Kicking things off with the top-line impact…
IoT can connect businesses to customers, and more…
But more connections means more vulnerabilities…
Security standards are the key to protecting the networks of the future.
The likelihood is that security may well eat into a revenue stream in the short-term before becoming a profitable business model #STinsights— Theo (@tprstly) July 26, 2017
Billions of sensors means an exponential rise in data.
AI and machine learning may hold the key.
A3. Machine learning will be a large part of getting through the data deluge (and a lot of data scientists) #STinsights— Brian Katz (@bmkatz) July 26, 2017
But surely, enterprises can wait and see, right? Right?
Hesitation will leave the timid eating dust.
We are moving faster towards edge computing, or ambient computing; every— Theo (@tprstly) July 26, 2017
device can ‘think’ for itself with machine learning #STinsights
Yes demands the right perspective on optimising & managing infrastructure with #IoT in mind - not a bolt on, simple upgrade or silo thinking— Sally Eaves (@sallyeaves) July 26, 2017
Global tech needs global standards, so what’s the hold-up?
The road to standardization is longer than we think.
Smarthome devices are one of those examples, like the Philips Hue firmware debacle last year. Much to do here! #STinsights— Theo (@tprstly) July 26, 2017
The problem is larger than standards; devices makers are still creating proprietary solutions that aren’t easy to work with. #STinsights— Theo (@tprstly) July 26, 2017