As Logicalis heads to the Hannover Messe industrial technology show to demonstrate IoT infrastructure in actions, we look back at 13 articles about IoT. Back in 2012 we suggested CxOs start asking questions about how it might benefit their customers. Enjoy.
One of the hottest technology topics today is the Internet of Things (IoT). Mike Trojecki, Vice President of Internet of Things (IoT) and Analytics at Logicalis US, examines the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
Mike Alley, Service Management Principal, Logicalis US, looks at the burning need for a configuration management framework in the face of 21 billion IoT “things’.
Adam Petrovsky, GovEd Practice Leader Logicalis US, looks at three key planks that you need to know about in the emerging world of Smart Cities and IoT.
In the fourth of a nine-part series drawing on the Logicalis Global CIO study, we explain why preparation is key for businesses that want to benefit from the Internet of Things – a widening sea of networked devices that can deliver smarter services by sensing aspects of the real world, like temperature, lighting, the presence and absence of people and objects.
In the year of Brexit and Trump, we predict that electronic digital crime will explode, data privacy breaches will claim scalps, automation will be 2017’s buzzword and the open source movement will challenge profit-making business models in his 2017 tech predictions.
Richard Alexander explains why the Internet of Things is fuelling a revolution in business, and warns that specialist skills and a new approach will be critical to realising the opportunities it brings.
Ian Cook looks at the Internet of things and asks how this idea might manifest itself and, more importantly, what businesses should be doing to capitalise on the concept.
In the first of a two-part series, Lucas Pinz, senior technology manager, PromonLogicalis, looks at evolution of the Internet of Things – the technology ecosystem that will enable it and the tangible benefits it will deliver – and points out that this new, hyper-connected reality is almost upon us.
In the second of a two-part series, Lucas Pinz looks at how the Internet of Things will transform the ICT industry – and assesses the challenges that must still be overcome if the opportunities inherent in a new, hyper-connected world are to be realised.
Chris Gabriel looks at Logicalis UK’s seventh Realtime Generation survey of UK teens. With smart cities, the IoT and wearables already upon us, it’s the most revealing yet!
A free gift, a smart 11 year-old and a lightbulb moment have Chris Gabriel asking if the Generation of Things (GoT) is of greater value to the world’s economies than the Internet of Things (IoT).
Chris Gabriel looks at how a UK city is deploying SDN to create a technology-agnostic citywide network that will allow driverless car experiments, traffic and environmental sensor networks, and smart energy grid management.
Richard Alexander explains why the Internet of Things (IoT) is so much more than fridges that tell us the milk has gone bad, or that you’re running low on eggs – and what its sheer scale means for vendors and service providers.