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The adoption of the Internet Of Things (IoT) is growing and its growth is synonymous with the growth of cloud. As per predictions from IDC: IoT and the Cloud: Within the next five years, more than 90% of all IoT data will be hosted on service provider platforms as cloud computing redu...
Today we speak of digital transformation, representing customer-driven technology choices upending traditional business models and associated processes. But perhaps this period is better thought of as the big data revolution, or the age of cloud computing, or maybe the rise of the Inte...
Over the past few years, enterprises have been moving to the cloud to streamline processes and operations. A study last year by TheInfoPro indicated that there is no sign of cloud investment slowing down – predicting an average growth rate of cloud spending of 36 percent from this year...
Earlier, I wrote a bit about traffic and the IoT. It's a big topic. The traffic problems of the developed and developing worlds seem so large, complex, and intractable to significant change in any reasonable timeframe. Consider Mexico City. There are more than 20 million people in ...
In order to foster high levels of innovation that lead to adaptation to both internal and external disruption, you must foster an organization with low connectivity and furthermore, give them flexible, loosely coupled technology tools. In such environments, teams have the leeway to sel...
A couple of days ago, I noted the fundamental enterprise IT change driven over the past generation by user impatience – nobody likes waiting in line. We can point to Moore's Law, Metcalf's Law, and a general business trend toward disintermediation and decentralization as well, taking n...
As we become more connected online, the old system of site-specific passwords and user identity are no longer equal to the task. We need to find new ways of providing identities and authorization.
A brief item here. I'm curious as to how much competition – as well as “coopetition” and collaboration – the biggest players will be doing as the IoT unfolds. I've reached out to all the key IoT people at Cisco, Intel, IBM, HP, SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, and EMC – the biggest of the b...
Facebook invested more cash this week when they acquired one of my favourite Kickstarter projects Oculus VR for a seemingly ridiculous $2b. The VR (virtual reality) headset was the best in class technology (in its price range) and had just added a head-tracking software solution to red...
“What era do we live in?” A good friend of mine asked me this simple question many years ago. “Post-modern” was not an acceptable answer. She deemed the “Nouveaux Fin de Siecle” too clever by half. “The Information Age” was hackneyed, and had already been in use for a couple of decades...
In recent years, we have seen a reduction in marketing hype and a transition to more tangible requirements for cloud adoption. We are still very early in the adoption lifecycle, but the barriers to main stream enterprise are slowly coming down. A contributors to crashing through the wa...
I've been reading more amazing projections of where the Internet of Things (IoT) is headed. Projections of billions of devices and trillions of dollars in value are being thrown around. The IoT has the potential to increase the size of the Worldwide Web's infrastructure by a magnitude ...
“Cloud computing” is more than just a buzzword – it has transformed the tech industry. Having been in the business of building enterprise infrastructure for over 15 years, I’ve had the opportunity to witness how cloud has altered the landscape, including most recently at my company, Ne...
How many net-connected doodads are secure? The answer: none of them. Every device is woefully unprotected from various attacks, and to make matters worse, many of them might contain confidential information ripe for the picking. And if all that weren’t sufficiently disconcerting, the v...


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