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Intelligent Spaces: Using Smart Cities

Latest Feature: Intelligent Spaces: Using Smart Cities

The demands from everyone that lives in a city has radically changed over the last decade. Silicon UK considers how the near-future smart city will operate and how technology will deliver seamless connectivity in an environment that will see robotics, AI’s, IoT, and more autonomous transport, becoming the norm.

M2M: The Future of Cybersecurity

M2M: The Future of Cybersecurity

The focus across much of the cybersecurity landscape has been to mitigate human attacks on networks. However, what about machines attacking machines? As automation expands, many of the systems we take for granted will have an M2M component, how do we secure these channels?

Can More Data Save Our Climate?

As IoT and IIoT continue to rapidly develop, could this explosion in data collection result in vast improvements to how we manage climate change? When every aspect of our environment can be tracked and analyzed, does this allow more practical actions to be taken to curb the impact that climate is having across the planet?

Can Your WAN Cope?

As remote working becomes the norm for many businesses, what does this mean for network access and flexibility? Already video conferencing services are straining to deliver their services to a mass user base. Add in security issues, in this scenario, could your WAN cope?

IoT Data analytics

Inside Knowledge: IoT Data Collection and Analysis

IoT can enable businesses to collect vast quantities of data. Analysing that information is critical to deliver the actionable insight enterprises need to ensure their IoT deployments meet their defined strategic planning.

IT Life: Giorgio Regni, Scality

Scality chief technology officer Giorgio Regni talks about cloud apps, collaborative development and the surprising way he found to improve his smartphone’s battery life

IT Life: Labhesh Patel, Jumio

Labhesh Patel, chief technology officer and chief scientist at Jumio, talks about AI, the challenges of data protection and how he learned to go offline for 25 minutes at a stretch