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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The Internet of Things Is Real, But Skeptics Abound
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What is the Internet of Things and how can it grow my business?
The Guardian • Matthew Chapman
Mixed Reality for Immersive Experiences
The Wall Street Journal • Deloitteeditor
Industry Groups Partner To Advance Security
MediaPost • Chase Martin
Making connections: An industry perspective on the Internet of Things
McKinsey Quarterly • Jan Veira, Mark Patel
Is Everything Hackable In The Internet Of Things?
Forbes • Communityvoice, Editors, Forbes Technology Council
The Internet Of Things For Accountants
Forbes • Communityvoice, Editors, Forbes Technology Council
Letter: Self-Driving Nightmare
The New York Times
Softbank Projects 1 Trillion IoT Chips Coming
MediaPost
Botnets: The Dangerous Side Effects Of The Internet Of Things
Forbes • Bernard Marr, Contributor
 
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The Internet of Things Is Real, But Skeptics Abound
Fortune MagazineAdam Lashinsky
Companies, like people and cities, have every right to call themselves whatever they please. I come to this conviction, perhaps, as a native of Illinois, where cities like Des Plaines (pronounced dess-PLAINS) and Marseilles (mar-SAILS) defy the sophisticated outsider to apply a...
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Internet of Things, Small Business
What is the Internet of Things and how can it grow my business?
The GuardianMatthew Chapman
The term ‘Internet of Things’ might sound disconcertingly vague, but it refers to something very specific: technological devices connected via the internet. The history Similar to other technological buzzwords such as 3D printing and electric cars, the technology behind the Internet of...
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Digital Media, Internet of Things
Mixed Reality for Immersive Experiences
The Wall Street JournalDeloitteeditor
Augmented and virtual reality technologies are intersecting with opportunities made possible by the internet of things, creating a new category of mixed reality that use sensors, gestures, voice, context, and digital content to help humans interact more naturally with the increasingly intelligent...
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Internet of Things, Security Software & Services
Industry Groups Partner To Advance Security
MediaPostChase Martin
In an effort to further enhance online security, two Internet groups have just joined forces. The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) is teaming up with the Internet Society to become an initiative within the Internet Society’s global network of online security members and...
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Cloud Computing Services, Digital Media
Making connections: An industry perspective on the Internet of Things
McKinsey QuarterlyJan Veira, Mark Patel
The CEO of semiconductor company CSR, Joep van Beurden, discusses the progress—and growing pains—of the Internet of Things market. Semiconductor executives are closely monitoring the development of the Internet of Things—in which physical objects are equipped with sensors and other devices that...
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Internet of Things, Security Software & Services
Is Everything Hackable In The Internet Of Things?
ForbesCommunityvoice, Editors, Forbes Technology Council
As we connect ever more devices to the internet, security concerns rise.
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Accounting, Enterprise Resource Planning Software
The Internet Of Things For Accountants
ForbesCommunityvoice, Editors, Forbes Technology Council
As the hyper-connected world of technology comes of age, another new frontier is emerging: the internet of things (IoT). The internet is arguably the most transformational technological development of the last century. The vast amount of personal and business data on the...
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Auto Industry, Internet of Things
Letter: Self-Driving Nightmare
The New York Times
To the Editor: Re “Creating a Road Map for the Self-Driving Car” (Business Day, March 3): The database for a fully autonomous vehicle must encompass, in continually updated real time, not merely every road in this country, but also every driveway, every...
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Internet of Things, Mobile Phones
Softbank Projects 1 Trillion IoT Chips Coming
MediaPost
Japanese mega-corp Softbank expects its processor-designer subsidiary ARM to fire out a trillion chips for the Internet of Things over the next two decades, its CEO told Mobile World Congress. Masayoshi Son also laid emphasis on the growth of smart devices and...
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Internet of Things, Security Software & Services
Botnets: The Dangerous Side Effects Of The Internet Of Things
ForbesBernard Marr, Contributor
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the name given to describe the relatively new technology that connects everyday objects and devices to the web to provide additional data or functionality. But in the race to create that next “it” product that no...
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