Mobilize The Internet Of Things

Forrester IT

Businesses can obtain major benefits -- including better customer experiences and operational excellence -- from the internet of things (IoT) by extracting insights from connected objects and delivering feature-rich connected products. The mobile mind shift requires businesses to proactively support these IoT benefits for nonstationary connected objects that exist as part of IoT solutions. This means that: Mobile technologies are central to most IoT solutions. Mobility.

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Mobile World Congress 2017: Observations Regarding The Main Enterprise Themes

Forrester IT

Recently, the largest annual get together of the mobile industry, Mobile World Congress (MWC) took place in Barcelona. These themes underline how mobility is becoming part of the broader digital transformation initiative. Internet of Things. Mobile World Congress.

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Mobile Edge Computing Will Be Critical For Internet-Of-Things And Distributed Computing

Forrester IT

Computing at the edge of the mobile network will frame your IoT-enabled customer experiences in the age of the customer. As products and services based on the internet of things (IoT) continue to thrive, so does the reliance on the underlying network infrastructures to drive business success.

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Mobile World Congress 2018 Felt More Telco-Centric Again

Forrester IT

Now that the dust has settled from Mobile World Congress 2018, it is possible to get a better feel which mobility themes will set the tone for the coming year of mobility.

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Intel Broadens Strategy for Mobile and Internet of Things

Data Center Knowledge

At Mobile World Congress this week in Barcelona, Intel (INTC) expanded its portfolio of communication assets for the smallest of devices to the most complex mobile networks. Intel Internet of Things Mobility INTC

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Update On The Megatrend of Mobility

CTOvision

In this post we dive deeper into the trend of Mobility. A snapshot of the trend right now indicates: The trend is providing all humanity with a mobile, connected supercomputer. Enterprises must serve mobile users and mobile employees, and watch for mobile threats.

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Mobile internet will grow GDP and generate jobs in Asean countries

Computer Weekly

Mobile internet penetration in Southeast Asia will boost the region’s gross domestic product and increase employment, a report says

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What You Need To Know About Mary Meeker’s 2017 State of the Internet Report

CTOvision

Her yearly report on the state of the Internet (available at Internet Trends Report and embedded below) provides context relevant to just about every enterprise decision-maker. Growth in Internet connectivity is also slowing. Same with Internet connectivity. Bob Gourley.

Both Sides of Enterprise Mobility

Cloud Musings

Photo credit: Shutterstock Enterprise mobility has become table stakes in the world of business. The familiarity we all have with smartphones and wireless access, actually obscures the true difficulty of developing and executing an effective corporate mobile strategy.

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IBM Issues Watson Mobile Developer Challenge

Data Center Knowledge

At Mobile World Congress this week in Barcelona IBM is encouraging mobile developers to create apps powered by Watson, Cisco''s Quantum virtualized packet core has passed portability testing, and Radware announces a SDN and NFV solution strategy for mobile carriers and service providers.

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Fast Lanes on the Internet

CTOvision

The conflict between entertainment providers and Internet service providers is nothing new. Because entertainment providers like Netflix and Amazon enable users to instantly stream thousands of high quality TV shows and movies, they strain existing Internet infrastructure – according to ISPs like Comcast and Verizon. Architecture Cloud Computing CTO Government Mobile Research

Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends Report 2016

CTOvision

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner Mary Meeker delivers her annual internet trends report in the video below. (We She says "easy growth is behind us" as the newest internet users are coming from less developed and less affluent countries. Michael Johnson.

2016 Internet of Things (IoT) Predictions

CTOvision

Analysis Big Data CTO Mobile The Future News Internet of Things IoTTrevor Daughney. Gartner predicts that number of IoT devices in use worldwide will grow from an estimated 5 billion in 2015 to some 25 billion connected devices by 2020. The best business strategies will perfectly balance the ever-growing IoT market opportunities versus a rapidly evolving threat environment.

CTOvision Assessment On The Megatrend of the Internet of Things

CTOvision

You can remember them all with the mnemonic acronym CAMBRIC, which stands for Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Big Data, Robotics, Internet of Things, CyberSecurity. In this post we dive deeper into the Internet of Things. Today's Internet connects people, governments, academia and business. The already emerging Internet of Things goes […]. CTO Internet of Things News

CTOvision Assessment On The Megatrend of Mobility

CTOvision

You can remember them all with the mnemonic acronym CAMBRIC, which stands for Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Big Data, Robotics, Internet of Things, CyberSecurity. In this post we dive deeper into the trend of Mobility. CTO Mobile NewsThere are seven key megatrends driving the future of enterprise IT.

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What Does The “Internet Of Things” Mean For CIOs?

The Accidental Successful CIO

The Internet of things is coming our way – how will this change things? Right now you and I both use screens to interact with the Internet. All of those new devices that are now being “Internet enabled” simply do not lend themselves to supporting a standard display.

12 Hurdles Hampering the Internet of Things

CIO Dashboard

While the Internet of Things (IoT) accounts for approximately 1.9B Data needs to be funneled into existing back-end systems, fused with other data sources, analytics and mobile devices and be made available to partners, customers and employees. The Internet of Things Means Business.

