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More connected, less secure: Addressing IoT and OT threats to the enterprise

CIO

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a permanent fixture for consumers and enterprises as the world becomes more and more interconnected. By 2027, the global number of connected IoT devices is projected to exceed 29 billion, a significant increase from the 16.7 billion devices reported in 2023.

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Defining DevSecOps for IoT

DevOps.com

By embedding security practices at every stage of the IoT development lifecycle, from design through deployment, organizations can significantly enhance the security and integrity of their IoT ecosystems.

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AIOps for successful IoT projects

CIO

It’s interesting how the number of projected IoT devices being connected in 2023 can differ by 26 billion from article to article. HPE Aruba Networking Central includes a feature called Client Insights that gives you AI-powered profiling, traffic visibility and also lets you see if IoT clients change their behavior.

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What you need to know about IoT in enterprise and education

CIO

What you need to know about IoT in enterprise and education . In an era of data driven insights and automation, few technologies have the power to supercharge and empower decision makers like that of the Internet of Things (IoT). . As the adoption of IoT devices is expected to reach 24.1 billion by 2029.

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Is Your IoT Pilot in Danger?

Is Your IoT Pilot in Danger? Take our short quiz to determine if your IoT pilot is set up for success, or at risk of being delayed.

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IoT Adoption in Healthcare Brings Security Opportunities

CIO

At the end of the day, it’s all about patient outcomes and how to improve the delivery of care, so this kind of IoT adoption in healthcare brings opportunities that can be life-changing, as well as simply being operationally sound. Why Medical IoT Devices Are at Risk There are a number of reasons why medical IoT devices are at risk.

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P&G enlists IoT, predictive analytics to perfect Pampers diapers

CIO

En route to one of those plants in Missouri, Kietermeyer explained to CIO.com that the combination IoT and edge platform, sensors, and edge analytics rules engine have been successfully employed to address pressure and temperature anomalies and the valve hardware issues that can occur in the diaper-making process.

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The New Tech Toolbelt: Digital Twins, IoT, Cobots, & More

Speaker: Cory Skinner, Founder and CEO of FactR

Thanks to modern technology, we have several tools under our belt to choose from when overcoming obstacles that disrupt supply chain efficiency and agility, such as: Internet of Things (IoT) IoT Track and Trace Collaborative robots (cobots) AI-enabled software Supply chain digital twins Ready to dive into new tech to protect your supply chain, but (..)

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Monetization Monitor: Monetization Models and Pricing 2020

Customers demand—and suppliers offer—a diverse mix of monetization models for Software and Digital Services related to IoT Devices. Approximately a third (34%) of respondents in this year’s annual software and IoT monetization survey still rely on homegrown solutions. Fast innovation (SaaS, IoT, etc.)