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VExpress onboards vendor of BLE sensors and tracking
Leash It joins VExpress distribution to give its reseller partners access to both a consumer and business product for Bluetooth low energy tracking.
Digital spending to hit US$1.2 trillion by 2022
A recent study by Zinnov shows that IoT spend reached US$201 billion in 2018 while outsourcing service providers generated $40 billion in revenue.
Aussie company set to democratise direct-to-orbit IoT access
Adelaide-based Myriota has released a developer toolkit that has been trialled and tested by a smart waste management platform.
IDC: Innovative wearable use cases drive double-digit growth
Wristbands are set to lose their dominance as hearables and industrial applications keep the wearables market moving forward.
IoT and DDoS attacks: A match made in heaven
A10 Network’s Adrian Taylor uses findings from a number of reports to illustrate his point that advances in technology are facilitating cybercrime.
Emerging tech helps savvy SMB’s succeed
A CompTIA report shows SMBs are taking on the challenge of emerging technologies to reach their business goals.
Haier unveils smart laundry room - ‘Internet of Clothing’
The world’s largest home appliances manufacturer has lifted the covers on something truly interesting to help you with your dirty washing.
Your neighbours are watching: Smart cameras out of control
People are installing motion-sensor cameras connected to their smartphones without realising they could be filming their neighbours illegally.
ADLINK and Google Cloud partner at the edge
Offerings enable intelligent decision-making with edge computing and real-time connectivity to Google Cloud.
Hire company deepens equipment visibility with IoT
Kennards Hire has worked with Microsoft to develop an intelligent edge IoT system that will allow detailed monitoring and reporting across their assets.
By 2023 50% of government IT staff will have roles that don’t exist today
Gartner has released results from its latest survey related to government IT, revealing the meteoric changes that are underway.
Logitech Harmony Hub vulnerabilities leave devs fuming
Logitech has bowed to public pressure and reinstated a developer firmware version of its popular Harmony Hub, after it was revealed that the Hub had critical security flaws.
Capgemini and IDEMIA launch IoT device management platform
“Capgemini’s agreement with IDEMIA will provide a fully agnostic, configurable and secure platform from an endpoint device to the cloud.”
SOTI grows A/NZ partner network by 50%
The company has also doubled its team in the region as part of a stated plan to grow its presence in Australia and New Zealand.
Why APAC IoT deployments lack maturity
“IoT is central to business success in an increasingly digitised world, with 72% of adopters saying digital transformation is impossible without it.”
Graphene and stick-on patches: An alternative take on wearables
A stick-on patch is all you need to monitor your fitness levels, hydration, heart rate, and even your sun exposure.
Kennards Hire connect to Fleet’s IoT satellite network
“At Fleet, our mission is to unleash the endless possibilities of industrial IoT for businesses across the world."
Ingram Micro adds to IoT portfolio with Roambee
Roambee specialises in supply chain, logistics and asset management solutions, adding another layer for the distie’s IoT solutions.
Phone ringing? This biohack wants you to bite down and ChewIt
So your phone’s ringing, but instead of swiping right or pushing a Bluetooth button you bite down on a tiny piece of tech that sits in your mouth.
Spark’s new IoT network reaches 98% of New Zealand
Spark is the first company to confirm the nationwide completion of a Cat-M1 network in New Zealand.
IDC: A/NZ second highest APAC IoT spenders per capita
New IDC forecast expects the Internet of Things spending in Asia/Pacific excluding Japan to reach US$381.8 Billion by 2022.
How organisations can navigate the IoT era
“It’s clear that a successful IoT strategy requires new technology along with new business processes and collaboration.”
Microsoft, DigiCert, Utimaco tackle quantum computing threats
The algorithm could bring the world one step closer to a secure internet of things.
Four ways the technology landscape will change in 2019
Until now, organisations have only spoken about innovative technologies somewhat theoretically. This has left people without a solid understanding of how they will ultimately manifest in our work and personal lives.