43% of survey respondents say their customers will suffer due to their organisation’s inability to utilise IoT.
451 Research’s latest Voice of the Enterprise: Internet of Things (IoT) Organiational Dynamics survey of nearly 1,000 enterprise IT buyers worldwide reveals that 71% of enterprises are gathering IoT data today. This is a three percentage point increase from the previous quarter’s Voice of the Enterprise: IoT Workloads and Key Projects survey.
In 2016, people have witnessed the digital and physical worlds continuing to merge as everyday objects, commercial and industrial equipment, and entire cities become smart and connected to the cloud. Analysts expect that by 2020 more than 50 billion devices – wearables, store inventory sensors, autonomous vehicles, medical equipment, city infrastructure and more – will be connected to the internet and each other.
Smart machines will enter mainstream adoption by 2021, with 30 per cent adoption by large companies, according to Gartner, Inc. Technologies including cognitive computing, artificial intelligence (AI), intelligent automation, machine learning and deep learning fall under the umbrella term for smart machines.
Dell EMC’s latest
reseller study has revealed that IoT will set the channel alight in 2017, with
adoption rates soaring over the last 12 months. According to the data, over
three quarters of resellers have seen their customers’ businesses being
influenced by IoT technologies on a daily basis, particularly within the small
to medium enterprise segment.
IBM now provides end to end business solutions that seamlessly integrate Watson IoT platform with implementation, support and transformation services to deliver new business models “as a service,” working with clients including Ricoh.
An impressive 82 per cent of healthcare organizations surveyed have a fully implemented mobile strategy, indicating a greater level of maturity compared to commercial enterprises.
Researched in late 2016 with ongoing updates, the new IDTechEx report on the Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Things (IoT) 2017-2027, is intended to assist investors, participants and intending participants and users.
Number of cybersecurity jobs dramatically increase in a year, while artificial intelligence is a must have skill.
Intel is announcing the latest generation of the Intel® Atom™ processors for IoT applications. The new Intel Atom processor E3900 series is designed from the ground up to support the rapid development and the growing complexity of IoT businesses. The result is a processor exceptionally capable of delivering on performance, processing and scalability.
New working group to advance IoT security and produce digital chain of trust framework.
Traditional security tools fall short in securing a growing number of diverse IoT devices driving need to rethink IoT security strategy.
Xively by LogMeIn, Inc. has released the findings of a new study sponsored by LogMeIn and conducted by Harbor Research, The Internet of Things Journey, that revealed nearly all companies who have embarked on a connected product journey report both financial and customer experience benefits as a result.
By Jonathan Jackson, CEO Hive.
Vodafone has published its fourth annual IoT Barometer Report - the leading global survey of business sentiment regarding innovation and investment in the Internet of Things.
prpl Foundation adds four new members: ADB, Baikal, SoftAtHome, and Intrinsic-ID.
Utilities and manufacturing lead IoT usage; datacentre equipment, cameras and surveillance, smartphones, and connected buildings lead IoT endpoints.
BSI, the business standards company, has published PAS 212, Automatic resource discovery for the Internet of Things – Specification. The specification, which will make it much easier to discover Internet of Things data, has been developed in conjunction with the Hypercat Alliance which is supported by funding from Innovate UK and is backed by a large number of businesses, public sector organizations and academia.
New global research shows rapid adoption of intelligent machines used for automating and optimising business and IT processes. 92% of IT professionals surveyed recognise the technology is now central to the success of their business, but 68% acknowledge it raises new concerns about network security, access and controls.
Study reveals disconnect between business goals and implementation strategy; Security and legacy systems key concerns.