Analysis

Analysis

IoT Security: Keep your finger on the trigger, but there’s no...

A recent global study revealed that IoT will “soon be widespread”, as 85 percent of businesses plan to implement IoT by 2019, driven by...

IoT project brings clean, safe water to thousands in Africa

In recognition of World Water Day, Internet of Business looks at how IoT technologies can help to bring clean water to people in Africa. According to figures from...

Is a programmer now a ‘developer of things’?

The architects of our technology-driven world are programmers, coders, developers, software engineers - call them by your moniker of choice. But how do the people behind...

Retailers, it’s time to smash your traditional e-commerce platform

IoB Insiders Retail consultant Nick Lansley tells retailers that it's time to smash up traditional e-commerce platforms in favor of loosely coupled micro-services. The story...

IoB Insiders: Wearables and companion devices in the workplace

IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth, analyst at research company Quocirca, considers how organizations can adapt to and prepare for the growing number of different wearables being...

John Deere ploughs furrow as Industrial Internet pioneer

John Deere may seem an unlikely pioneer of the fourth industrial revolution, but the company is using IoT, telematics and satellite technologies to drive precision...

Three simple steps to secure your IoT system

In a contributed article to Internet of Business, George Smyth, director of R&D at software development company Rocket Software, talks us through the precautions...

Retail IoT deployment to take off in 2018, says JDA/PwC report

Widespread deployment of IoT technology in the retail sector will not happen until next year, according to leading retail and supply chain software vendor, JDA. Software...

Talend: GDPR compliance threats in the IoT

The forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation has already been well documented, but how will the IoT be impacted by (and respond to)...

Cloudera: Connected car data is a safety issue

Clever use of connected car data isn't just a matter of driver convenience, comfort and efficiency, but also of safety, writes Wim Stoop, senior...

Stress testing the IoT bedsprings

No bed (or dog bed) manufacturer would dream of putting their bed frames and mattresses on sale without undertaking a prolonged stage of stress...

Q&A: Maria McKavanagh, COO, Green Running

Maria McKavanagh is chief operating officer at Green Running, the maker of Verv, a connected home device that monitors energy usage, with the goal...