Cisco IoT Networking

April 6, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) connects things with business and operational applications energy grids, manufacturing floors, healthcare devices, cars. In fact, 500 billion devices are expected to be connected to the Internet by 2030. By linking smart things to each other and to people, places and data, we can work in ways that are simpler, more automated, and more intelligent. IoT accelerates digital business transformation through efficiency, new business and improved customer experience. Cisco® IoT connects things and IoT applications. allowing customers to deliver high value business outcomes across a wide range of production deployments. Cisco IoT addresses challenges across several industries, including manufacturing, energy, transportation, and public sector. Through Cisco IoT solutions, organizations can create and monetize new business models and services; innovate easily and get more things done, boosting productivity; and deliver insight for better user experience and engagement.

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Windows Embedded

Making the Internet of Things real Microsoft provides the technologies and expertise you need to capitalize on the Internet of Things by building a connected system to gather, store and analyze your organization’s data. From devices on the edge of your network, to back-end systems and services, the data that flows through your enterprise will drive a new level of business intelligence.

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IoT Signals- Edition 3 (Microsoft)

whitePaper | October 5, 2021

The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly changing the world around us, transforming a huge range of physical objects through digital intelligence. Beyond our ubiquitous smart personal devices, IoT is revolutionizing the way companies do business – helping them become faster, smarter, safer, and more efficient.

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Doing more with your IoT data - Software AG

whitePaper | June 2, 2022

Each connected sensor in your IoT solution can create thousands—if not millions—of data points every hour. A treasure trove of value exists in that raw data! But to leverage that value, your business needs to store data over time and process, organize and analyze your data properly.

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Internet of Things (IoT) in the Federal Government

whitePaper | June 8, 2021

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Smart Factory

whitePaper | December 13, 2021

Automation vendors and end-user industries have been investing in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), across their diverse applications, convinced with the view that IIoT is going to be the key driver for digital transformation.

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Businesses Prepare for ‘Hybrid’ Workforces with New Policies and Tech Infrastructure

whitePaper | January 12, 2022

TeamViewer commissioned an independent market research firm to survey a random sample of 200 managers, directors, VPs and higher working in the legal, finance, marketing, HR, customer support, sales, IT, and facilities departments of their organizations covering 13 different industries ranging from professional services to retail, travel and hospitality, and more. The study took place in February and March 2021, in partnership with TrendCandy research and Dynata, a global B2B panel provider.

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Improving the Reliability of the Internet of Things

whitePaper | May 24, 2022

Despite the best efforts of developers, embedded and IoT systems are usually deployed with bugs remaining in their code. A development team introduces an average of 120 bugs per 1,000 lines of code during development. Approximately 5 percent, or 6 bugs per 1,000 lines of code, typically remain in the shipped software.

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Windows Embedded

Making the Internet of Things real Microsoft provides the technologies and expertise you need to capitalize on the Internet of Things by building a connected system to gather, store and analyze your organization’s data. From devices on the edge of your network, to back-end systems and services, the data that flows through your enterprise will drive a new level of business intelligence.

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