It’s easy to view the Internet of Things as a discreet entity that merely connects systems and devices. But the true power of the IoT lies in developing new ways to do things. And nowhere is this more apparent than within the augmented reality (AR) space.
Data can be daunting. It’s intangible, invisible and typically isolated in physical things like the trucks in your fleet, monitors in your hospitals, or machines in your factory. Once extracted, aggregated and analyzed, however, this data can prove enormously valuable.
VIRTUAL WORKFORCE: WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
How the virtual workforce is being shaped by the pandemic
How Luis is helping his clients make the transition to working from home without compromising his managed security service stack
One of the biggest opportunities created by the Internet of Things (IoT) is the ability to use data to generate surprising new insights that guide you to act. But what are insights? Where do they come from? And how do we create them?
The first installment in a four-part series examines a solution for internal vulnerability scanning, device alerting, and on-demand external vulnerability scanning—and how to sell it to your customers.
Welcome to Spring: The Sequel, with a winter storm blowing into the Northeast to help keep people at a social distance of at least one show shovel. Remember all those times you pleaded for a snow day so you could stay home from school?