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Internet of Things / IoT
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New tech and ideas flood 2015 CES
As CES this year there was a record number of innovative technologies showcased, from personalised health care solutions to connected devices and 3D printers.
Internet of things a dramatic change says Samsung chief
"With the emergence of the IoT era, we will see our lives dramatically change for the better."
NZ security vendors need to educate clients as hackers break into IoT
As the number of devices connected to the network increase, security vendors need to start educating their clients.
Third platform the platform for 2015 says IDC
Where is tech heading in 2015? IDC offers up some predictions for the year ahead - and the third platform is the key player across them all.
Bitdefender unveils The Box, a home IoT security device
Bitdefender has launched The Box, a home device designed to meet security threats of the Internet of Things (IoT), and says it is the start of the ‘Protection of Everything’.
ESET responds to security threats brought by IoT and BYOD
BYOD and the internet of things (IoT) come with new security threats and the need for more sophisticated solutions.
Nexsan by Imation targets Kiwi resellers with 'disruptive' solutions
New applications driven from mobile devices and Internet of Things are offering the chance for Nexsan partners ‘to really get in front’ with Nexsan’s ‘adaptable, scalable’ offerings.
Gartner says 4.9 billion connected 'things' will be in use in 2015
The Internet of Things has become a powerful force for business transformation, and its disruptive impact will be felt across all industries and all areas of society.
Power of Internet of Things to change CISO security scope
"The power of an Internet of Things device to change the state of environments and of itselfwill cause chief information security officers (CISOs) to redefine the scope of their security efforts beyond present responsibilities."
Spark Digital “unleashes Internet of Things” service for Kiwi businesses
"We’re already surrounded by intelligent sensors that measure environments, personal gadgets and appliances."
Top 5 trends that will shape the future of ERP...
Businesses today are required to deal with technological advancements occurring at a pace never experienced before...
Does any business know the identity of 'Things' for the Internet of Things?
It is amusing to see the marketing currently attempted by using an offshoot of the phrase "Internet of Things".
CEOs take note... It’s an Internet of Products too
The Internet of Things is a curious name for what happens when objects other than computers, start to become electronically networked.
The increasing challenge of securing the Internet of Things
"Massive numbers of devices means a myriad of ways to target an organisation."
EMC: World's data doubling every two years...
"IT departments must press the restart button to find new ways to innovate around existing infrastructure while positioning themselves to dive into a future of third platform computing."
IDC: Partner differentiation paramount in 2014
As SaaS, PaaS and IaaS commoditises traditional offerings, differentiation is the key to partner survival.
Brocade predicts what is in store for 2014
During its 2014 Technology Insight briefing, Greig Guy, Country Manager for Brocade Australia and New Zealand outlined the top technology trends we should watch out for in 2014
What does Google's US$3.2bn acquisition mean for IoT?
My identifying these concerns wasn’t mean to depress you. But on the road to securing the Internet of Things, I think they bear consideration.
Gartner: Internet of Things will grow to 26 billion units by 2020
The Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to 26 billion units installed in 2020, representing an almost 30-fold increase from 0.9 billion in 2009.
Top tips to avoid explosive rises in IT asset costs
CIOs continue to include "reducing the cost of IT" among their top three business priorities, yet IT asset cost optimisation remains a growing concern