IoT & Automation

The Road to IoT Success Runs through DPA …

IoT/IIoT challenges include skills shortage, standards, security, uncertain ROI, etc.  Success can be achieved with top-down business solutions that involve People, IoT/IIoT connected devices, trading partners, and enterprise applications, all collaborating and orchestrating their activities The collaborations are in the context of end-to-end value streams, that are modeled, automated and monitored through Digital Process Automation (DPA) for continuous improvement. IoT/IIoT constitutes a powerful extension the business processes that are supported through DPA.

Internet of Things predictions for 2020

The adoption of IoT continues to grow globally. Eighty-five percent of IT decision makers say they have at least one IoT project in the proof of concept, learning or purchase phase in their organisation. We are already seeing more involvement from senior-level executives in using IoT to transform the business; clearer, business-oriented goals for projects; and a willingness to adapt organisational structures and procedures to better support IoT and other transformational technologies. Here are some of the IoT trends to look out for in the year ahead.

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Internet of Things – Security Concerns Rising

The Internet of Things (IoT) is getting on in the world. Home fridges have better communication skills than some people, and high-tech virtual home assistants can order your favorite sushi set for dinner, turn off the lights in the basement, start the car and purchase stacks of cookies. However, the Internet of Things technologies has

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  • How do you solve a problem like mass IoT connectivity?

    Marina Ruggieri, IEEE Fellow and professor of telecommunications engineering at the University of Roma, helps Information Age solve the problem of IoT connectivity  Before tackling the problem of IoT connectivity, it’s important to understand the mass IoT market: what does it compose of? Will the IoT market largely be made of industrial or consumer connections,

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    IoT Platform: Technical Perspective in Making the Right Choice

    Install, connect and rock. No need to take care of your connectivity speed and all that good stuff related to communication protocols, compatibility, and interoperability. From the very start, you chose the right IoT platform from the right vendor who took care of everything. But how did you do that?First, you read our previous article

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    IoT Platform: How to Make the Right Choice and Add Value

    The Internet is virtually everywhere. Smart devices, which come in all shapes and sizes, are everywhere as well. Why not make them work together? Yeah, that’s when we need the Internet of Things (IoT). Internet of Things devices became a reality long ago, and they are actively extending their grasp beyond our imagination. Industries are

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    The Internet of Everything

    Internet of Things is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, The Internet of Everything, however, also includes user-generated communications and interactions associated with the global entirety of networked devices. Basically, the IoE is the intelligent connection of people, process, data, and things. The IoE describes a world where billions of objects have sensors to detect, measure, and assess their status; all connected over public or private networks using standard and proprietary protocols.

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    Connected Finances. Part 2: When the Internet of Things Secures Your Finances

    The Internet of Things is still emerging which generate sufficient and attractive returns for investors. In the future, bank branches will become extinct and banking as a service (BaaS) will become the most important business model, while cloud-based services will become the main banking platform. Though an IoT project will certainly cost a lot to introduce, it will pay off in the long run. When you invest in the IoT, you invest in your future. The winners will be organizations which overcome today’s obstacles to embrace change and capitalize on initial uncertainty.

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    Connected Finances: When the Internet of Things Goes to the Bank

    Today, customers can be in touch with their bank using a laptop, a tablet, a smartphone or a smart watch. The advantages of such connections are pumped up by the development of the market of the innovative IoT in banking and finance, which allows banks to collect more data about their customers’ preferences, behavior, and needs. The use of IoT technologies ensures the collection and analysis of large amounts of banking information. Banks can use the obtained data to better understand and track the behavior of their customers.

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    Ten Trends of IoT in 2020

    The year 2020 will hit all 4 components of IoT Model: Sensors, Networks-Communications, Analytics-Cloud, and Applications, with different degrees of impact. By 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to generate substantial revenues, as well as to drive substantial cost reductions. IoT and smart devices are already increasing the performance metrics of major industries. The following 10 trends explore the impact of many technologies on IoT and predict what is next for IoT.

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    IoT a Danger of the Future

    Is IoT a danger of the future? There are IoT devices that we carry with us all the time and which can also be misused for various purposes. If we look at business users and some things are complicated because today in industry 4.0 we have a large number of IoT devices that can also be abused and make huge financial damage to the company.

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    Why Cyber-Risk Is a C-Suite Issue

    The poor coordination of security measures may be due to subpar or ill-informed senior leadership. Cybersecurity is a prime concern for business leaders. Rightly so, as the dependence on IT uptime and resilience has never been greater. However, corporate boards need to move beyond awareness and rhetoric into action in order to reduce the risk exposure of their organization and ensure long-term success. In the digital era, virtually every board decision will affect the organization’s cyber-risk posture. That’s why cybersecurity should be a recurring item on board agendas and continually reassessed in terms of the broader risk framework.

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