Tag Archives : #IoT

Eigen Innovations seizing Industrial IoT opportunity  

Measuring IoT potential is a bit of dark art. Unlike other forecast areas in the tech world, where tangible products and solutions have SKUs, IoT is more about ideation around the future application of multiple existing technologies to current and new problems. Despite this challenge, IoT market sizing is an ongoing preoccupation, which is generating […]

Greg Picot, director of product development, Eigen Innovations, (former CEO of Radian6)

Neil Bhattacharya, mobile delivery lead, Accenture Digital

Locating IoT in current mobile trends

Mobility is widely viewed as a crucial driver of new productivity. Arming the mobile worker with the tools needed to work anywhere and to connect anytime (or in real time) to company systems serves both worker needs for more flexible work/life balance, and the employer’s interest in optimizing time/resource activities. But what if we substitute […]

Micro data centres doing the bridgework for IoT

The fight for data centre efficiency is a never ending one. Yet despite the best laid plans, data centre architectures continue to go through multiple iterations before achieving a functional end. The latest concept that is gaining attention with enterprises and small businesses alike is the micro data centre (mDC). Some will argue that micro […]

Maurice F. Zetena II, VP, data centre technology, network solutions, Leviton

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Cisco building and branding its IoT portfolio

Nothing succeeds like success, but uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. For eight years now, Cisco has mounted an effective campaign to build awareness around the opportunities for improved productivity and new service delivery that can be achieved through the connection of digital processes, an exercise that is now widely associated with the […]

Interesting post on the business implications of IoT/Industrial Internet

There’s no doubt that technology is driving fundamental changes in many different kinds of businesses. The public perspective on this has been evolving over time: in 2011, Marc Andreesen noted that “software is eating the world.” In early 2014, David Moschella noted that as innovation in multiple araeas proceeds, any traditional company “can be seen […]