Following major viruses such as WannaCry and Petya striking across the world, fraud, cyber, and security risks continue to be causes for concern, according to a new global survey.
Siemens and eight partners are to sign a joint charter to improve cybersecurity, identifying 10 action areas where governments and business could engage in the growth of security.
Analysts would have you believe that the mainstream adoption of the Industrial Internet will happen any day now; but the reality is, it’s still years away.
Businesses can already acquire software, platform and infrastructure-as-a-service. Could we see the arrival of the Industrial Internet of Things-as-a-Service this year?
A recent study conducted by The Manufacturer and Oracle | Netsuite explores how manufacturers have already implemented forms of factory connectivity.
We have all heard talk about the digitalisation of manufacturing and it should be clear to everyone by now that it is more than just a passing fad – it is undoubtedly the future of production in a significant and meaningful way.
Industrial sectors are embracing the Industrial Internet at different speeds, with a handful expected to pull away from the pack over the next 12 months.
A lack of real-world case studies is one of the major barriers behind manufacturers not investing in Industrial Internet pilot projects, according to one industry leader.
Software and solutions provider to the IoT market, Internet of Things Inc., has announced the formation of a new subsidiary, Blockchain of Things Inc.
Deutsche Telekom and the Fraunhofer-Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML, based in Dortmund, Germany, are founding the Telekom Open IoT Labs.