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Tag Archives: March
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The SmartThings sensors on display at CEDIA 2017. Alex Hawkinson, the chairman and former CEO of SmartThings, left the company in March. I somehow missed this, but apparently so did a lot of other people....

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Common sense IoT security principles drafted in the UK: Most of these may sound familiar to you since we’ve suggested them time and again on the podcast, but it’s nice to see some formalization. The...

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A lights-out construction site? One of the cited goals of better AI and connectivity is factories that can operate without people inside. Such “lights out” operations won’t need heating,...

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This is what we all fear when talking about security and IoT: A few weeks back I wrote about a vulnerability in Schneider Electric’s controllers that was exploited and the company’s reaction....

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Haier’s business transformation takes Six Sigma to the new era:  For anyone trying to figure out what digital transformation will actually mean for their business, bookmark this article by Zhang...

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Sunday marks the beginning of the DNSSEC activities at the ICANN 61 meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico. As per usual there will be a range of activities related to DNSSEC or DANE. Two of the sessions will...

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CyberX raises $ 18M for industrial IoT security:  CyberX, an IIoT and industrial control system security company, has closed $ 18 million in Series B funding. So far it has raised $ 30 million from...

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As announced last July, Electric Imp’s development environment is transitioning from its legacy IDE to the newly-released impCentral. As the successor to the Electric Imp IDE, impCentral combines the...

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Eight out of ten US corporates have begun investing time and money into robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) – and the same proportion plan to use third-party consultants...