Tag Archives : #IoT

CIO Dashboard: 12 Hurdles Hampering the Internet of Things

InsightaaS: CIO Dashboard is a blog run by PwC principal Chris Curran. This post, co-authored with Curran’s PwC colleague Daniel Eckert, provides a counterweight to the ‘helium’ around IoT: it lists 12 obstacles to the widespread adoption of IoT. The post is not intended to provide a detailed treatment of each of the 12 barriers. [...]

HBR: The Sectors Where the Internet of Things Really Matters

InsightaaS: Harvard Business Review (HBR) is recognized worldwide as a leading source of management insight and innovation. The company’s blogsite often carries commentary from other world-leading sources. In August, ATN highlighted a Gartner Group post on digital CMOs. Today;s feature spotlights a contribution from investment banker Goldman Sachs looking at IoT market development. In the article, senior equity [...]

Vinnie Mirchandani: GE – Give us your Dull, Dirty and Dangerous Data

InsightaaS: Over the past several months, we’ve notices some subtle but interesting shifts in IoT discussions. One has been the increasing use of the term “data lakes” to describe (according to WhatIs.com) are “any large data pool in which the schema  and data requirements are not defined until the data is queried. The other, and more important, [...]

Bosch SI: Big data – 5 key capabilities for data management in IoT 1

InsightaaS: In July, we featured a post by Bosch Software Innovations – a division of the German industrial giant that “designs, develops, and operates innovative software and system solutions that help our customers around the world both in the Internet of Things and in the traditional enterprise environment” – which asked the question “how much [...]

The Economist: The language of the internet of things

InsightaaS: The Economist is one of the world’s most respected sources of insight into business and social issues, and often achieves the rare feat of connecting both perspectives into a single analysis. It can be a tricky balance in IT coverage, though, since many IT subjects beg analysis that may be too technical for business-oriented [...]