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Rich Quinnell
Rich Quinnell, Editor in Chief, 4/16/2014   Comment now   3 comments
Open-source software has long been hailed as a low-cost alternative for development teams seeking ready solutions not requiring cash outlay. Further, proponents of open-source claim that the widespread peer review the software undergoes ensures high code quality. This sounds like a great deal for Internet of Things (IoT) developers dealing with ...
Rich Quinnell
Rich Quinnell, Editor in Chief, 4/16/2014   Comment now   1 Comment
While I was at the EE Live conference this month, I met with several companies addressing design for the Internet of Things. Each was coming with a different approach, but all were working on the same aspect: security. From software stacks to consulting services, security is becoming a key element of commercial software options.
Sherly Mendoza
Sherly Mendoza, Freelance Writer, 4/15/2014   Comment now   4 comments
Datacenters are getting more and more complex. Growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is only going to aggravate the situation. Thankfully, there are applications such as DCIM tools that can help you cut through all the complexity and enable you to get the most out of your datacenters.
Steve Bell
Steve Bell, Founder & President, KeySo Global, 4/14/2014   Comment now   23 comments
The scale of the horizontal mobile ecosystem and the potential impact that the Internet of Things can have on so many industry business models and value chains tend to make you believe that the future is a game to be played only by the big boys, like IBM and Cisco. These companies have the resources and stamina to deal with business-to-business deal ...
Rich Quinnell
Rich Quinnell, Editor in Chief, 4/11/2014   Comment now   7 comments
The final speaker at the IoT Workshop I hosted at Interop tackled three related issues: security, privacy, and regulatory compliance. Sean Lorenz, technical product manager at Xively, provided background information in each of these areas. He also provided recommendations for best-practices that connected businesses should implement.
Rich Quinnell
Rich Quinnell, Editor in Chief, 4/11/2014   Comment now   5 comments
The fourth speaker at my half-day workshop on the IoT at Interop was David Freidman, CEO of Ayla Networks, who is also a blogger here on IoT World. In his presentation on the operational implications for information technology (IT), he made a key point about the role the IT department should play in the development of any Internet of Things (IoT) design. ...
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Tales From Interop: Security, Privacy & Compliance
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Tales From Interop: Operational Implications of IoT for IT
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Datacenters Facing Multiple Challenges
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Rob Oshana
Rob Oshana, Director, Global Software R&D, Digital Networking, Freescale, 10/15/2013   Comment now   1 Comment
The Internet of Things is an exciting prospect that has the potential to change the way we interact with our environment and society. I've seen numerous articles, white papers, and opinion pieces that discuss the scope and the types of gadgets we might see in an IoT world, but not so much on how we are going to get there.
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Distributed Security for ...
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Ensure Value in the IoT
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Transition to IPv6 Tunneling
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IEEE Holds World Forum on IoT
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IPv6 Transition, Part 2
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IPv6 Transition, Part 1
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IoT Security Must Change
Forget firewalls. IT security in the IoT era must ...

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Z-Wave Shows Off IoT
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Internet Disruption Is Looming
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Beware the Early Adopter
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Google May Invade Your Nest
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Distributed Security for the IoT

4|1|14   |   2.18   |   (1) comment


Security in the IoT will require a distributed solution to many problems, including privacy and identity management.
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Ensure Value in the IoT

3|20|14   |   1:29   |   (6) comments


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Transition to IPv6 Tunneling

3|18|14   |   1:49   |   (1) comment


IPv6 is coming. Tunneling is the second of three IPv4-to-IPv6 transition strategies.
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Transition to IPv6 Dual Stack

3|18|14   |   1:57   |   (0) comments


Dual-stack operation is one of three IPv4-to-IPv6 transition strategies.
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Transition to IPv6 Translation

3|18|14   |   2:14   |   (0) comments


Address translation is the third of three IPv4-to-IPv6 transition strategies.
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IEEE Holds World Forum on IoT

3|6|14   |   2:07   |   (0) comments


For a global perspective on the Internet of Things, Korea is the place to be in March.
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IPv6 Transition Strategies, Part 2

2|18|14   |   1:54   |   (1) comment


These are the three main approaches to allowing both IPvx versions to coexist for a time.
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IPv6 Transition Strategies, Part 1

2|18|14   |   1:35   |   (1) comment


The move from IPv4 to IPv6 must be accomplished gradually, so we need to have a way for both versions to coexist for a time.
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IT Security Must Change for the IoT

2|18|14   |   1:36   |   (7) comments


Forget firewalls. IT security in the IoT era must follow a different model.
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Z-Wave Shows How IoT Interoperability Can Work

2|7|14   |   2:11   |   (1) comment


Interoperability is a major concern for development of the IoT. Z-Wave maybe showing us the way.
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Beware the Early Adopter

1|30|14   |   1:37   |   (2) comments


IoT entrepreneurs can be easily misled by the early adopters of their technology. Focusing on that group can lead you into a blind alley instead of market success.
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Bosch Demos the IoT at CES 2014

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Bosch demonstrates its IoT motion detection sensors in action at CES 2014, providing real-time tracking of attendees on the show floor.
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Google May Invade Your Nest

1|22|14   |   2:25   |   (3) comments


With the acquisition of IoT vendor Nest, Google gains even more ability to peer into our lives.
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IoT Puts the World in Your Hands

1|15|14   |   1:59   |   (6) comments


As CES International 2014 has shown, the world is getting connected and is coming to a smartphone near you.