Tag Archive: IoT

Big Data – Round 2

If you had told me a decade ago that big data was going to get bigger, I may not have believed you – given that most IT terms are often surrounded by so much hype, and given that growing data types and volumes is, in fact, nothing new. Many people thought this ‘fad’ would not …

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IoT and Analytics

It is widely accepted that the Internet of Things (IoT) relates to the concept of ‘widely connected hardware’. Its impact is vast, because any physical object, which has a sensor attached to it, can be turned into a digital data generating machine – rapidly producing more data than most organisations have the capability to report …

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IoT necessitates new Information Strategies

It’s been very interesting to watch how some organisations have managed to demonstrate the value of information – while others are still struggling to organise their strategies in order to try and reap the rewards that data can offer. In this post I explore why an information strategy is necessary, especially in an organisation that …

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IoT Analytics – the data is upon us

The Internet of Things (IoT) must be right up there on the hype-o-meter, together with big data. It refers to a growing network of everyday devices – beyond computers – any consumer or industrial device, which is connected and can share information and perform tasks, even when you are not around. And the IoT is …

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