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Following the news that Vodafone is buying Liberty Global’s European assets for €19 billion, analysts are agreed that the Newbury, UK-headquartered network operator will emerge stronger. But that’s...

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Blockchain is increasingly being seen as an ideal solution to protect Internet of Things (IoT) traffic. Here, Antony Savvas outlines why. With cyber threats increasing and the threat landscape widening...

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You’re collecting data from all types of devices—data that will influence your goals. The latest version of Business Critical Services can help with analytics, automation, and expertise. IoT – Cisco...

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Analysys Mason’s research director Tom Rebbeck caught up with Arkessa chief executive, Andrew Orrock, to talk about how the barriers to IoT adoption are gradually falling, and how mobile virtual network...

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The G20 member states account for 85 percent of the global economy and are home to half of the world’s Internet users. From artificial intelligence to personal data protections, our physical world is...

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An increasing number of companies across many industries are adopting IoT, but their reasons for doing so are very different, writes Peter Dykes. One of the primary reasons, it seems, is making cost savings...

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After spending a few days at TRIMax immersing myself in all things around facilities management and buildings of the future, one thing was clear. I need to take my building out for a coffee and pick its...

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A new watch band from KardiaBand by AliveCor has received approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to carry out electrocardiography (EKG). When the first commercial electrocardiography...

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Amazon announced that it sold millions of Alexa devices last weekend, helping to bring digital assistants to more individuals and smart homes. And yet, how “smart” are our smart homes these days,...