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IoT can get you back to work

The City of London usually welcomes around 550,000 workers daily. Today that number is closer to 15,000. Why? Because the majority of City workers have to commute by public transportation train, tube or bus to get to work. In the past, says Bart Schouw, chief evangelist at Software AG, this meant sitting or more likely standing in a crowded, hot space with no air conditioning (and not enough people wearing masks).

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Industries revolutionised by smart technologies

When we think about rapid developments in terms of wireless technology, we often automatically assume it’s in regard to telecommunications. However, with so many alternative industries taking advantage of the offerings that wireless technology and connectivity provides, this couldn’t be further from the truth, says Sam Taylor, marketing executive at Nomad Digital.

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Podcast 7: Tackling telecom pain points to aid new services

Telcos worldwide are facing competition over their new services from agriculture to telehealth logistics to manufacturing. It’s vital for them to roll-out new services quickly, reliably, scalably and interoperably with their partners. This kind of openness can only be built on common frameworks, micro services, APIs, and configurable multi-capabilities. Fortunately, Sunil Diaz, General Manager Enghouse Networks, can guide us through this, joined by IoT analyst Josh Taubenheim from US firm MachNation. Enjoy our podcast as it’s time to look again at the serious and the far-less-serious Tech News.

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MEC adoption parameters proposed for enterprise and CSP consideration

Multi-access edge computing (MEC), formerly called mobile edge computing, is an ETSI-defined network architecture concept that enables cloud computing at the edge of a network. In layman’s terms it brings cloud advantages at the edge of the network or closure to customer services outside regular cloud deployments hereby reducing latency and bringing in efficiency.

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Intelligent Industry offerings focus on 5G and edge for business transformation

Capgemini has unveiled its first set of Intelligent Industry offerings that utilise the group’s capabilities in data, digital and industrial technologies. Focused on 5G and Edge, the new services will enable Communications Service Providers (CSPs), Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) and enterprises across industries to implement 5G and Edge technologies at scale, so that companies’ products, assets and processes can unlock innovation and efficiencies within their business.

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Keeping pace with change: Open ecosystems vs acquisitions

Every business owner is on their own very individual journey towards a specific business goal. For some this may be building a global enterprise, one franchise at a time. For others, says Gregg Lalle, SVP, international sales and strategy at ConnectWise, it could be becoming the dominant player in a domestic market or outperforming larger sector competitors.

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Meeting the tests to get out of data lockdown: Part 1

Digital transformation of any business has always been hampered by making sense of underlying data. And that data has been growing in volume at an unprecedented rate driven by the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s the perfect storm the need for real-time information being increasingly distanced by the rate at which the data volume is growing.

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Can the prin­ciples of Zero Trust be applied to IoT?

The perception that security has never been a core component or key consideration for the Internet of Things (IoT) has even been highlighted in the familiar joke: ‘the ‘S’ in IoT stands for security. Yet with tens of billions of connected devices, the safety and financial implications of even small security breaches can be vast, as has already been demonstrated by the likes of the Mirai botnet which compromised over half a million IoT devices.

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IoT Security Foundation launches co-ordinated vulnerability disclosure platform for industry

An online platform designed to help Internet of Things (IoT) vendors receive, assess, manage and mitigate vulnerability reports has been launched by the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF). aims to simplify the reporting and management of vulnerabilities whilst helping IoT vendors comply with new consumer IoT security standards and regulations.

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