Tagged: IoT


The Internet of Everything – the need to manage external things

Research commissioned by Quocirca in July 2016, as background to its Reference Architecture for the IoE (Internet of Everything), shows that most businesses in the UK and Germany believe the Internet of Things (IoT) is already having a major impact (43%) or expect that it will do so soon (44%). The remaining 13% are more…

artificial intelligence

AWS brings on ‘bots for the masses’ with new AI services

If you like your hullabaloo to come in compute, storage, database/analytics, and devops-related flavours, then AWS’ annual re:Invent ‘educational conference’ event in Las Vegas last week didn’t disappoint. And that’s...

Edge Computing

What is Edge Computing?

The name edge computing signifies the corner or edge in a network diagram at which traffic enters or exits the network. Edge computing pushes computing power to the edges of...

The shape of things to come – advanced networking security for the IoT

Many organisations are having to rethink network security to support Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. This includes being ability to continuously monitor devices attaching to networks and apply policy-based controls, without the use of on-device software agents.

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