28 juin 2017

Big data, big money: who benefits from the explosion of data?

We are sure: the data will revolutionize the world, but who will really benefit? In 2011, consulting firm Gartner said: "Information is the oil of the 21st century, and analytics is the engine of combustion". In spite of this metaphor, each one legitimately raises the question of who tomorrow will be the tycoons of the given ... More, what will be the methods of the giants of today and tomorrow: will they be, like the oil giants in their time , at the limit of legality? Will there be oil spills? Will there be collusion with our... [Lire la suite]
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08 mars 2017

Interconnectivity and the IoT revolution

A global network of interconnected devices linked to the internet is about to revolutionise the way we live and work today Interconnectivity changes things. You can control the temperature in your house while sitting in an airport. Your car can update the maps for its navigation system while sitting in your garage. You can monitor the water levels of rivers in Oxfordshire or reservoirs in California from your couch. You can see pollution levels in the biggest cities in China or Europe on your smartphone. This opens up the... [Lire la suite]
23 février 2017

The safety puzzle of connected objects

From surveillance cameras to refrigerators the number of objects connected to the Internet 24 hours a day multiplied. And the risk of diversion too. At the end of September 2016, a deluge of connections occurred on OVH, the European giant of Internet hosting. It comes from a network of at least 145,000 connected objects, all piloted without the knowledge of their owner, completely disrupting the operation of the servers of OVH, which are saturated. Barely a month later, part of the American Web is shaken by a similar attack. The... [Lire la suite]
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02 décembre 2016

The 5 Biggest Industries for the Internet of Things

Everything is connected. Even things you don’t usually think of as particularly high-tech are connected nowadays. And more importantly, everyone wants data on everything. The ever-growing need for high-speed, high-efficiency work has made the Internet of Things (IoT) into the absolute behemoth it is today. By far, the biggest market for connected devices is, without question, consumer electronics, which includes the connected device you probably have on you right now: a smartphone. But these are just the beginning, and... [Lire la suite]
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29 mars 2016

Secure the Internet of Things, it's now...or never?

90% of companies consider themselves vulnerable on the security of their connected objects According to AT & T report, "Cyber Security Insight Report," the risks regarding connected objects are rapidly increasing and the companies do not feel ready to face them. Overview in figures. The US giant AT & T telecom conducted a survey on cybersecurity of objects connected with 500 decision makers in global companies with over 1,000 employees. The findings of this study show that if many of them have taken the turn of the Internet... [Lire la suite]
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08 février 2016

Internet of Things- Threats and Thriving Analytics

Internet of things or internet of everything is a galaxy of digital devices forming a horizon by being connected to the internet. IoT ripples and driving forces are creating waves of opportunities and innovations along with risk and remedy challenges. IoT adopts an information ecosystem of electronic equipment, applications, systems and networks that are owned and operated by humans to enhance digital human life. Threats are undeniable facts that cause damage, destruction, disruption, danger and disaster in the field of information... [Lire la suite]
20 octobre 2015

The Internet of Things and the Enterprise

source Gartner By leveraging the Internet of Things, enterprises will be presented with a wide range of opportunities that will result in significant benefits; The Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly become one of the most familiar — and perhaps, most hyped — expressions across business and technology. That hype, however, is entirely justified and is backed up by the numbers. We expect to see 25 billion Internet-connected things by 2020, and close to $2 trillion of economic benefit globally. These things are not general purpose... [Lire la suite]
06 avril 2015

How to find value in IoT data

Accenture has reported increasing interest from its clients about deploying and harnessing Internet of Things (IoT) systems, but these companies still need to uncover specific value in the technology. James Bailey, managing director of Accenture's mobility department, said in an interview with V3 that, while Accenture's clients still look for mobility-related consultancy, they are also looking for help in understanding the IoT. Setting standards Bailey agrees that the diversity of devices makes it difficult to establish uniform... [Lire la suite]