Tag Archives : #IoT


Blockchain to unleash the Internet of Value

Chris Skinner built a successful career around work with technology companies that serve the financial services community. Fourteen years ago, he went rogue and began to write about the industry in a daily blog – The Finanser – and about its future in books – 14 in fact, over the past decade. Described by a […]

Chris Skinner, author, Fintech

Gary Gauba, president, CenturyLink Cognilytics

CL and SAP partnering to drive new analytics opportunity

If the reasons to partner are legion, they generally coalesce around the desire to fill a gap – the opportunity to learn and adopt new skills or technology, access to resources or adjacent markets, the sharing of financial risk and cost, scale enablement and the ability to focus on core strengths while developing broader product/service […]


SEPs spar with innovation in an evolving IoT ecosystem

“IoT as an ecosystem play” is a familiar catchphrase in the emerging Internet of Things space which has much merit. IoT deployments are typically assembled from components offered by specialist providers that must be integrated in order that devices and data ‘talk to one another’. This conversation may achieved in a number of ways – […]

Richard Johnson, patent agent, intellectual property group, Borden Ladner Gervais

LG rolled TV screen

The shape of “things” to come

Every January, the Consumer Electronics Show, now simply known as CES, fills virtually every available space in Las Vegas with the latest and greatest new toys. This year, alongside the computers and fancy displays lurked all manner of connected gadgets, members of the “Internet of Things” (IoT). Some made sense, and some fit into the […]


Bridging the IoT divide 1

A vision for the connection of people, process, data and things, the Internet of Things currently functions more as a collection of discrete solutions. At an individual case level, IoT – or even IoE – implementations typically are comprised of various sensors, networks that connect devices or their data to cloud repositories, and analytics capabilities […]

Dr. Mohamed Ibn Kahal, Department of Systems & Computer Engineering, Carleton University