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lego-robots I received a lot of feedback on an article I wrote a few months ago about changing the way we perceive the “Things” in the Internet of Things (IoT). The gist of my argument was that we should start treating these “Things” more like people — in the sense of thinking about them the way you would think about an employee hired to fulfill a specific function. Our… Read More

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More than 20% of enterprises will have deployed security solutions for protecting their IoT devices and services by 2017, Gartner predicted at its security and risk management summit in Mumbai, India this week.

IoT devices and services will expand the surface area for cyber attacks on enterprises, by turning physical objects that used to be offline into online assets communicating with enterprise networks. Enterprises will have to respond by broadening the scope of their security strategy to include these new online devices.

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internetofthings Between TVs, refrigerators, ovens, light bulbs, cars, fitness trackers and jewelry, it seems like everything these days is connected to the Internet. It’s probably safe to say that you’re already using a few connected devices in your daily life. You’re not alone; Business Insider Intelligence estimates there will be nine billion IoT (Internet of Things) devices worldwide by 2018. Read More

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ch1The industrial world is undergoing a fundamental metamorphosis. Every industrial company has become a software and data company, overnight. In our latest report, the Industrial IoT Landscape 2015, we bring data on the 1M+ Industrial IoT developers in the world today, and we show that the winning Industrial IoT developer ecosystems are already emerging.

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We’ve been hearing plenty about the "Internet of Things" (IoT) lately, but despite all the hype there’s still a sore lack of compelling connected gadgetry for you to buy. Now Samsung hopes to change that with Artik, its new platform meant to make it easier for developers to build IoT solutions. To kick things off, Samsung is debuting three new IoT modules: Artik 1, a tiny 12mm device with Bluetooth and a nine-axis movement sensor; Artik 5, which runs a faster 1 gigahertz dual-core processor and on-board storage; and Artik 10, which is powered by… Continue reading