Enterprises are spending as much on the Internet of Things as on cloud, mobility and analytics, according to Vodafone’s annual research into the sector.
The operator’s 2016 IoT Barometer found that respondents are dedicating 24 percent of their IT budgets to the IoT.
This is slightly more than is being allocated to mobility (23 percent), cloud (23 percent) and analytics (22 percent).
The survey covered 1,096 people in 17 countries across nine industry verticals. Continue reading “2016 is the year the Internet of Things entered the mainstream”
As the data-driven revolution in business and industry continues, companies now have more data than ever before and an incredible range of opportunities to transform multiple operations across the enterprise.
But too many businesses remain locked into “old-school” processes and patterns in terms of how they use their data assets. Continue reading “The Rise of the IoT: How the Cloud Enables New Data Uses”
To protect data against growing threats, networks must now act as both sensor and enforcer around traffic that passes through users and data centers to the cloud. There has definitely been a digital disruption within our industry. Continue reading “How The Hacker Economy Impacts Your Network & The Cloud”
New Connections Between Adobe Marketing Cloud and Creative Cloud Simplify Process from Creation to Delivery. At Adobe Summit Europe, the company’s annual digital marketing conference in London, Adobe unveiled advances across Adobe Marketing Cloud that more closely tie big data to creative content. Continue reading “Adobe Advances Integration of Big Data with Creative Content”
Google is toying with the idea of scoring smart homes on how secure they are. “The security score may be generated based on processed home data that may include at least one of various types of data, including, but not limited to, capability data, opportunity data, and environmental data,” the application reads. Continue reading “Google’s Smart-Home Plans Include ‘Neighborhood Security Networks’ and Security ratings for homes”
The new Adobe Experience Manager Screens enables marketers to extend content experiences to touch-based screens in physical locations, such as retail stores and hotels. A single user interface with cross-screen support connects the content with mobile apps and brand experiences across the Web to ensure consistency. Continue reading “Adobe Brings Marketing Intelligence to Internet-of-Things Devices”
The latest wave of expansion for the Internet of Things (IoT) builds on existing approaches to web and mobile development using APIs built on commonly available, low-cost web infrastructure. HTTP may not be the ideal machine-to-machine (M2M) communication mechanism for all IoT developers, but it is the preferred format for syncing valuable IoT data … Continue reading “Building an API-driven Ecosystem for the Internet of Things”
Digilent’s chipKIT WiFire board is an awesome little beastie. Powered by Microchip’s latest 32-bit 200 MHz MCU, the Wi-Fi equipped Arduino-compatible platform has been paired with Imagination Technologies’ Flow Cloud service development tools in an effort to make creating cloud-powered embedded applications practical for the average developer. Continue reading “Wi-Fi equipped 32-bit Arduino board streamlines cloud-powered embedded app development”
With the help of Qualcomm, Timex is jumping into the wearable tech market with the Ironman One GPS+, and they’re bringing something new to the table while they’re at it. This smartwatch will be one of the first you can wear out while leaving your smartphone at home. Continue reading “Qualcomm Partners with Timex to Deliver Ironman One GPS+ Smartwatch”
A new kind of human-machine communication is to make it possible to detect damage to rail vehicles before it’s too late and service trains only when they need it – all thanks to a cloud-supported, wireless network of sensors. Continue reading “Seamless monitoring for improving Rail Transport Safety”