Our world is becoming more interconnected by the day, but amid billions of connected devices—with millions more added every month—we can sometimes take for granted the convenience the Internet of Things (IoT) brings to our lives. Here’s a look at how IoT connectivity is reshaping our world.
Come celebrate IBM’s investment in the Internet of Things. From 1 December to 15 December, join us for daily Twitter polls on our channel, at https://twitter.com/ibmiot, culminating in a live CrowdChat on 16 December.
What wisdom lies in crowds, and how can we gain access to it? The Internet of Things may help us take advantage of emerging interactions between people, devices and data. To learn more, discover how the Internet of Things is connecting not only things, but also people—and ideas.
Is your organization stuck at the edge of Hadoop adoption, searching for a path to broad use that doesn’t hold back your most proficient users? Big data discovery technology aims to help you bridge the chasm between early adoption and majority use, bringing rank-and-file users into the fold without
The world’s a risky place. And yet the human race has become very adept at risk mitigation in the face of every nasty thing it might throw our way—or that we may hurl at each other. Discover how social sentiment, beliefs and practices that perpetuate environmental risk factors can play a
Intelligent wearables have been in the market for a while, primarily aimed at the health and fitness market. But what happens when regular, everyday textiles start entering the electronics and high-fashion realm?
Host Bob Stasio and guest Shahid Shah discuss cybersecurity with an eye to medical devices and their regulatory environment, pinpointing ways for medical software and device vendors to heighten security.
Designing for the Internet of Things means creating new ways of achieving business goals, offering customers a compelling value proposition with connectivity at its forefront. Find out what considerations can help you reshape your business model to scale with the Internet of Things.
What happens when you combine training, best practices, success sharing, mentoring, inspiration and a rock concert? You get an incredible immersive data science experience that benefits and thrills both new and experienced data scientists.
Established methods of product design and manufacturing are giving way to “strategic reuse”—a modern business strategy that gives organizations a more mature and controlled way to work with growing numbers of features and dozens, hundreds or even thousands of product variants.
More than 5,000 executives from 70 different countries and 21 industries shared their thoughts in the IBM Global C-suite Study for 2015. Their message was clear: The Internet of Things is among the three most important technology concerns, taking a back seat only to the cloud and mobile spaces.