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Is it time to protect IoT data with blockchain?

With the rise of ransomware and other cyber hacks, how might blockchain technology be used to mitigate and manage threats to the IoT, asks...

Salesforce: The connected customer is changing manufacturing

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Gavin Mee, senior vice president and head of UK at Salesforce, explains why the voice of the...

Fishing for profits: Colombian shrimp farmers catch on to IoT

At Columbian shrimp production company Oceanos, IoT is helping to tackle theft and ensure that shellfish grow to a bigger size, faster.  As seafood production...

Is IoT the right prescription for getting patients to take their...

Prescription drugs are a fact of life for millions of people worldwide. Some medicine is administered by healthcare professionals in clinics and hospitals; in...

IIoT and the rise of the cobots

Spending on robotics among industrial companies will continue to climb over the next decade – but smaller, less costly and highly adaptable collaborative robots...

NetNumber: Signaling control must adapt to IoT age

As carriers increasingly look to handle more IoT connectivity for customers, they'll need to rethink their approach to signaling control, as Doug Ranelli of...

Visa Europe: In Internet of Payments, convenience and security will rule

Internet of Business talks payments with Jonathan Vaux, executive director of engagement at the Visa Innovation Center London. In February this year, Visa announced the...

Liverpool’s Sensor City aims to be “global hub” for sensor technologies

The Sensor City facility, a collaborative venture between Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool, has appointed Alison Mitchell as its executive director. Mitchell,...

Machine vision: a bird’s-eye view of the smart factory

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at EU Automation, a supplier of obsolete industrial parts, discusses the role of...

MongoDB: Bridging the front and back ends of the IoT

The IoT is massively dynamic in nature. Platforms, standards, data types and devices themselves change all the time. But deeper down, an even more...

Start-up of the month: IoTium – time for network-as-a-service

Internet of Business speaks with Ron Victor, CEO and founder of network-as-a-service provider IoTium, about how a new way to acquire network infrastructure could...

Plotting to rule the IoT via graphs

IoB Insiders Clive Longbottom, analyst at Quocirca, makes the case for using graph databases when dealing with increasingly complex IoT platforms. At a high level, the...