- Why Your Servers May Be the Weakest Link in Your IoT Security
It's important to ensure both device- and application-level security—but don't stop there.
- A Digital Revolution: What the IoT Means for the Future of Health Care
Through a range of new devices and a security-minded approach, the Internet of Things can help launch a customer-centric health-care ecosystem.
- The Internet of Things Demands Trust
In the IoT, every connection is a threat vector. But by banding together and deploying sensible baseline security standards, the industry can turn the Internet of Things into the Internet of Trust.
- The Internet of Things Is a Secular Transformation
While the IoT is already in the "here and now," it has yet to deploy its wings.
- Why the IoT Has to Make Sharing Data Worthwhile
Insights gained from the Internet of Things can put an end to hit-and-miss direct marketing—but only if companies investing in the technology ensure that security is embedded in their content-management system.
- As the Internet of Things Grows, Is Privacy Possible?
The Internet of Things will instrument our world and, in doing so, simplify many aspects of our lives. Yet, the flip-side of gaining so much data about our physical world is the risk of being able to correlate events and data-points in a way that harms consumer privacy.
- An Interview With Geoffrey Moore
The expert on the technology adoption life cycle talks with Bob Morris about radio frequency identification and its struggles to achieve mass adoption.
- The Next Wave of the Internet of Things Starts With RFID
As we head into the third wave of the IoT, in which everything is connected in an open ecosystem, RFID is emerging as a handy tool for tying objects, systems and networks together in a cost-effective manner.
- Internet of Things: Promise and Peril for the RFID Industry
Interest in IoT technologies could bring radio frequency identification much-needed attention, but there are risks for the RFID industry.
- The Intranet of Things
The Internet of Things used by consumers and the ones used by companies will likely be very different.
- It's All Coming Together
Cloud computing, RFID, advances in processing power, nanotechnology and other trends will soon coalesce into a multifaceted platform that gives computers the ability to know what in happening in the world—and to respond.
- The Internet of Things on Wheels
RFID and sensor networks will enable the connected vehicle and passenger.