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Bullets and Roses: Fog Computing

By : Pratima Harigunani

INDIA: Enough, in fact, more than enough has been said and heard about Cloud computing’s revolutionary touch

Mobile-first strategy enhances employee productivity

By : CIOL Writers

A new global study, “Mobility, Performance and Engagement” by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has established that mobile phones are tools of convenience and workplaces that embrace mobile and mobility give rise to a productive and an engaged workforce. The

HPS to help cos harness the Industrial IoT & data

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Honeywell Process Solutions(HPS) has established a new Digital Transformation business unit to help manufacturers harness the Industrial Internet of Things(IIoT) and more rapidly deploy technologies that will allow them to better manage and analyze data, making their

Tech This Week: Wheels, Seals and Deals

INDIA: When Elon Musk took the curtains off the much awaited Model 3 at Hawthorne, California, he may have expected fans to line up for bookings, but did he expect pre-orders around 325,000 in just about one week? Enthusiastic Tesla fans

How IoT is Improving Logistics and Transportation

Sanchit Jain INDIA: Whenever, we hear the word-‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), everybody relates it to smart watches, wearable and other consumer-oriented smart electronics. But there is more than what meets the eye. Every equipment, machine or device comes with embedded

Internet of things (IoT)- Caution Alert

By : CIOL Writers

Seeing the massive growth of Internet of things (IoT), and the predictions made for future- analyst firm Gartner says that by 2020 there will be over 26 billion connected devices- security aspect of this technology needs closer scrutiny. The Internet

Lightweights vs. Heavyweights: How do they stack up on IoT?

MUMBAI, INDIA: Although less than a third (29 per cent) of responding organizations are currently using IoT, an additional 14 per cent are planning to implement IoT in the coming 12 months, with an additional 21 per cent planning to

Smart Commercial lighting to shine at a 20 pc growth rate

BANGALORE, INDIA: Infoholic Research LLP tells in a study ‘Smart Commercial Lighting Market: Trends & Forecasts: 2016-2022’ that intelligent LED lighting lamps will dominate the smart commercial lighting market in coming years and it is estimated to reach $ 48.12

Hertz is trying harder, now with IoT

PUNE, INDIA: Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation (HERC) is planning to digitally transform its business by defining and executing a new Internet of Things (IoT) strategy. HERC, a unit of Hertz Global Holdings, which is an equipment rental company with approximately

4 security challenges smart cities set to face

Anshuman Singh Smart cities principally depend upon information and communication technologies (ICT) to provide public services. Wherever valid, Internet of Things (IoT) enabled sensors, cloud computing, virtualisation and machine to machine (M2M) integration keep the cities’ ‘smart’ applications running. The objective

Why is the smart-home customer not popping the cork?

LOS GATOS, CA: A new report from Argus Insights shows that consumers are overall more frustrated with the applications that dictate, schedule and manage each device than with the actual devices themselves. The Smart Home ecosystem comprises both hardware devices

Black Markets and Red Flags for IoT

MUMBAI, INDIA: Even as we are making projections and guesstimates on how soon and how big IoT will impact the world, there are security flags popping up. By 2020, a black market exceeding $five billion can exist to sell fake

IoT projects could face a slippery calendar

MUMBAI, INDIA: Through 2018, 75 per cent of IoT projects will take up to twice as long as planned. Yes, Gartner expects three out of four IoT projects to face schedule extensions of up to 100 per cent with the consequent

One in ten manufacturers consider IoT a business priority

BANGALORE, INDIA: IoT is the single biggest business priority for one in ten manufacturers across the world right now, reveals a new survey by Infor. The transition to IoT is well underway for global manufacturers. In fact, 10 percent of manufacturers

Kodak Alaris makes scanners accessible anywhere using the power of IoT

MUMBAI, INDIA: Kodak Alaris has partnered with Google to make it easier for users to connect to document scanning devices from any type of computing environment—mobile, desktop or cloud. Last year, Google launched new Internet of Things (IoT) platforms, Brillo and

CES 2016: Smart Homes had to be back!

By : Pratima Harigunani

Pratima H INDIA: Lots is on full heat, volume and skate at CES this year. If Walking Refrigerators could not be enough as head-turners on the move, US Marshals have raided a booth of alleged knock-downs of one-wheeled electric scooters

Ericsson brings IoT solutions for operators and utility cos.

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Ericsson has launched three new solutions for the communication service providers and utility companies to address requirements in the fast-growing Internet of Things (IoT) market. Smart Metering as a Service- Smart metering and a smarter, connected grid

Bye Bye 2015: IT Street with Digital Disruptions

By Rajeev Sawhney INDIA: The IT industry has been tremendously successful in the last twenty years, but what is ahead of us is even more exciting. Digital is going to suddenly expand the market. At the same time, there is going

Two startups recognized for their IoT enabled healthcare products at IoTNext 2015

BANGALORE, INDIA: India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) alongwith The Indus Entreprenuer (TiE), Bangalore and General Electric (GE) has announced the winners for of Innovation Award and Impact Award. IESA, TiE and GE have shortlisted 8 innovative healthcare companies, from

Bye Bye 2015: What lies ahead for BI?

By Deepak Ghodke  Some key trends that will dot 2016 for Business Intelligence space: 1. Governance and self-service analytics become best friends Many people have considered governance and self-service analytics to be natural enemies. Maybe that’s why those people were surprised