Reinventing mail with the new industrial revolution
The Internet of Things (IoT) is now a reality. Google has driverless cars, and we can control our TV, our heating and hot water remotely. The more digitally connected our lives become, the more data we generate. By 2020, 212 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, according to IDC. And the opportunities, the possibilities and the boundless potential generated by being part of a digital, data-driven world are truly inspiring. Things are better, faster, and more...
How the IoT is set to transform the healthcare industry
A report from Lux Research argues that digital solutions such as predictive analytics, diagnostics, and monitoring will form the organisational core of future healthcare.
The company set up a disease-connection framework by identify six key elements of digital health: behaviour augmentation, assistive technology, therapeutics, predictive analytics, diagnostics and monitoring.
The framework found over 65 connections among 12 unrelated conditions with a wide range of symptoms, causes and...
Verizon report asserts 2016 is the year IoT goes mainstream
The enterprise is beginning to eclipse the consumer space for investment in IoT startups, according to the latest research from Verizon.
In the company’s latest State of the Market report, which collates usage data, interviews with Verizon customers and research from Oxford Economics, the telco argues enterprise IoT investment outstripped the consumer side by 75% in 2015; a major difference when compared to the previous year. The report also asserts that IoT will ease regulatory...
Outlook for utilities IoT providers looking up, argues Navigant Research
Navigant Research has released a new report titled “IoT Enabled Managed Services” which argues the landscape for organisations incorporating the Internet of Things for utilities will improve, enabling them to develop trusted advisory relationships with customers.
The report covers the US IoT market while focusing on technology trends, customer adoption, utility rollouts, and the vendor scenario. The report also provides cost curve projections and adoption forecasts through...
Study argues InfoSec workers not able to deal with IoT enterprise security concerns
Good news and bad news: information security professionals are becoming more aware of the risks presented by the proliferation of endpoints through the Internet of Things (IoT), but they are struggling to prepare to address the growing threat.
That is the verdict from a new piece of research from Pwnie Express. In a report entitled ‘The Internet of Evil Things’, which polled more than 400 global IT security professionals, the researchers argued Coolpad devices were the...
Growth in Industrial IoT driven by cost, efficiency and safety requirements
Lux Research, in a new report titled “Defining the Industrial Internet of Things” argues that cost, efficiency and safety requirements are driving growth in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) as companies across the globe, across industries, look to boost connectivity at the workplace. The research firm has classified connected assets into four categories – equipment, people, goods, and environments.
Lux Research has given examples of how companies are making use of IIoT. Daimler...
Vindicia offers surprising statistics on IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) clearly has huge potential to anyone working in the tech industry, but if the figures are broken down there still may be some surprises, according to Bryta Schulz, senior vice president of marketing at subscription billing provider Vindicia.
Writing in a company blog post, Schulz argues the IoT is growing faster than many are expecting, there is ‘unlimited capability’,...
An important question: Who will service the billions of IoT devices?
In less than five years, Gartner tells us that there will be more than 26 billion different connected devices in our homes, cars and businesses. All designed to make our lives easier and facilitate tasks for us – and that figure doesn’t even include personal computers, tablets and smartphones.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) converges with servitization, machine to machine learning, 3D printing and cloud adoption, one of the biggest considerations is going...
451 Research: 300 tech firms up for M&A in 2016 – with IoT a prime target
Technology mergers and acquisitions (M&A) will not subside any time soon, according to a report released by 451 Research – with the Internet of Things (IoT), information security, and software niches particular targets for 2016.
M&A activity in software will be propelled by the shift of business applications and IT infrastructure to cloud-based models and the requirement of new data management capabilities to deal with the growing demand on IT resources due to IoT,...