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A pair of cyber-security speakers at a webinar yesterday discussed the Covid-19 pandemic ‘isolation economy’.

There is little prospect of business gas suppliers and business energy suppliers cutting prices anytime soon.

Connectivity will be key to powering sustainable applications. Before tackling the problem of IoT connectivity, it’s important to understand the mass IoT market.

Although the global number of Internet of Things, or IoT, implementations is rocketing, there’s more to a flourishing network than merely hooking things up.

Businesses believe in the long-term value offered by integrating IoT into their business plan, however, they lack the knowledge of what is required to ensure the success of such a complex project.

Thales, Telstra, Microsoft, and Arduino have announced a partnership aimed at enabling the secure connection of IoT devices to the cloud.

Edge computing optimises internet devices and web applications by bringing computing closer to the source of the data, rather than being sent to a central cloud server.

The majority of IoT transactions use little or no basic security, and there is a great deal of unauthorised IoT taking place inside enterprise firewalls thanks to shadow IT, a recent study finds.

The use of Internet of Things platforms in business is increasing, in spite of the very real cybersecurity risks.

Sensors are the backbone of any IoT deployment. They gather information and provide software with sensory information it needs to achieve its full potential.

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