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Tag: Internet of Things


BI Users, Business Users

IoT Data Governance: Taming the Deluge in Connected Environments

January 8, 2024

Via: DATAVERSITY

The Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly redefined many aspects of our lives, permeating everywhere from our jobs to our homes and every space in between. However, the sheer volume and complexity of data generated by an ever-growing network of […]


Basic Querying, BI Categories

Cloud Computing vs. Edge Computing: What’s the Difference?

October 7, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

Much has been said about the mass migration towards cloud-based computing, known by most simply as “the cloud.” Organizations worldwide have shifted to the cloud for better security, scalability, and efficiency. However, much less is known about edge computing, another […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

A Guide to Time Series Databases

September 15, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

Time series databases (or TSDBs) are databases that have been optimized for processing time series data. Time series data is made up of data records that are indexed using timestamps. The timestamps provide a reference for each of the data […]


BI Security

How IoT Security Affects Data Monetization

July 15, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

Understanding how IoT security affects data monetization is crucial for businesses to effectively trade intel without the risk of online threats. Today, almost every business shares important data, but not all businesses attempt to generate revenue from the shared information. […]


BI Users, Business Users

Integrating Edge AI

June 23, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

Integrating edge artificial intelligence (AI) is not a simple process. Early forms of artificial intelligence relied on the computer power of data centers to perform their processor-demanding tasks. After some time, AI shifted into software, using predictive algorithms that changed […]


Software & Systems

Edge Computing: An Overview

March 10, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

Edge computing (EC) allows data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) to be processed near its source, rather than sending the data great distances, to data centers or a cloud. More specifically, edge computing uses a network of micro-data […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Data Fabric vs. Data Mesh

November 3, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

In the hyper-connected world of the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT), every computing network device is connected to another through a complex, interconnected network. This poses a serious challenge to future Data Management, as the ultimate goal is […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

7 Ways Big Data Is Changing E-Commerce

August 25, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

As the volume of data increases every second, so does the need to harness the true potential out of it. Brands, especially the e-commerce marketplaces, are putting their prime focus on utilizing it to achieve greater outcomes. Many e-commerce marketers […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Data Strategy and Machine Learning: How Do They Intersect?

July 6, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

With the tremendous growth of business data in terms of volume, size, and complexity, it is imperative that global enterprises develop a strong Data Strategy to address their core business needs. However, a realistic Data Strategy has to incorporate a […]


BI Categories, BI Users, Business Analysis, Data Analyst

How is Bad Data Crippling Your Data Analytics?

June 3, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

Some striking evidence of the impact of bad data can be found in fake email IDs, impersonations on social media, or misuse of stolen financial or personal information. The more widespread harm can be caused by bad data in Data […]


BI Users, Executive, IT Team

Technology Leaders Reflect on the Technological Impact of One Year of Remote Work

April 7, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

Throughout the past year, COVID-19 showcased IT’s ability to not only fight the virus but also drive innovation to keep businesses up and running while protecting them from cyber-adversaries. Innovations in communications technology has ensured that nearly 60% of people […]


BI Users, Business Users, IT Team

Designing an Architecture for Edge Success

December 15, 2020

Via: CIO

As the volumes of data from connected devices or the Internet of Things continue to grow, IT leaders are finding the need to rethink their strategies and architectures for data processing and analytics. In particular, they must consider the relative […]


Software & Systems

How the IoT Is Faring in a Remote Working World

October 28, 2020

Via: CMSWire

Recent research by Vodafone showed that 84 percent of businesses that had begun to adopt Internet of Things (IoT) technologies found they had a positive impact on their ability to function during the pandemic. The research, based on a survey […]


BI Users, IT Team

Enabling Convergence at The Edge

March 31, 2020

Via: CIO

An increasing number of applications are accelerating IoT adoption across multiple markets and verticals. These include intelligent buildings (lighting, HVAC, physical security, and asset tracking), healthcare (staff alerts and patient monitoring), smart cities (smart parking and waste monitoring) and schools […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Data and analytics in 2020: Industry predictions

December 26, 2019

Via: ZDnet

There’s no shortage of experts and opinions in the world of data and analytics. But the end of the year provides a nice forcing function to collect analyses and prognostications, then slice, dice and summarize them. This year, as you […]


BI Security

TP-Link Routers Give Cyberattackers an Open Door to Business Networks

December 18, 2019

Via: Threat Post

A firmware vulnerability in TP-Link Archer C5 v4 routers (used in enterprise and home environments) could allow unauthorized, remote access to the device with administrative privileges. The bug (CVE-2017-7405) affects models that run firmware version 3.16.0 0.9.1 v600c.0 Build 180124 […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Former BP Exec Drills into Oil-and-Gas Sector’s Digital Landscape

July 24, 2019

Via: CIO

From geopolitics to new technologies, the oil-and-gas (O+G) arena has always presented great challenges for those who work in it. Today is no different. Currently, Middle East tensions are on the rise, the U.S.-China trade dispute is dragging on the […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Here is why nobody has succeeded at running IoT on the blockchain

April 5, 2018

Via: The Next Web

From the permissioned blockchain networks of IBM to the newly introduced Hashgraph technology, some of the largest technology and financial conglomerates have been testing the applicability and potential of blockchain with the Internet of Things (IoT) market since the beginning […]


BI Security

4 information security threats that will dominate 2017

December 29, 2016

Via: CIO

As with previous years, 2016 saw no shortage of data breaches. Looking ahead to 2017, the Information Security Forum (ISF), a global, independent information security body that focuses on cyber security and information risk management, forecasts businesses will face four […]


BI Security

Report: Surveillance cameras most dangerous IoT devices in enterprise

November 17, 2016

Via: CIO

Networked security cameras are the most likely to have vulnerabilities when it comes to securing Internet of Things devices in the enterprise, according to a new report by Zscaler. “I would consider the entire video camera category as particularly dangerous,” […]