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Archived IT - IoT Articles
15 Sep 2017
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Local Governments Adapt to IoT Data Demands with Fog Computing [66444]
StateTech, September 15th, 2017

"Keep processing location flexible to harness ever-increasing volumes of information...

Smart technology systems, which often operate in silos, can be a nightmare for cities to manage. Intelligent traffic and surveillance systems that function independently may send data less efficiently, forcing analysts to work in a bubble.

Enter fog computing - a term coined by Cisco Systems - now being piloted in Denver and Barcelona, Spain, to improve the efficiency of their smart city operations..."
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15 Sep 2017
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Verizon Report Shows IoT Becoming a Business Launching Pad (Slideshow) [66446]
eWeek, September 15th, 2017

"The internet of things (IoT) was once called a fad by some who believed the technology was designed for consumers who wanted to control their indoor lights or adjust their thermostats from their mobile phones before returning home from work. But a new report by Verizon titled, 'State of the Market: Internet of Things,' shows how important IoT has become in the corporate world. Verizon found that a vast majority of corporate executives around the world are at least researching ways to leverage IoT. Many others are starting to build new businesses based on IoT. While 2016 might have been the year when IoT became a corporate buzzword, 2017 is shaping up to be the year when it becomes an important business platform. More details on the Verizon IOT report is in this slide show..."
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14 Sep 2017
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Addressing the Security Risks of the Mobile Internet of Things [66443]
TechZone360, September 14th, 2017

"The mobile Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses much more than smartphones. It includes machine-to-machine (M2M) modules - such as wearables - autonomous cars and mobile-connected tablets. This vast worldwide network is growing at an unprecedented pace. The Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2016-2021 reports that there will be 11.6 billion mobile-connected devices by 2021, including M2M modules, and nearly three-quarters of all devices connected to the mobile network will be 'smart'..."
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14 Sep 2017
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The Hunt for IoT: The Rise of Thingbots [66445]
Dark Reading, September 14th, 2017

"Across all of our research, every indication is that today's 'thingbots' - botnets built exclusively from Internet of Things devices - will become the infrastructure for a future Darknet...

The Internet of Things (IoT) and, specifically, the hunt for exploitable IoT devices by attackers, has been a primary area of research for F5 Labs for over a year now - and with good reason. IoT devices are becoming the cyber weapon delivery system of choice by today's botnet-building attackers..."
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08 Sep 2017
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How Will the Internet of Things Impact Mobile Application Development [66166]
ITProPortal, September 8th, 2017

"As the IoT continue evolving, the concept of smart homes would flourish. In this environment, mobile devices function as the main interface through which we could interact with IoT-enabled devices...

Today, we are in the world wherein mobile apps have dominated the market. A mobile app development software and mobile apps functions more like a bridge for forward-thinking organisations trying to create smarter devices that could boost each and every aspect of people's lives..."
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08 Sep 2017
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Dealing with the IoT Means Dealing with Change [66174]
IT Business Edge, September 8th, 2017

"The deluge of data that the Internet of Things (IoT) will generate will have far-reaching effects on how organizations operate. The good news is that two recent surveys suggest that this reality is understood.

451 Research released survey results that found that companies are reacting proactively to the great changes that are occurring as the new platform wends its way into the enterprise. The firm found that during the next year, 32.4 percent of 364 participating organizations surveyed plan increases in storage capacity, 30.2 percent in network edge equipment, 29.4 percent in server infrastructure, and 27.2 percent in off-premises cloud infrastructure..."
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