To help IT pros cope with device proliferation, Dell is updating its KACE K1000 mobility management platform to enable enterprises to discover, configure, secure and manage computers and devices in multi-platform environments.
While the FTC's security and privacy recommendations for IoT devices and data are useful, they are voluntary and therefore lack teeth. Companies have little incentive to spend the extra time and money needed to implement them.
Yesterday, GoodData, a cloud BI provider, announced major upgrades to its platform and the resulting launch of its "insights-as-a-service" concept that leverages collective learning and, according to them, is suitable as an IoT ready platform.
Employees at critical infrastructure firms are not just connecting their laptops and mobile phones to the corporate network from home, they are also connecting Internet of Things devices residing on their home network to the corporate network.
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Enterprise demand for M2M is fueling the market for mobile M2M modules – chips that enable data processing and communication between M2M devices. Infonetics Research estimates that the mobile M2M module market will increase nearly three-fold, from $1.6 billion this year to $4.5 billion in sales by 2018.
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In his post in O'Reilly Radar, Alistair Croll points out four very large and looming big data problems in the Internet of Things. One of them is "datamandering" or data sprawl.
Many companies wanted to demonstrate how fast and cool their Internet of Things (IoT) devices are. But many commercial uses of IoT, more commonly called machine-to-machine communication, need a small amount of bandwidth and slow speed.
The Cluetrain rides again, and big data is included in this rendition.