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Sensors in refrigerators, clothes, bracelets, machines, cars, locks, electricity meters - or basically anything - make it far from just phones and computers that connect to the internet. This is called internet of things. Here we collect articles about IoT, which is considered to be one of the absolute biggest areas of the future for IT providers. No wonder, given that 5.5 million new gadgets are connected to the network every day. All connected gadgets also generate huge amounts of data, which requires storage solutions and analysis tools - so the internet of things development goes hand in hand with cloud and big data.

What is Internet of Things?

IoT is a collective term for the development of machinery, vehicles, goods, household appliances, clothes and other things as well as creatures (including people), with small built-in sensors and processors. This means that these devices can perceive their environment, communicate with it and thus create a situational behavior and help create smart, attractive and helpful environments, goods and services. IoT is an important part of digitizing our society and our economy where both things and people are connected and can communicate and report on their status and environment. The IoT can also benefit the World economy and play an important role in solving your major social challenges caused by the increased urbanization.

The IoT market for intelligent transport systems will grow 20% per year until 2025

According to a study, this sector will go from representing a turnover of about 41,570 million dollars in 2015 to 249,000 million dollars in 2025. Market research company Transparency Market Research has...

‘BlueBorne’ discovered, a vulnerability affecting 5.3 billion IoT devices

It is the most serious Bluetooth vulnerability identified to date, since the exploit can take place at the implementation level bypassing all authentication methods. A newly discovered vulnerability, called 'BlueBorne', leaves IoT devices...

What verticals bring more IoT devices? [Gallery]

By 2025 there will be about 1.8 billion smart things in the European Union. But how will the connected devices be distributed from sector to sector? Devices and more connected devices. This is the...

Consulting and systems integration, keys to success in IoT deployments

Revenues for consulting and systems integration in Internet projects of the Things will amount to 35.7 billion dollars, from the 17 million that now moves. These are the calculations of ABI Research,...

Data related to IoT start to overflow enterprise IT infrastructures

According to a study, the Internet of Things is driving the spending of companies in areas such as storage, network end, infrastructure and cloud to address the data management needs that...

The IT industry sees IBM as a leader in blockchain technology development

A survey of technology managers asks who leads the research and implementation career of blockchain technology. Leaders of the IT sector have positioned IBM as a leader in the development of 'blockchain'...

The new smart and autonomous sensors will revolutionize the IoT environment

Trends such as artificial intelligence and automatic learning are beginning to be integrated into the most advanced IoT platforms thanks to the incorporation of sensors capable of understanding, adapting and operating...

Industrial cybersecurity: the rebellion of machines

Borja Pérez, Country Manager of Stormshield Iberia, speaks to us in our opinion of the challenges that industrial companies face in terms of security in the face of the avalanche of...

Good times for VMware in Spain

With a "double digit high" growth - above the global average - the Spanish subsidiary of VMware advances the keys to continue in that line during 2018. In the traditional Christmas lunch...

Trend Micro bets on the safety of connected cars

The company has announced that its Trend Micro IoT Security solution offers support for Mentor Automotive ConnectedOS. At Trend Micro they are aware that connected cars are becoming smarter and they increase their security requirements , and they...