IT - IoT

Top 18 IoT Blogs To Follow In 2021
WhatIs.com, February 16th, 2021
Whether you're a newcomer or a seasoned expert, there's an IoT blog for you. Stay up to speed on the latest in internet of things technology and use cases with these leading blogs

"The internet of things is driving many of today's most significant technology developments. Modern organizations use IoT applications and sensors for everything from optimizing manufacturing and supply chain practices to aiding the development of municipalities through use in smart cities.

Effective use of IoT technology can create numerous benefits. It can potentially help businesses monitor complex processes, save time and money, improve customer experience (CX), aid strategic decision-making, streamline business models and boost productivity..."


Overcoming IoT Asset Management Challenges
Secuity Boulevard, February 17th, 2021
The ability to track anything - from the level of coffee left in your pot to a real-time inventory of goods in a warehouse - is compelling in any industry

"With the number of IoT devices expected to reach 55.7 billion worldwide by 2025, security teams face increasing complexity and challenges in discovering, managing and securing all of these assets. Emerging data security and privacy requirements can create further complications.

Let's take a closer look at these challenges and the IoT device asset management best practices that can help security teams overcome them..."


IoT Basics: A Guide For Beginners
WhatIs.com, February 17th, 2021
Explore the benefits and challenges of IoT, as well as its consumer, business and industrial applications. Learn how it works, related concepts, history and more in this primer

"IoT stands for internet of things. Most simply, it refers to physical objects linked through wired and wireless networks. More specifically, it refers to the collection of internet-connected devices that are able to communicate autonomously over the internet, without needing a person to initiate the communication.

You might be asking yourself, how is this different from the "internet" as most people commonly understand the term? Well, it really isn't that different -- it's just a way of talking about the internet with a specific focus on "things" instead of people..."

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