Real-time Enterprise Issue #14

ProcessOne curates two monthly newsletters – tech-focused Real-time Stack and business-focused Real-time Enterprise. Here are the articles concerning business aspects of real-time enterprise we found interesting in Issue #14. To receive this newsletter straight in your inbox on the day it’s published, subscribe here.

Companies are migrating to the cloud for the IoT

Developers’ evolving demands and needs will push IoT platform providers to reshape their products and services in the coming years. Developers’ needs, concerns, and demands will change as their companies build out their IoT projects.

The Internet of Things explained by a professor

The IoT becomes a subject of the degree course on Production and Process Management at Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Prof. Dr. Thomas Pospiech talks about the “IoT box”, an invention he has developed to better convey the concept.

IBM teams with Maersk on new blockchain shipping solution

IBM and shipping giant Maersk having been working together for the last year developing a blockchain-based shipping solution called TradeLens. Today they moved the project from Beta into limited availability.

Risky business? How to manage IoT security in the enterprise

Nearly every week, we hear about a new cyberattack or security breach. In fact, more than 1.7 billion identities have been exposed in data breaches in the past eight years. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, organizations become susceptible to more risk.

IoT boom will change how data is analysed

As more devices come online, each generating data, the way information is analysed and used to facilitate machine learning will have to change.

Five IoT predictions for 2019

The IoT is growing at an exponential rate. Vehicles, wearable gadgets, RFID sensors and software are advancing past basic function and the network is growing to include even more advancements each day. What will the future bring?

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