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Asia Pacific dominating global IoT spend
Asia Pacific accounts for more than 40% of the global IoT spend of $698.6 billion in 2015, with insurance telematics leading the way according to IDC.
Uh oh: Wi-Fi Barbie ideal attack target
”Ultimately, this research demonstrates the security of the mobile apps associated with IoT devices must be a higher priority."
Smart commercial buildings offer early reseller IoT potential
Smart commercial buildings will be a driving force in the uptake of internet of things, Gartner says, opening the doors for resellers to capitalise.
Cyber security evasion techniques will escalate in 2016
"We can see that the security landscape is changing to accommodate for more sophisticated threats and that a ‘tighter’ integration is required."
Understanding the IoT opportunity: An industry perspective
The IoT is one of the hottest technology topics in 2015 and will continue to be the subject of hype and conjecture for the next five years.
Key trends for Internet of Things for 2016
While the IoT has reached an all-time high of hype and hyperbole, more and more organisations plan to deploy IoT technologies in the coming year.
Making a clear distinction between M2M and IoT
When it comes to a subject as rich in promise as the Internet of Things, debates can get pretty heated.
Security, big data, smart machines to shape tech sector in 2016
It’s a given that technology will be ubiquitous in every aspect of business, but how it will be used and the impact it will have is up for discussion.
The Internet of Things will fail if security has no context
It’s not just about protecting IoT devices but the entire ecosystem, from the customer to the partner, the cloud and everything else in between.
'Major' service opportunities to come with IoT
Major Internet of Things opportunities are expected as the trend continues to transform industries, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Alcatel-Lucent researchers complete optical network breakthrough
Breakthrough prototype technology from Bell Labs will increase optical network capacities by more than tenfold, according to a recent report.
Sierra Wireless launches new, rugged, LTE gateway
he RV50 provides mission-critical LTE communication and remote monitoring for industrial IoT application, including utilities and infrastructure.
IoT predictions are 'pie in the sky' and 'unrealistic'
An analyst firm has hit back at 'unrealistic predictions' about IoT uptake, saying it could be detrimental to businesses to believe 'false promises'.
Australian IoT in the home to hit $200m by 2020
The IoT in the home market in Australia is forecast to tip $200 million by 2020 with security and energy management solutions leading the way.
Enterprise driving IoT hardware and services spend
Enterprises will lead the way with IoT spend next year, with Gartner predicting 5.5m new 'things' will connect to the internet of things every day.
Wellington gains wireless IoT network
Wellington’s goal of becoming a smart city is being bolstered by a new wireless network for the IoT - with plans for the network to go national.
SnapperNet gears up for M2M and IoT expansion with new hire
SnapperNet has appointed a dedicated Cradlepoint BDM as the distie gears up to take advantage of of the 'massive' potential in the M2M and IoT space.
Kiwi startup Jucebox takes to world stage at Web Summit
Kiwi tech start-up Jucebox has scored a major coup, being selected for the Alpha Program at influential tech event, Web Summit, in Dublin this week.
Here's why you need to be aware of the internet of things
The rise of the internet of things is bringing an exponential increase in security threats for business and consumers, making IoT awareness crucial.
Fujitsu launches ANZ IoT assault with Edgeware
Fujitsu is introducing its ‘game-changing’ internet of things Edgeware management platform in ANZ after recently completing its support capability.
Managing the Internet of Things: The network operator’s challenge
The Internet of Things (IoT) is exploding - and its traffic is totally unlike anything that network operators have encountered.
New WiFi standard faces growing challenges
A new WiFi standard is facing a difficult path to adoption in the already crowded Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity space.
How the Internet of Things primes a new smart product economy
A slew of newly connected gadgets controlled through mobile apps and feed personal data into the cloud are driving a wave of interest in the IoT.
Connectivity tech drives innovation in rural New Zealand
The fourth annual MobileTech conference will take place in March next year and focus on innovative productivity tools for the rural sector.