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?
This spring (which officially starts on March 19) has bloomed into a new world, one that’s much more productive. Those March Madness pools? Gone. Major League Baseball opening day? Gone. Toilet paper? Gone. At least we still have Netflix and chill.
WELCOME TO A NEW YEAR and a new decade! Both are sure to be filled with unexpected opportunities, unavoidable missteps, unanticipated success stories, and a host of surprises. 2019 certainly was, as we know now thanks to (forgive us) 20/20 hindsight.
Since Daylight Savings Time sprang forward and ruined our Sunday, we know spring is close (10 days). And spring break, or “SPRING BREAK WOOO!” if you’re young, happens this month as well. Try to relax and enjoy the anticipation of spring, warmer weather, and mosquitos.
Smarter Internet of Things (IoT) systems have exposed fault lines in cloud-based computing. The inevitable rise of intelligence and automation has led to unpredicted latency in applications where performance and safety issues hold prominence.