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Seizing the IoT Ecosystem Opportunity

The number of devices on the market with internet connectivity currently is staggering, and not set to slow down any time soon

In fact, industry experts predict that, by 2021, there will be between 27 and 40 billion interconnected devices making up the Internet of Things (IoT).

vía @TechNative

Predictions 2020: Potential energy becomes real change

As we look forward to 2020, we do so with a healthy dose of built-up potential energy -- consumer energy as consumers become more values-based, constructing personal ecosystems and forcing firms to take sides on social issues; security energy as industrial and nation-state cyber risks surge and, in some cases, merge; technology energy as automation, AI, and robotics move deeper into the organization, closer to the customer, and more profoundly into the very makeup and operations of the company. You get the point.

via https://zd.net/2BOZGNV 

How BlackBerry Used Improv Comedy To Make Cybersecurity A More ‘Human’ Topic

To illustrate how even the smartest and most capable employees can make accidental mistakes that put sensitive information at risk, the Canadian company is taking a more “human” approach to the serious subject of cybersecurity.

vía @Forbes

Artificial Intelligence devices in manufacturing to hit 15 million by 2024

The total installed base of AI-enabled devices in industrial manufacturing is forecast to reach 15.4 million within five years, with a CAGR of 64.8% from 2019 to 2024.

It’s claimed that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will revolutionise the industrial manufacturing space, and in many respects that transformation has already begun.

via TheManufacturer

 

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