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Report: Urgent action needed to tame ‘Wild West’ of IoT

    Report: Urgent action needed to tame ‘Wild West’ of IoT

A recent report by Scrutinise Research and Analysis finds that immediate action is required to avert potentially disastrous security breaches of connected devices by cyber terrorists and criminals in the current “Wild West” of the Internet of Things (IoT). The report, “Securing the Internet of Things,” recommends a four-pronged approach to prevent security breaches of IoT devices that could have wide reaching consequences.

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Ducati races ahead of the pack with Accenture and machine learning

    Ducati races ahead of the pack with Accenture and machine learning

Ducati Corse, the racing department of Ducati Motor Holding, a world leader in sports motorcycle manufacturing, is working with Accenture to integrate the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence technologies into the testing of its MotoGP racing bikes. Ducati Corse wants to make testing its race bikes faster, cheaper and more effective.

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Industrie 4.0: Analytics everywhere

    Industrie 4.0: Analytics everywhere

Through advances such as big data and the Internet of Things (IoT), the field of analytics has been growing by leaps and bounds. However, much of the focus, particularly in the United States, has been in the consumer (i.e., business-to-consumer, or B2C) market. Indeed, much of the innovation coming out of Silicon Valley, and from disruptive digital companies with new business models and no legacy infrastructure to contend with, remains in the context of personalization and the consumer experience.

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IoT unleashes endless business opportunities

    IoT unleashes endless business opportunities

Imagine a sensor inside an offshore drilling rig. The sensor checks for damage to a critical valve. To do so, the sensor regulates pressure in the oil well 7,000 feet below the ocean’s surface. This sensor generates data that might have gone unnoticed half a decade ago. Back then, the rig operator had no way to tap into this ground-level information.

That’s not the case anymore. With the right technology, organizations can now find everyday data instantly, no matter where it is created – right away, on the fly – exactly when this data is most useful.

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BPM empowering IoT business users

    BPM empowering IoT business users

IoT (Internet of Things) devices have become increasingly popular in recent years. They are all around us – from fitness trackers on our wrists to smart thermostats in our homes – and adoption will only continue to grow in the coming years. In fact, Gartner, Inc. reported that 5.5 million new things were connected in 2016 alone, upping the total of connected things worldwide to 6.4 billion, a 30 percent increase from 2015. Gartner projects we will reach 20.8 billion by 2020.

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BPM empowering IoT business users

By Gal Horvitz IoT (Internet of Things) devices have become increasingly popular in recent years. They are all around us

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Product or Service? Making wise decisions with the Internet of Things

    Product or Service? Making wise decisions with the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) sounds like a consumer fantasy or a science fiction come true. The convenience of turning off the home lights from miles away or leaving the grocery purchase to the refrigerator when milk needs to be replenished sounds technologically interesting. However, there is more to the IoT than the technological lifestyle enhancement by using smart devices. The actual potential of IoT lies on the corporate side, enabling organizations to collect and analyze data from sensors on equipment, pipelines, weather stations, meters, delivery trucks, traffic lights, automobiles, healthcare devices and other types of machinery.

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Predictive analytics in the cloud: It’s all about the data

    Predictive analytics in the cloud: It’s all about the data

During the 1992 presidential election, the Clinton team coined the phrase “it’s the economy, stupid,” as an easy way to remember one of the most important platforms of the campaign. For the cloud – and especially predictive analytics in the cloud – it’s not the economy, but the data, that makes all the difference.

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Agriculture & Analytics: How would Google farm?

    Agriculture & Analytics: How would Google farm?

A solution to world hunger might be found on the streets of Mountain View, Calif., and Austin, Texas. We’re talking about Google’s self-driving cars, now being test driven, and the technology behind them.

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Oil & AG Analytics: Mother Nature meets the Internet of Things

    Oil & AG Analytics: Mother Nature meets the Internet of Things

November/December 2015 By Atanu Basu (pictured) and Gabe Santos What does the oil and gas industry have in common with

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Electoral College put to the math test


With the campaign two months behind us and the inauguration of Donald Trump two days away, isn’t it time to put the 2016 U.S. presidential election to bed and focus on issues that have yet to be decided? Of course not.


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Gartner: AI technologies to be pervasive in new software products

Market hype and growing interest in artificial intelligence (AI) are pushing established software vendors to introduce AI into their product strategy, creating considerable confusion in the process, according to Gartner, Inc. Analysts predict that by 2020, AI technologies will be virtually pervasive in almost every new software product and service. Read more →

Drone delivery: Professor develops solution to minimize delays in operations

When delivery companies like FedEx, Amazon and UPS launch drones to deliver packages in the near future, one Kennesaw State University computer science professor may be at the crux of solving one of its most complicated problems. Donghyun (David) Kim, assistant professor of computer science and an expert in computer algorithm optimization, is designing a fast-running algorithm to tackle simultaneous coordination problems among multiple delivery trucks and the drones launched from them. Read more →

Tech spending growth limited to about 5 percent through 2018

Forrester predicts U.S. business and government tech spending will continue to grow by 4.8 percent through 2017 and increase to 5.2 percent in 2018. While these forecasts are higher than Forrester’s projections following the 2016 presidential election, they are lower than the expected numbers from a year ago. Read more →

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