The Battle for the IoT Ecosystem

Gartner

A critical element of your go-to-market (GTM) strategy for the emergent IoT opportunity is establishing a vendor's ecosystem. Leverage the insight from this webinar to understand how IoT architecture drive requirements for ecosystem partners. We also present a framework to simplify the complex system of systems of the IoT into an actionable GTM strategy.
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Spotlight

A few weeks ago Cisco released the Global IT Impact Survey.  For this survey we interviewed over 1300 IT professionals across 13 countries, at all ages of their careers – those in their 20s all the way through those over 60. We had people from many different industries – education, construction, government, transportation, consulting, utilities – and more. When we released the survey, the analysis we did was really just a small part of what could be looked at.  There was a lot more data there to sift through and analyze than we explicitly discussed.  For example, we found 48% of those surveyed saw business opportunity with the Internet of Things.  However, I was curious how IT knowledge and perceptions of IoT correlated with some of the other data we gathered.  And because I somehow thought it would be faster to put my analysis down in images (hint, it probably wasn’t) I made a data visualization.


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How the Internet of Things in Manufacturing Can Boost Asset Performance — and Returns

Industry Week

In manufacturing, four factors — speed, agility, quality, and reliability — typically decide winners from losers. But most of today’s plants are missing the secret to improving these areas: data. In fact, only a fraction of all data generated in manufacturing plants ever gets analyzed for insights, with little of that in real time. The industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) can change all that, while helping plant operators boost asset performance and returns.
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IoT in Telecom: from evolution to impact

cognixia

From wearable devices and connected cars to smart cities and industries, Internet of Things is transforming the world and paving its way to becoming Internet of Everything. With recent advancements in IoT technology in sensor platforms and intelligent analytic capabilities, the use of IoT has become more prominent. Industries are facing major transformation in their operations and processes. One such industry to transform is the telecom industry.
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Transforming Business with Internet of Things

inspirage

Inspirage will discuss how you can leverage IoT technologies and adapt to the changing economic landscape. Does your company know how to harness its power through Oracle IoT Applications? Inspirage can help to leverage these solutions and get smart with predictive, machine learning algorithms and quickly extend core SCM and ERP processes—with real-time IoT data and insights.
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PKI for IOT webinar

GlobalSign

Take advantage of PKI technology to identify devices, encrypt communications and ensure the integrity of information Is PKI the answer for Security on 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 the identification of the devices, PKI offers both the encryption necessary for confidential communications and the integrity of the information
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Spotlight

A few weeks ago Cisco released the Global IT Impact Survey.  For this survey we interviewed over 1300 IT professionals across 13 countries, at all ages of their careers – those in their 20s all the way through those over 60. We had people from many different industries – education, construction, government, transportation, consulting, utilities – and more. When we released the survey, the analysis we did was really just a small part of what could be looked at.  There was a lot more data there to sift through and analyze than we explicitly discussed.  For example, we found 48% of those surveyed saw business opportunity with the Internet of Things.  However, I was curious how IT knowledge and perceptions of IoT correlated with some of the other data we gathered.  And because I somehow thought it would be faster to put my analysis down in images (hint, it probably wasn’t) I made a data visualization.

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