The move towards truly smart cities—a trillion dollar market—is driven by ubiquitous connectivity, the maturity of supporting technologies, as well as user demand. The definition is nascent, but Juniper Research reveals global rankings.
M2M technologies are being trusted to transmit confidential and personal information, monitor valuable assets and control mission-critical devices, and with that comes questions.
Mobile apps are at the heart of business transformation and businesses will need to invest in new mobile application development and deployment infrastructure to support the change.
More users, connections and content will drive smart data traffic to near 100% of the global mobile data traffic by 2019.
Pioneering enterprises like Philips and Home Depot are combining industry expertise with the power of digital to reshape their markets.
Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
In largest showing ever, more than 900 CES Exhibitors will share products, services and technologies that connect everyday devices to networks.
The IoT can drive significant business improvement by delivering a level of knowledge about workflows that has never been available before; it also introduces significant challenges.
The new products are meant to be in the spotlight of the big event, but celebrities could steal the show.
In an effort to predict its own future, Samsung identifies "4 Big Trends that will Continue in 2015."