Tag Archives: internet of things

IoT Configuration Management

IoT Configuration Management – 3 Crucial Questions

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’. From weighing scales and robotics in manufacturing plants to smart security, smart buildings and smart transportation initiatives, IT leaders in nearly every industrial vertical market will soon be inundated with the […]

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Smart Cities and IoT

What You Need to Know About Smart Cities and IoT

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. Emerging technologies aimed at connecting citizens to each other, to government agencies and the infrastructure of the places they live and work are driving a move towards the […]

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Want to Benefit from the Internet of Things? Be Prepared…

In the fourth of a nine-part series drawing on the Logicalis Global CIO study, Lucas Pinz explains 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 […]

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2017 Tech Predictions

Making predictions in an unpredictable world

In the year of Brexit and Trump, Chris Gabriel, Chief Digital Officer for Logicalis Europe predicts 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. It’s the time of year to engage […]

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Internet of Things: The Revolution Has Begun

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. According to a common description, the IoT (Internet of Things) is the network of physical objects or “things” embedded with electronics, software, sensors […]

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Seven articles about the Internet of Things (IoT)

We first talked about the Internet of Things in 2012.  Back then we suggested CxOs start asking questions about how it might benefit their customers. Here we highlight seven articles we have published about the Internet of Things, or IOT. The Internet of things – can objects get social? Ian Cook looks at the Internet of things […]

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So what is this Internet of Things?

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. To truly grasp the scale of IoT, you need to take a step back […]

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Get Ready for the Internet of Things – Part 2

In the second of a two-part series, Lucas Pinz, senior technology manager, PromonLogicalis, 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. To date, the commercial internet has essentially […]

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Get Ready for the Internet of Things – Part 1

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. Imagine this… It’s morning. Your alarm […]

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The hot ICT trends for 2014? You tell us…

Joanne Nelson looks ahead to the hot ICT trends for 2014.  But this is no ordinary ‘new year predictions list.’  It is based on analysis of online conversations between IT leaders, professionals and influencers, so it’s completely free from sales bias. It’s that time of year again, the press is awash with predictions for the […]

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