Authors Posts by Adrian Bridgwater

Adrian Bridgwater

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I am a technology journalist with over two decades of press experience. Primarily I work as a news analysis writer dedicated to a software application development ‘beat’; but, in a fluid media world, I am also an analyst, technology evangelist and content consultant. As the previously narrow discipline of programming now extends across a wider transept of the enterprise IT landscape, my own editorial purview has also broadened. I have spent much of the last ten years also focusing on open source, data analytics and intelligence, cloud computing, mobile devices and data management. I have an extensive background in communications starting in print media, newspapers and also television. If anything, this gives me enough man-hours of cynical world-weary experience to separate the spin from the substance, even when the products are shiny and new.

HPE Aruba weaves new fabric for analytics-driven IoT security

HPE Aruba executives say the company has aligned its latest software layers to be more specifically engineered to address security concerns in the IoT. Hewlett...

Software AG gets smarter on IoT with Cumulocity

Software AG now specifically styles itself as an IoT data analytics company and has extended its cloud platform with Cumulocity. To fit with its new...

Future Grid aims to power up the Internet of Energy with...

In the Internet of Energy, data persistence matters when it comes to giving power generation companies insight into their IoT implementations, says Future Grid.  Open...

Huawei IoT strategy fuses platform, connections, ecosystem

Adrian Bridgwater reports from the Huawei Connect 2017 conference at the International Expo Centre in Shanghai, on the Chinese telecommunications equipment giant's IoT ambitions. The...

Myriad launches Thingstream for IoT without the internet

Swiss mobile communications software company Myriad Group has announced the commercial availability of Thingstream, a device connectivity network built on USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service...

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...

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...

Qt gets cuter for developers focused on IoT automation

Mobile application development company Qt (pronounced 'cute') has refreshed its programmer toolset, designed for coders building apps in the industrial automation space. Qt has had a...

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...

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...

Intel Movidius Stick puts neural AI on the edge

Microprocessor giant Intel has launched its Movidius Neural Compute Stick, a USB-based deep learning inference kit and self-contained Artificial Intelligence (AI) accelerator. The technology...