Blockchain: Separating Hype from Reality
There is much excitement about the disruptive potential of blockchain technology, but there is also much confusion. This article helps put things into perspective, separating blockchain fact from fiction.
Capturing the Full Power of Today’s Digital Age
Many executives are excited about connected technologies, but their company’s infrastructure is not up to speed. Learn to future-proof your business to compete in the 21st century of IoT.
Driving a Successful Partnership between Large Corporations and Startups
When startups and big companies work together in a mutually beneficial partnership, they can thrive through faster innovation, greater market share, and hopefully, making magic together for years to come.
Future-Proofing your IoT infrastructure
Don’t let your company’s approach to IoT hold you back from remaining competitive in today’s digital age. In order to take full advantage of the transformational power of IoT, businesses must address their insufficient infrastructures, no matter where they are in their IoT journeys.
Overcoming the Dark Side of IoT
IoT holds promise to completely transform business but negative connotations and uncertainty are impeding its progress. How can we address the dark sides of IoT?
Open Standards and New Technologies Will Accelerate the Internet of Things
To flourish, IoT needs a supporting cast of technologies —from analytics to blockchain—as well as an industry-wide shift to open standards, which allow these technologies to interoperate.
Edge and fog computing: Key to safer streets? (Part 3)
In parts one and two, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog computing and how they may be the...
Edge and fog computing: The key to smarter cities? (Part 2)
In part one, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog (or edge fog) computing. Now we’ll explore how government can...
Edge and fog computing: Cutting through the haze (Part 1)
While the concepts of edge and fog have been around for a while, they are being re-imagined to reshape how government agencies are interacting with citizens and data.