IoT
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Connecting The Internet Of Overlooked Things
Network Computing, ContributorCommentary
Narrowband Internet of Things technology promises to unite the boring side of IoT, which may end up having the greatest effects on society.
By Andrew Morawski, Head of M2M for the Americas, Vodafone ,
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Smart Cities Need Reliable IoT Connections
Steve Woo, VP Products and Co-Founder, VeloCloudCommentary
Software-defined WAN can help smart cities of the future ensure IoT services function smoothly.
By Steve Woo VP Products and Co-Founder, VeloCloud,
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What Could LiFi Mean For Enterprise WiFi?
Lee Badman, Network Engineer & Wireless Technical LeadCommentary
There's a lot of hype these days about LiFi. While the light-based technology is promising, it won't replace WiFi in the enterprise anytime soon.
By Lee Badman Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead,
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Networking Challenges For 2016 And Beyond
Patrick Hubbard, Head Geek & Director of Technical Product Marketing, SolarWindsCommentary
Network administrators are bracing for the proliferation of IoT devices, escalating security threats, and tight budgets ahead.
By Patrick Hubbard Head Geek & Director of Technical Product Marketing, SolarWinds,
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7 Best Practices For IoT Security
Network Computing Editors,
Along with tremendous opportunity, the Internet of Things brings enormous exposure to security risks. IT organizations must invest in a variety of security practices and resources to strengthen their protection.
By Network Computing Editors ,
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Why We Need To Move Beyond Passwords
Isaac Potoczny-Jones, Research Lead of Computer Security at GaloisCommentary
Password security is inadequate as mobile devices proliferate and the Internet of Things ecosystem expands.
By Isaac Potoczny-Jones Research Lead of Computer Security at Galois,
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IoT Scares WLAN Admins
Lee Badman, Network Engineer & Wireless Technical LeadCommentary
As the Internet of Things looms, WLAN administrators are increasingly anxious about how all these connected devices will impact our WiFi networks.
By Lee Badman Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead,
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Internet of Things: 5 Real-World Reasons It's Not Going Away
Network Computing, Contributor
Don't dismiss IoT as a technology of the future. We look beyond the hype and examine some of the ways enterprises are putting the IoT to work today.
By Joyce Chutchian, Contributor ,
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IoT: The Enterprise Impact
Dan Conde, Analyst, Enterprise Strategy GroupCommentary
The Internet of Things will place new pressures on many fronts for enterprise networks, including DNS and management requirements.
By Dan Conde Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group,
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7 Building Blocks For Enterprise IoT
Network Computing, Contributor
Behind all those flashy applications enabled by the Internet of Things is a stark reality -- enterprises must create a highly reliable and secure infrastructure before they can capitalize on it.
By Alan Joch, Contributor ,
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IoT Security & Privacy: Reducing Vulnerabilities
Isaac Potoczny-Jones, Research Lead of Computer Security at GaloisCommentary
Ensuring data security and privacy in IoT networks means taking a different approach and building protection in from the start.
By Isaac Potoczny-Jones Research Lead of Computer Security at Galois,
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IoT & The Role Of SD-WAN
Steve Woo, VP Products and Co-Founder, VeloCloudCommentary
The Internet of Things will require a robust virtual network. Software-defined overlays will help ensure reliable connections.
By Steve Woo VP Products and Co-Founder, VeloCloud,
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10 Leaders In Internet Of Things Infrastructure
Network Computing and Interop, Author
The Internet of Things needs a strong backbone for the many billions of connected devices and apps most prognosticators expect. Find out which companies are building the IoT behind the scenes.
By Kevin Casey ,
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