Tag Archives: IOT

The IoT: Redefining industry, again.

Wednesday February 8th, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) is much more than fitness tracking, AI toothbrushes and targeted discounts when you walk by a coffee shop. Put simply: the opportunities arising from ubiquitous connectivity and access to data will bring about the end of many of today’s industries as we know them. For some, this new IoT-enabled world… Read More »

IoT will accelerate industry convergence and structural disruption

Tuesday October 25th, 2016

Convergence of T, IT, IT&T to IoT When I first started working in the Telecom industry over 30 years ago, the telecommunication (T) and information technologies (IT), functions, systems were completely distinct and different with their own individual disciplines. Over a period of time they changed progressively to become IT&T. Today, the telecom industry is… Read More »

Internet of Things – Lessons from an IoT prototype project

Monday August 22nd, 2016

The Internet of Things, commonly known as IoT, is spreading at a much faster rate than what I initially thought it would about a year ago. I have been curious to learn about what IoT is all about and encountered a large community of contributors and followers in the two dominant open source forums, Arduino and RaspberryPi. Both… Read More »

Can we defeat DDoS using analytics?

Monday August 15th, 2016

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have been in the news recently with one particular prominent incident garnering national attention in the past week. Whilst the jury is still out on the nature and cause of that alleged attack it should be remembered that DDoS attacks have been occurring for many years. In fact, you… Read More »