Distributed Analytics in IoT – Why Positioning is Key

The current global focus on the “Internet of Things (IoT)” have highlighted extreme importance of sensor-based intelligent and ubiquitous systems contributing to improving and introducing increased efficiency into our lives. There is a natural challenge in this, as the load on our networks and cloud infrastructures from a data perspective continues to increase. Velocity, variety and … Continue reading Distributed Analytics in IoT – Why Positioning is Key

Why IoT practitioners need to “Wide Lens” the concept of a Data Lake

As we transition towards the vast quantity of devices that will be internet enabled by 2020, (anything from 50-200 billion experts estimate), it seems that the current cloud architectures that are being proposed are somewhat short on the features required to enable the customers data requirements on 2020. I wont dive hugely into describing the … Continue reading Why IoT practitioners need to “Wide Lens” the concept of a Data Lake

IoT and Governance. Its a game of RISK

Due to the sheer volume of devices, data volume, security and networking topologies that result from IoT, it is natural for there to be a lot of questions and legal challenges around governance and privacy. How do I know my data is secure? Where is my data stored? If I lose a device, what happens … Continue reading IoT and Governance. Its a game of RISK