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Record number of enterprises integrating IoT devices - Zebra
Security remains a top priority as more enterprises start to scale IoT solutions company-wide.
New solution cuts down IoT development time by 75%
A new solution from Eseye aims to reduce Internet of Things development time by more than 75%.
Growing cities need smart tech investment to meet goals
The NZ IoT Alliance chair says that as cities grow up and out, it’s time to invest in smart city tech to keep them functioning.
Australian organisations dominate global Boomi awards
Anglicare Southern Queensland, University of Melbourne, ORIX Australia and Flinders University win top honours for initiatives based on Boomi.
This is what our kids will hate us for: IoT devices 'asbestos of the future'
"The proliferation of stupid internet-connected smart devices will be the IT asbestos of the future.
Connected medical devices to drive cybersecurity market
The market for cybersecurity solutions will experience a marked increase in value over the next two years, due in part to a need for connected medical devices to have better security.
The fourth Industrial Revolution is here and now
The fourth Industrial Revolution is underway, driven by the Softwarisation of Everything.
Massey Uni students win big at global IoT challenge
At the Keysight IoT Innovation challenge in New York City, the team was awarded US$25,000 in cash and US$25,000 worth of select Keysight test equipment for Massey University as the global winner of the Smart Land category.
BlackBerry adds greater flexibility to partner programme
A new Silver tier has been introduced to the programme to enable authorised partners to broaden their cloud offering.
Exclusive: Aruba on APAC growth, new SMB go-to-market strategy
Techday spoke to Aruba global SMEs VP and GM Amol Mitra about networking trends in Asia-Pacific and Aruba’s latest offering in the SMB market.
NetEvents announces Innovation Award finalists for 2019
Darktrace, Mellanox, and NetFoundry are amongst the finalists for this year’s NetEvents Innovation Awards 2019, in the fields of Cloud/Datacenter, internet of things (IoT), and cybersecurity.
Access Networks signs distie deal with IoT solutions provider TEKTELIC
“The partnership has been established in response to the rising demand for IoT solutions utilising LoRaWAN in the region.”
Ingram Micro boosts IoT offerings with Netvox deal
“Ingram Micro provides Netvox with a major business growth opportunity in New Zealand. We are looking forward to working with the team to enable the local channel to realise the full potential of IoT solutions."
Committee for Sydney announces Smart City Awards winners
The awards provide an opportunity for organisations to profile how they have been contributing to a more data-driven and responsive Greater Sydney.
IoT devices lacking basic security assessments
Research firm Independent Security Evaluators (ISE) found 125 vulnerabilities in 13 IoT devices, reaffirming an industry-wide problem of a lack of basic security diligence.
Gartner: Blockchain to be “transformational” within a decade
Gartner’s 2019 Hype Cycle for Blockchain Business shows that blockchain will have a transformational impact across industries in 5 to 10 years.
IoT a hot topic in cybercriminal underbelly
"We've lifted the lid on the IoT threat landscape to find that cybercriminals are well on their way to creating a thriving marketplace for certain IoT-based attacks."
IoT devices leaving businesses open to security risks – Zscaler
IDC has forecast that spending on IoT will reach US$745 billion in 2019 and surpass the US$1 trillion mark in 2022.
ON Semiconductor prepares for new era of IoT power over ethernet
ON Semiconductor is mobilising support for the new IEEE 802.3bt standard amongst its products and technologies, as it gets set for a new era of the internet of things (IoT).
New wireless canopy solution makes any building smart
Cognian’s Patented Syncromesh wireless canopy makes it cost-effective to retrofit existing buildings, reducing energy and emissions.
Gartner: IoT market growth shows no sign of slowing
Utilities will be the highest user of IoT endpoints, totalling 1.17 billion endpoints in 2019, and increasing 17% in 2020 to reach 1.37 billion.
AI, Blockchain and IoT big talking points for CEOs when it comes to disruption
Most CEOs concur that AI will have a fundamental impact on their organisations."
8Digital to distribute Quantify’s IoT solutions in Queensland
The addition of 8Digital to Quantify’s list of distributors means Quantify now cover New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland.
Five ways attackers can create havoc in smart homes
Attack motives include burglaries, cyber stalking, botnet creation, cryptocurrency mining hubs, theft of personal information or financial information.