Internet of Things: The 3 Whys of IoT

Businesses are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT), which enables them to get closer to their users by delivering services right to the edge—think sensors on a remote oil pipeline, or the smartwatch or fitness band on your wrist—for a better customer experience. The number of IoT-connected devices worldwide is expected to nearly triple in […]

Internet of Things: From Buzz to Billions

Initially introduced as a solution for enterprises looking to solve issues with industrial grade switches and gateways, the IoT is rapidly becoming a vast, global system of interrelated devices designed to address economic, environmental and societal challenges. From smart water solutions that leverage performance sensors to measure water use and quality, to devices that monitor […]

Top Takeaways from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon

The Emerald City played host to the North American edition of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018, bringing together technologists eager to share their knowledge of Kubernetes and Cloud Native topics. The event, hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), sold out over a month before it opened, a strong sign of growing interest in all […]

The Internet Of Things Will Generate Terabytes Of Data. What Will We Do With All Of It?

In less than 5 years, “the Internet of Things will transform the data center,” says Gartner. This transformation is predicted to trickle across industries and affect business models, how we market products and even inspire new technology developments. With a sensor on absolutely everything – from cars and houses to your family members – it […]

Internet of Things (IoT): Changing how we live and take care of business

Harvard Business Review published a blog about the Internet of Things (IoT) and markets where IoT has grown strong. Blog author, Simona Jankowski, wrote, “IoT is expected to connect 28 billion “things” to the internet by 2020, ranging from wearable devices such as smartwatches to automobiles, appliances, and industrial equipment.” That kind of development is […]