The top news stories for July 7, 2015.
For the benefit of CIOs that want to know what the exploding tech trend means to them, the New Jersey Institute of Technology has prepared an infographic on the Internet of Things and "How to Prepare for the Future."
The top news stories for June 30, 2015.
Cisco introduced several new products that make up what it's calling the IoT System, following up on comments outgoing CEO John Chambers made about the digitization of the workplace in his Cisco Live keynote speech.
FierceCIO recently reported on how the IoT could change everything for IT, and new studies confirm just how amazingly large the IoT is becoming already.
IoT is proving its worth to a growing number of organizations, with nearly two-thirds of IoT apps generating revenue. Still, the majority of app developers feel restricted by tight budgets, short-staffing and insuffienent tools to do it right.
No doubt the trend know as the Internet of Things carries with it lots of hype. Still, the IoT has the potential to change "everything," including for IT.
With the proliferation of mobile devices and the ongoing Internet of Things trend, there are more and more endpoints connecting to the network; and according to Chris Spain, vice president of product management for Cisco's enterprise networking group, even as these devices make our lives easier, they're also taxing the network.
CSOs and CISOs who equate forthcoming IT trends – most notably the digitization of core business processes and the Internet of Things – to past shifts in the market couldn't be more wrong, according to a number of Gartner experts.
Security experts from the SANS Institute have put their heads together and come up with the six most dangerous attack techniques confronting IT security pros today.