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IBM becoming Internet of Things powerhouse
“IBM is using its considerable resources to accelerate IoT deployments across a wide variety of verticals."
Retailers among those to benefit from booming IoT at home market
The Australian IoT home market will hit $3.2 billion by 2019, with retailers, software providers and security consultants among those set to gain.
Internet Service Providers early winners in IoT gateway
"The most successful home gateway provider will develop a system that seamlessly integrates with nearly any vendor's IoT application."
Cloud, mobile, IoT and microservices driving business success
While cloud and mobile remain top business priorities, microservices and the Internet of Things (IoT) are increasingly important to businesses.
IoT: Creating new software vendors and need for licensing solutions
The internet of things is creating new software vendors – and a need for licensing and entitlement management solutions, Gartner says.
Security concerns for IoT and changes ahead for wearables
Security and privacy concerns for IoT and changes on the wearables front as functionality, design and non-intrusiveness come to the fore.
Is Windows 10 Microsoft's big IoT play?
Windows 10 isn’t about Microsoft recapturing the important mobile operating systems market, instead it’s about gaining a strong foothold IoT.
IoT devices soaring but back-end analytics crucial
Juniper Research unveils its predictions for the IoT market - and warns of the importance of back-end analytics to make IoT a long-term success.
Ricoh: organisations must adapt to suit mobile workforce
"Organisations stand on the cusp of a new age in workplace mobility and connectivity."
The slow but steady uptake of enterprise IoT
"For enterprise IoT, changes aren’t as simple. The information lifecycle is more complex and IoT’s impact can be transformational," says Red Hat.
Wi-Fi networks more important now than ever before
Increased adoption of the Internet of Things and Bring Your Own Device is resulting in growing demands for Wi-Fi networks.
Retail IoT brings fresh revenue opportunities
Advanced analytic capabilities are crucial for retailers to compete in the digital world, providing opportunity for resellers and retailers alike.
Aussie IT departments unprepared for rise of IoT
"While there is widespread consensus about the transformative potential of the IoT, most organisations are not doing enough to prepare."
Cradlepoint takes on Aussie enterprise and IoT markets with distie deal
Wireless networking vendor Cradlepoint has signed its first Australian distributor with promises of big margins and opportunities for local resellers.
Toshiba develops new technologies, gears up for IoT products
Toshiba has developed two new process technologies for microcontrollers and wireless communication ICs.
Big name vendors back Wireless IoT Forum
The newly established Wireless IoT Forum has announced Accenture, Arkessa, BT, Cisco, Telensa and WSN are its founding members and board.
Cisco NZ boss to resellers: Embrace IoT and reap the rewards
As Cisco bulks up its IoT portfolio, New Zealand boss Geoff Lawrie spells out the importance of IoT for New Zealand resellers.
Cisco aims to dominate digitisation with new IoT System
Cisco has released a new Cisco IoT System and 15 new IoT products to capitalise on the opportunities presented by the current wave of digitisation.
Noel Leeming takes IoT mainstream with broadband bundles
Noel Leeming is retailing broadband bundles from My Republic and Spark - and has the internet of things phenomenon firmly in its targets.
SnapperNet ramps up IoT offerings in face of strong demand
SnapperNet is ramping up its vendor portfolio to help Kiwi resellers address the burgeoning internet of things/machine to machine market.
Cisco VNI highlights growing landscape for Kiwi reseller
Cisco's tenth annual Visual Networking Index highlights some key growth areas for resellers as internet usage booms and connected devices change.
Consumer adoption of Internet of Things inevitable, study shows
“Long-term potential adoption rates across categories of consumers underscore the significant opportunity for retailers and companies.”
Wearables in the enterprise driving huge market growth
“The release of Apple Watch has opened the flood gates governing wearables’ adoption. Now that the river is running, it's more about where to start."
'Power over Wi-Fi': Scientists revolutionise the recharging game
A team of researchers are developing a ‘power over Wi-Fi’ system that has the ability to recharge batteries from up to 28 feet (8.5 metres) away.