Internet of Things News

The Internet of Things is a technology concept that has started to take shape, and that many predict will change the way that people live and work, much in the same way that the internet did. In terms of technology, it is a fast-moving and interesting topic, while at the same time presents a number of questions for society. To keep up with all the Internet of Things news, register for the Wiser daily email. At the moment, most things that are connected to the internet are computer devices - desktop computers, laptops, servers, tablets, smartphones etc. When the Internet of Things becomes a reality, everything will be connected and will have a unique identifier. This could be a car, a light switch, an oven, a road sign, or anything else. And unlike the original internet which was built by humans typing in code, machines will be able to act together. This presents opportunities but there are also concerns, including questions about privacy and security. The free daily Internet of Things news email from Wiser is the best way to stay up-to-date with news about the technology, as well as the views and opinions of the leading players in the field.

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Chicago Connectory, a new Internet of Things incubator, opens at Merchandise Mart
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SAP Leonardo Foundation – Technical Services, experience from the SAP Cloud Platform Internet of Things service beta program
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Add industrial robots to the list of internet-connected devices vulnerable to hackers
Mic.com • Melanie Ehrenkranz
CP8139 – Digital Transformation with the Internet of Things at SAPPHIRENOW2017
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The Morning Download: Role of CIO, Digital Business Come of Age Together
The Wall Street JournalSteve Rosenbush
Sign up here for The Morning Download, and get the most important news in business technology emailed to you each weekday morning. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Good morning. The moment of the CIO has arrived. So has the moment of artificial intelligence, the...
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Cloud Computing Services, Internet of Things
MTM's Kleyman: Build Your Business on a Secure IoT
InformationWeekCharles Babcock Editor At Large, Cloud
CTO of MTM Technologies Bill Kleyman says your future customers will reach you over the Internet of Things.
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Cloud Computing Services, Enterprise Resource Planning Software
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Starter Kit
Electronic Component NewsJernst
Avnet announced a starter kit specifically designed for the development of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. The SK002 Visible Things Industrial IoT Starter Kit adds to the company’s Visible Things™ platform, which offers a complete development solution that enables engineers to...
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Grubhub Inc, Internet of Things
Chicago Connectory, a new Internet of Things incubator, opens at Merchandise Mart
Chicago TribuneRobert Holly
Tech hub 1871 and electronics giant Bosch on Monday opened the Chicago Connectory, a new workspace on the fifth floor of the Merchandise Mart dedicated to Internet of Things ventures. Dennis Boecker, global IT Innovation lead at Bosch, said the 19,000-square-foot space...
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Internet of Things
SAP Leonardo Foundation – Technical Services, experience from the SAP Cloud Platform Internet of Things service beta program
SAP BlogsFabian Lehmann
In december i get the chance from the SAP Product Management to be part of beta test program for the new SAP Cloud Platform IoT service. This will become the logical successor of the IoT service that actually everybody can use with...
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Internet of Things, Manufacturing
Add industrial robots to the list of internet-connected devices vulnerable to hackers
Mic.comMelanie Ehrenkranz
If you thought getting your smart, internet-connected TV hacked was bad, wait until a production line of big robots gets hacked. The software that runs internet-connected industrial robots is outdated and vulnerable to hacking, according to a new report from cybersecurity firm...
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Colleges & Universities, Internet of Things
CP8139 – Digital Transformation with the Internet of Things at SAPPHIRENOW2017
SAP BlogsPushkar Ranjan
Consumer durables are getting increasingly connected with the leverage of the Internet of Things. Some examples are highlighted below: This session will force audience members into a rethinking mode when it comes to being a modern-day consumer durable manufacturer along with the...
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Economic Policy, Internet of Things
SAPPHIRENOW 2017 – ASUG Preconference – Connecting Things, People, and Processes for Live Business with Solutions for the Internet of Things – BEFORE YOU GO!
SAP BlogsPushkar Ranjan
THANK YOU! for choosing the ASUG Preconference “Connecting Things, People, and Processes for Live Business with Solutions for the Internet of Things” to kick start your SAPPHIRENOW 2017 experience. We hope to make an amazing day of learning, sharing and networking for...
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Big Data, Cloud Computing Services
MTM's Kleyman: Embrace the Coming Internet of Things
InformationWeekCharles Babcock Editor At Large, Cloud
Interop speaker Bill Kleyman sees security as one component of the Internet of Things, which all companies are going to have to embrace.
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Internet of Things, Smart Cities
The Internet of Things Needs a Code of Ethics
The AtlanticKaveh Waddell
In October, when malware called Mirai took over poorly secured webcams and DVRs, and used them to disrupt internet access across the United States, I wondered who was responsible. Not who actually coded the malware, or who unleashed it on an essential...
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