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IoT Playbook Insight: According to The Register, Microsoft dives into Internet of Things (IoT) hardware design, which they plan to license free to vendors. Nice. The chip has a dedicated security chip. Nice.
How to Know Whether IoT Devices Are Safe
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IoT security requires different strategies than conventional IT.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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Hope your hangover after IoT Day (April 9) wasn’t too severe. Cakes were eaten, beverages were consumed, tables were danced upon.
Review: Kwikset Obsidian Lock Delivers Style and Safety
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Combining contemporary style with smart home capabilities, the Kwikset Obsidian lock installs easily and looks great.
Free download! IT is part of that equation whether you’re in IT today yourself or not. To help you under­stand the lucrative relationship between IT and IoT, this Expert Guide includes details on how to turn IoT into a moneymaker and offers some tips on selling IoT as a service.
New RMR Opportunity: Smart Thermostat Service?
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Parks Associates data shows half of U.S. households would pay $5/month for subsidized smart thermostat installation with ongoing service program.
Leviton Wi-Fi Lighting Controls Now Integrate with Nest Devices, No Hub Required
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Via the My Leviton app, users can integrate Wi-Fi dimmers, switches, and plug-in adapters with Nest cameras, thermostats and smoke/CO detectors, without the need for a home-automation hub.
Overcoming IoT Adoption Barriers
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Consulting firm Capgemini outlines the challenges of unlocking the IoT’s value and opportunities.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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Welcome as we catch up with some of the news in the world of IoT just a day after IoT Day, 2018. Yes, April 9 was IoT Day. At least 61 events took place around the world. Sadly, Hallmark Cards is behind.
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Microsoft announced the $5 billion investment in the Internet of Things on its IoT blog. That's a really big number, and while the investment will be spread over four years, $1.25 billion is a nice budget per year to make it automatic for IoT projects to use Microsoft Azure as the back end. 

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