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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/28/2017
Soft opened a year ago and officially launched last month, IBM's worldwide Watson IoT Headquarters in Munich is an area of keen interest for companies with vested interests in connected technologies.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/28/2017
As the popularity of the internet of things (IoT) grows exponentially, there's one question on the lips of every cyber enthusiast, expert and security expert out there: how will organisations, individuals and industries keep their networks secure?
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Nader Najiani, Marketing Director, HARMAN, , 2/21/2017
Rapid commercial adoption of the internet of things (IoT) reflects on the value the technology promises to generate for both users and providers.
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Lee Bell, Contributor, IoT World News, , 2/16/2017
In recent years we've seen some of the globe's biggest and most reputable companies thrust into the spotlight as victims of large-scale security breaches.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 2/15/2017
Two years ago Gartner claimed there will be over 25 billion smart devices in use by the year 2020; 2013 saw Cisco says the global internet of things market will be worth approximately GB pound 14.4 trillion by 2022.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 2/14/2017
"The industrial internet of things is the IoT to watch" is a claim that's been made ever since the internet of things first became a coherent concept. It's a stance commonly adopted by the IoT's more serious participants - the ones who are less likely to be swayed by flashy devices and click-bait headlines.
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Eric Winsborrow, CEO, Distrix Networks, 2/7/2017
The ability to access a wide variety of industrial data anywhere, widely known as industrial IoT or IIoT, enables companies to improve processes with direct insights and data, decrease service costs through remote access, and increase efficiency and uptime with rule based machine-to-machine communication.
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Arup Barat, Chief Commercial Officer, infiswift, , 2/3/2017
The internet of things has grown to a point where the entire world has become familiar with both its good and bad elements.
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Charlie Osborne, Contributor, IoT World News, , 2/1/2017
The emergence of the internet of things and "smart" embedded devices has prompted the need for a completely new approach to security to keep our core services running and protected from cyberattacks.
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Posted by Jeremy |  In reply to: Inside IBM Watson's Munich HQ: The World's Foremost Industrial IoT Playground
Same here (unsurprisingly, I suppose)! I was extra excited when IBM Watson decided to embrace blockchain. 

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