The IoT Buyer Speaks: IDC's 2018 Global IoT Decision Maker Survey


IDC's Carrie MacGillivray and Stacy Crook offer the first glimpse at the rich data gathered from IDC's Global Internet of Things (IoT) Decision Maker Survey, 2018/19. This is IDC's largest IoT survey to date with almost 5,000 respondents from 25 countries. It takes a deep dive into the issues facing organizations as they look to deploy IoT with regards to choosing the right vendor, how they are making sure their deployment is secure, and how they are using analytics. The survey also provides insight into how organizations are actually monetizing their IoT investments. This year's survey is guaranteed to highlight new trends and strategies that are emerging in IoT as we enter 2019.
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Advances in IoT and sensor technology have resulted in a new generation of fleet tracking solutions, capable of not just remotely tracking a fleet, but also sensing the environment that it is in.


Using the Internet of Things to Deliver Effortless Customer Service


Today’s customers expect effortless customer service every time they engage with your organization. How will your organization adapt and keep up these customer expectations? What types of technology are required to meet and exceed these expectations? The Internet of Things (IoT) has created a connected world, where companies are connecting their products with people, processes, and technology. But the IoT is much more than just technology; it’s about integrating and managing a new channel for your business. It’s about transforming the service delivery model with a customer engagement platform; and it’s about creating effortless customer experiences that drive customer loyalty.
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On Management, Abstraction & Semantics


4th in a series of 4 webcasts introducing oneM2M, the global standards initiative for machine to machine communications and the Internet of Things. This webcast addresses how oneM2M covers Management, Abstraction and Semantics (MAS), which are the key enabling capabilities for hiding the heterogeneity and providing high level interoperability for the variety of M2M/IoT devices and applications. The topic is under the major responsibility of oneM2M MAS WG.
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Access technology is the most basic building block for the Internet of Things… and one of the most contested. Although most analysts feel that cellular technologies will only make up a small portion of overall IoT connections, a recent survey of almost 400 mobile industry participants showed cellular technologies – LTE-M, 5G, NB-IoT and even venerable GSM – listed among the most important access technologies going forward. What accounts for the discrepancy? Evolving thoughts on capabilities and requirements? The strength of standards-based approaches? Supply chain?
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A New Agenda Item for Enterprise Executives Enterprise IoT

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The explosion of the Internet of Things (IoT) has created an unprecedented demand for IoT-enabled devices, services, and solutions. But the IoT is a new world, with its own challenges for developers, enterprises, and end-users alike as they seek to create, deploy, and integrate new technologies and solutions into their everyday lives.
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