What is the Internet of Things? WIRED explains - Wired.co.uk

Smart toasters, connected rectal thermometers and fitness collars for dogs are just some of the everday "dumb items" being connected to the web as part of the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). ADVERTISEMENT. Connected machines and objects in ...

Government's Role in the Internet of Things - Cisco Blogs (blog)

Governments around the world are beginning to realize that IoT adoption will be one of the key factors defining the competitiveness of their cities, provinces, countries, or regions and that IoT can help solve many of the chronic problems plaguing ...

Solving the Internet of Things integration problem - SDTimes.com

The Internet of Things is starting to become more mainstream. Consumers around the world are buying smartwatches to count their steps, smart thermostats to control the temperature in their house based on whether or not they are home, and even ...

How IoT Is Transforming The Education Sector - Inc42 Magazine (press release) (blog)

We have known the Internet to connect people and enable them to share information, mainly in the form of text, photographs and videos. Now, it has evolved to connecting physical objects as well. Devices other than standard products, such as smartphones ...

IoT leading the way in 2017 - Digital News Asia

For many years, the Internet of Things (IoT) had been a mere buzzword. People aspired to it, but never achieved it. However, 2016 was the year this took a turn. Today, IoT is everywhere and heralded as a game-changer in many industries. Moving ahead ...

Video: Top 5 ways to secure your IoT - TechRepublic

Don't let your smart bulbs and thermostats fall prey to attack by bots. Use these five tactics to secure your IoT devices. By Tom Merritt | January 24, 2017, 8:03 AM PST. Email; Print; Reddit; Delicious; Digg; Pinterest; Stumbleupon; Google Plus ...

What is driving the Internet of Things? - SmartCitiesWorld (registration)

Underpinned by what is described as “lightning-fast demand” for ubiquitous connectivity, the number of connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices globally is expected to increase by 15 per cent year-over-year to 20 billion in 2017. In a free new report ...