IoT webinar, Gartner expert Nick Jones dives into a wide array of IoT concerns, including on-chip identity, security, and AI ethical IoT; novel wireless networks; infonomics; IoT governance models; and edge and fog architectures. We'll also identify some technologies which are important but more niche or over-hyped and will take a long time to reach their full potential.
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Connectivity for Competitive Edge in IoT

Iot Evolution World

Finding a competitive edge in any IoT vertical in the increasingly crowded market is ever-more important. In order to get that edge and drive new revenue though accelerating digital transformation, while ensuring that projects have the best chance at success, it is critical to understand how to get the right IoT connectivity for each deployment and how to navigate the rapidly evolving IoT landscape.
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IoT Technology Platforms Empower Application Solutions

Arrow

Learn how Arrow enables customers to address big business challenges and start the journey to a digital transformation of their business with advanced tools and services. Arrow’s Distribution capabilities now extend to supporting customers with complete Technology Platforms and Solutions. By aggregating electronics and enterprise computing solutions, Arrow is enabling customers from idea creation through the development of the complete technology stack, creating optimized designs capable of scaling for mass production and full deployment. Complex designs are supported by Arrow in-house engineering services and system integration, with the design competence to help customers address big business challenges and create easy to use and easy to deploy solutions.
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Spotlight

Connected medical devices cannot protect themselves. Like many IoT devices, they either lack the system resources to run any significant security capabilities, or they weren’t designed with security in mind. Regardless, they have a critical role to play in healthcare delivery and must be protected in a way that allows them to perform their functions unimpeded. Medical devices should be segmented from the rest of the network with only minimal traffic from the device to anything outside its segment. Unlike industrial devices, an exploited device should be immediately quarantined. Medical devices have a direct 1:1 correlation between device and patient at the time of use, and loss of control or interference with that device could have a direct, negative impact on the patient.

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