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Jessica Twentyman

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Jessica Twentyman is a journalist with a 20-year track record as both a writer and editor on national newspapers and IT trade titles. Her work focuses on how smart companies use technology to achieve real business results. She is a contributor to the Financial Times, The Economist and Computer Weekly, and Consulting Editor on Diginomica.com and I-CIO.com.

PTC offers free trial of ThingWorx Studio for augmented reality

PTC is offering companies a free trial of ThingWorx Studio, an augmented reality (AR) authoring and publishing toolset for industrial IoT (IIoT) environments. ThingWorx Studio, which is...

Dewalt powers ahead with IoT plans for construction workers

Toolmaker Dewalt is looking to tap into the IoT in order to help workers on construction sites become more productive. Who used that power drill...

IoT innovators urged to take starting positions for Formula 1 competition

Calling all motorsport-obsessed IoT innovators: Tata Communications has launched its Formula 1 Connectivity Innovation Prize, with star driver Lewis Hamilton as one of the judges...

Thinxtra provides Sigfox connectivity to IoT projects down under

Thinxtra, an IoT specialist that operates the Sigfox IoT network in Australia and New Zealand, has this week announced details of two new projects...

AT&T gives wings to Red Bull IoT project

Telco AT&T has announced it will connect up to 1 million Red Bull-branded beverage coolers around the world. In the background, IoT technologies will...

Cisco looks to tackle IoT failure with new IoT Operations Platform

Networking giant Cisco has launched an IoT platform aimed at making deployments easier and has partnered with Microsoft Azure to better connect edge devices....

IoT-based monitoring increasingly offers alternative to prison, says report

Modern GPS technologies are taking the place of older, radio frequency (RF) systems when it comes to the ‘tagging’ of offenders – and that,...

CODI: Schneider Electric’s hub for supply chain advances

This morning at Internet of Supply Chain EMEA in Amsterdam, attendees were taken on a whistle-stop tour of cutting-edge technology projects currently underway at...

DHL trials smart warehouses in three European locations

German logistics giant DHL has revealed it is working with networking giant Cisco and start-up Conduce to create ‘smart warehouses’ in Germany, the Netherlands...

Most IoT hacks originate in Asia, honeypot data reveals

Most IoT attacks originate in Asia and seek to compromise specific types of unsecured IoT devices, such as video cameras, according to data collected...

Frost & Sullivan highlights five IoT growth areas for 2017

It’s May already, and we’re already one-third of the way through 2017. At market research firm Frost & Sullivan, analysts are already thinking ahead...

Small, fast pilots: The secret of Henkel’s supply chain success

Internet of Business speaks to Wolfgang Weber, a speaker at its Internet of Supply Chain conference to be held in Amsterdam on 17 &...