The Internet of Everything – the need to manage external things

Posted by Bob Tarzey on Dec 16, 2016 9:45:09 AM

Research commissioned by Quocirca in July 2016, as background to its Reference Architecture for the IoE (Internet of Everything), shows that most businesses in the UK and Germany believe the Internet of Things (IoT) is already having a major impact (43%) or expect that it will do so soon (44%). The remaining 13% are more sceptical, down from 18% in another survey, with a similar demographic, conducted by Quocirca in 2015 (The many guises of the IoT, sponsored by Neustar, a supplier of market intelligence,  web performance and internet security services).

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Topics: IoT, IoE, Aggregator

Integrating IoT into the business

Posted by Rob Bamforth on May 18, 2016 9:47:57 AM

The Internet of Things is the latest tech sector ‘must have’, with some even claiming organisations need to have a CIoTO (Chief IoT Officer). However, this is unnecessary and completely misses the point. The IoT is not separate or entirely new (being in essence an open and scaled up evolution of SCADA – supervisory control and data acquisition), but it is something that has to be integrated into the wider set of business needs.

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Topics: IoT, IoE

The Collision Of The IoT And The IoE

Posted by Clive Longbottom on Apr 13, 2016 9:32:09 AM

Clive Longbottom gave a presentation at SmartIoT London on the 12th April 2016 on how important it is to understand the difference between the IoT (those devices that you have total control over) and the IoE (those devices that you want data from, but have no direct control over).  The slide deck for that presentation is provided here.

 

 

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Topics: IoT, IoE

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