Analysis

Analysis

Okta: In the IoT, every ‘thing’ has its own identity

Adrian Bridgwater attends this week's Oktane17 user conference in Las Vegas, to analyze what Okta company executives really mean by 'identity' in an IoT...

The randomness of the IoT: You do the math

How should we define the tools and mechanics we use to process the algorithmic calculations that exist within the IoT? More fundamentally, is it...

IoB Insiders: Why are so-called ‘smart meters’ so very dumb?

IoB Insiders: Quocirca analyst Clive Longbottom discusses why many smart meters, currently being rolled out across the UK, are not all they're cracked up to be.  If you...

Postman aims to help companies deliver on IoT edge computing

API specialist Postman has updated its API monitoring features to allow developers working on IoT edge computing to run API tests from different geographical locations. Edge...

Battery tech will power global smart grid ambitions

This week, the Energy Networks Association (ENA), which represents the distribution and transmission networks operators that deliver power to homes and businesses in the...

IoT device makers: Tackle security or face legal action

As governments start to contemplate legal responses to IoT security flaws, will the threat of a date with justice finally force manufacturers of connected...

Pentaho’s Elrifai on future-planning for the IoT

This is a guest post for Internet of Business written by Wael Elrifai, director of enterprise solutions at business intelligence and data analytics software company...

IoB Insiders: Time to contemplate the end of the smartphone?

IoB Insiders Rob Bamforth, analyst at Quocirca, asks: Is it time to contemplate the end of the smartphone era and if so, what will its replacement...

Wait for 5G? The IoT needn’t hold its breath

When it comes to the connection between 5G and the IoT, confusion reigns. Some uncertainty is, perhaps, to be expected. After all, 5G, the fifth...

Cheers for connected beer, all hail to the Internet of Ale

Now that the Internet of Things (IoT) touches almost every industry, should we also be enjoying the Internet of Beer at the end of...

Laboratory-based IoT: is connectivity new in the realm of science?

The Internet of Things is broadly defined as “the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send...

Cloudera: Data is putting insurers in the driving seat

Dr. Richard Harmon, Director, EMEA Financial Services, Cloudera, sheds light on the opportunity and risk that IoT data poses for the insurance industry. A perfect...