Latest CTOvision Assessments on Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Big Data, Robotics, Internet of Things and Cybersecurity

CTOvision

Artificial Intelligence Big Data Cloud Computing CTO Cyber Security Mobile News Robots The Future Trends CAMBRICBob Gourley. One of the enjoyable things about estimating the future is there is always a new consideration. It is a dynamic task that is never done. This is especially true in analyzing the future of enterprise technology, where things are always moving fast.

The CTOvision Mobile App: Track tech topics anywhere anytime on iOS and Android

CTOvision

The CTOvision Mobile application provides intuitive, interactive access to our content and easy ways to find and share the information you and your network need to know on enterprise tech. Here are the download sites for the CTOvision Mobile App: iPhone. Bob Gourley.

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With Quark Processor, Intel Targets Internet of Things and Wearables

Data Center Knowledge

With the new Quark processor family, Intel (INTC) is pushing further into the lower power segments the computing market, including the Internet of Things and wearable computing. Intel Mobility internet of things INTC

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O2 offers internet of things-backed motor insurance

Computer Weekly

Mobile network O2 expands its reach into the vehicle insurance market with the launch of an internet of things monitoring service

The Role of Big Data and Mobile Apps in Healthcare

Datacponomy

The post The Role of Big Data and Mobile Apps in Healthcare appeared first on Dataconomy. Big Data Healthcare Internet of ThingsFor those with chronic health issues or life-threatening illnesses, the line of specialists and procedures can seem endless.

How to Stop Cyber-Bullying With Mobile Parental Control App

Doctor Chaos

The widespread adoption of mobile phones and the internet has dramatically increased the cyber-bullying occurrence. Around 75% of teens in the United States have access to mobile phone and internet and half of them have reported experiencing cyber-bullying. Among the online threats, cyberbullying is the most common and probably the most dangerous one. The online-bullying […]. Wireless cyber bullying wireless

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The New Mobile Enterprise Reality

The Investing Edge

The statistics don’t lie: 2013 was the year of mobile. More than two billion mobile devices were shipped globally last year. Global mobile traffic now accounts for 15 percent of all internet traffic. Indeed, the mobility theme is not just a consumer phenomenon.

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The Internet of BBQ

CIO Dashboard

Some of the gadgets allow remote monitoring and even control thru mobile and web services – The Internet of BBQ is here. In effect, this is what the Internet of Things is about. Maybe the Internet of Things can help you get the loops closed and cycle times shortened?

Time To Spread The Word on Internet of Things Dangers: Read what FBI and DHS Cyber Centers Need Us All To Know

CTOvision

The FBI led Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is playing an increasingly important role in helping consumers and victims of fraud know the reality of the threats facing them from cyberspace. Entertainment devices to control music or television from a mobile device.

The Internet of (Secure) Things – Embedding Security in the IoT

CTOvision

We’re seeing a glimmer of the future – the Internet of Things (IoT) – where anything and everything is or contains a sensor that can communicate over the network/Internet. Your running shoe tracks your workouts, sending the data to a mobile app. By George Romas.

With NCS, Cisco Targets the Internet of Everything

Data Center Knowledge

To address rapidly growing Internet traffic in cloud, mobile, video and machine-to-machine applications Cisco (CSCO) introduced the Network Convergence System (NCS), a network fabric family designed to serve as the foundation of a massively scalable, smarter and more adaptable Internet.

Blackberry changes tack to secure enterprise internet of things

Computer Weekly

After dropping devices to concentrate on mobile device management, Blackberry is poised to take on IoT security under John Chen’s leadership

Winning the Information War with Mobile

CIO Dashboard

We didn’t have easy access to car information, and we certainly weren’t surfing the Internet. They are empowering their sales forces with real-time access to warranty, financing and inventory information—above and beyond what the customer is likely to have—with mobile devices.

Google Announces Links within Mobile Apps

CTOvision

For websites with lots of Internet traffic, turning visits into profits with successful advertising is immensely important. Because we increasingly access online content through apps on our mobile devices, traditional advertising models that rely on using search engines and surfing the web may be on the way out. New ads on Google to boost mobile-app makers (cnet.com). What Makes a Great Mobile (Banking) App (thefinancialbrand.com). By ShannonPerry.

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Applying the Laws of Science to the Internet of Things and Healthcare IT

CTOvision

Today, “Internet of Things” (IoT) is shouted at every corner, both in the business and private spheres. Internet of Things: What’s in a Name? Cyber Security Health IT The Future Apple Big Data HealthKit Internet of Things mHealth Morgan Stanley SoftServe

The Internet of Things Means Business

CIO Dashboard

According to a survey by the research arm of The Economist, businesses are slightly more likely to be using the Internet of Things for internal operations and processes than in external products or services. If you liked this, you might also like: The CIO’s Role in the Internet of Things.

Banking via websites in decline as mobile apps take over

Computer Weekly

The use of mobile apps to bank is growing fast and fewer people use the internet to handle their financial affairs

Answering the Mobile Data Deluge With Flash

Data Center Knowledge

As data grows and companies become more reliant on faster internet speeds, flash storage is disrupting three industries in particular: mobile payments, mobile healthcare and mobile retail. Read More. Industry Perspectives