Connected Industries Blog
Posted by crodriguez; on Mar 22, 2016
Constantly dealing with distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, fraudulent Web activities, spam, and intrusion attempts? Well, you might have a bot problem. In 2014 and 2015, I wrote about the burgeoning demand for bot management solutions.…
Posted by mmunhoz; on Mar 09, 2016
The recent events regarding user data privacy in Brazil, as a consequence of Whatsapp's blockeage demand by the gorvernment on December 2015, bring about a much broader topic. How far does the freedom of speech, internet neutrality or the free use of…
Posted by dsarangan; on Jan 29, 2016
Frost & Sullivan predictions and analysis of what to expect in 2016 from the Internet of Things
Posted by jsterling; on Jan 26, 2016
What do you get when you combine a mobilized field service delivery system with a state-of-the-art IoT platform? Very happy customers and new ways to make money.
Posted by jsterling; on Jan 25, 2016
For Mobile Asset Tracking (MAT) vendors, the quickest way to fail is to focus solely on an asset's location. GPS information is great; but it's not where the profits are.
Posted by Melanieturek; on Jan 22, 2016
Category : The Internet of Things
The storm bearing down on the Eastern United States has once again reminded us that companies should have plans and technology in place to maintain operations even in the event of severe weather or other natural and man-made disruptions.
Posted by ashah; on Jan 12, 2016
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas - Check out Frost & Sullivan Research Director of Transformational Health Daniel Ruppar
Posted by vmichalik; on Jan 04, 2016
It’s the beginning of 2016, and it’s pretty clear now that Blockchains are going to be a big part of the future of IT and Software (at least!). The technological foundations of the information age are weaker than we’d like to admit. The year’s major …
Posted by rgruia; on Dec 08, 2015
A summary of HPE’s carrier strategy going forward as its first post-split Discover event wrapped up.
Posted by adriandrozd; on Nov 19, 2015
Humans have always had a thirst for power – while political and economic supremacy is still a goal for some, most of us are happy just getting enough juice just to keep our gadgets running.