The scariest threat to the quality of IoT data and analytics

 

 

The scariest threat to the quality of IoT data and analytics

http://www.techrepublic.com/article/the-scariest-threat-to-the-quality-of-iot-data-and-analytics/

 

 

New Trends in Hi Tech by Ahmed Banafa

Ahmed Banafa

IoT Expert | Faculty | Author | Keynote Speaker

New Trends in Hi Tech by Ahmed Banafa

A blog about Internet of Things, Big Data, Mobility and Cloud Computing technologies

 

http://ahmedbanafa.blogspot.com.br/

The Internet of Things and the evolving role of big data analytics in the insight economy




The Internet of Things and the evolving role of big data analytics in the insight economy
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50 Predictions for the Internet of Things in 2016

Earlier this year I wrote a piece asking “Do you believe the hype?” It called out an unlikely source of hype: the McKinsey Global Institute. The predictions for IoT in the years to come are massive. Gartner believes IoT is a central tenet of top strategic technology trends in 2016. Major technology players are also taking Big Swings. Louis Columbus, writing for Forbes, gathered all the 2015 market forecasts and estimates here.
So what better way to end the year and look into the future than by asking the industry for their predictions for the IoT in 2016. We asked for predictions aimed at the industrial side of the IoT. What new technologies will appear? Which companies will succeed or fail? What platforms will take off? What security challenges will the industry face? Will enterprises finally realize the benefits of IoT? We heard from dozens of startups, big players and industry soothsayers. In no particular order, here are the Internet of Things Predictions for 2016.

http://www.iotcentral.io/blog/50-predictions-for-the-internet-of-things-in-2016

Internet das Coisas: tudo o que pode ser conectado, será conectado

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Oito em cada dez executivos do setor de TI buscam entender as oportunidades de negócios com a IoT (Internet das Coisas), mostra pesquisa da CompTIA. “Tudo o que pode ser conectado, será conectado”, escreve Leonard Wadewitz, diretor da CompTIA, em artigo sobre o levantamento.

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Internet das Coisas: tudo o que pode ser conectado, será conectado

Pesquisa da CompTIA revela que oito em cada dez executivos do setor de TI buscam entender as oportunidades de negócios com a Internet das Coisas

http://www.administradores.com.br/artigos/tecnologia/internet-das-coisas-tudo-o-que-pode-ser-conectado-sera-conectado/92354/