2019 saw discussions about 5G, and now in 2020 those discussions won’t be stopping any time soon. With companies starting to roll out in test markets, hearing “Verizon Wireless 5G,” “AT&T 5G,” and “5G network” will no longer be jargon to the least tech savvy crowds.
Vincent Ricco of Dell shares his thoughts on four technologies that are disrupting the safety and security markets. A massive transformation is underway in the safety and security world. The days of DVR-like safety and security systems are long gone.
It isn’t hard to imagine the havoc a physical attack on an oil and gas operation can wreak. But few pause to consider the extent of damage that can be achieved with cyberattacks alone. Be it malware taking over control systems or ransomware shutting down data access, the consequences of cyberattacks are often on par […]
There are four fundamental factors that allowed IoT to change from very limited use-cases to the broader consumption that we have today: Low power and small-scale microcontrollers Electronically erasable programmable read-only memory Ease of development Low manufacturing cost.
Cities are growing at an unprecedented rate. In fact, according to data from the United Nations, 68% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050.1 While some people think that a more populous city means a more dangerous city, this does not have to be the case.
The Internet of Things (IoT) creates new business opportunities. For instance, companies can use smart sensors to track and monitor inventory. However, hackers can still get their hands on IoT devices given the chance to breach your network. Here are some precautions you should take to protect your IoT devices.
It is an exciting time in wireless networking. The two most-used wireless technologies in the world are getting an upgrade, and the changes could affect nearly every technology-using human on Earth. Wi-Fi, or local wireless, is undergoing a major advance, to Wi-Fi 6. Cellular, or mobile networking, is getting upgraded to 5G. These improvements will open new opportunities for businesses and new capabilities […]
“Dream big, start small.” This may sound like a clichéd phrase from a motivational poster, but it’s actually a very valuable piece of advice for enterprises to heed when deploying Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives. By now, we all know that IoT has the power to drive digital transformations across industries by creating new value […]
A few months back, my colleagues made several predictions for technologies in 2019—everything from artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to hybrid cloud, blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT). Through those discussions, as well as insight from our own internal experts, they compiled predictions for the new year across a range of topics.