Moving the control plane for wireless access points out of a central controller offers benefits that not everybody needs.
Stories by Jon Gold
IoT is coming to the vast majority of businesses within the next two years, but many aren’t ready to cope with the change.
Traditional IT heavyweights are in the unaccustomed position of playing catch-up in the enterprise IoT field.
The release of 802.11ax chipsets by Broadcom, Qualcomm and others doesn't mean that standardized gear will be ready for everyday use soon, experts say.
A bill submitted this week to the U.S. Senate could be the first step toward fixing IoT security, requiring that device makers who want to do business with the federal government meet basic security standards.
Medical devices lack many features and capabilities that help protect other network-attached devices from attack.
The mesh networking features introduced to Bluetooth this week are designed to make the technology more appealing for enterprise IoT use. A lot depends, however, on which enterprise use case you’re talking about.
Our overview of the patchwork of technologies that makes up the Internet of Things, and the major issues facing IoT.
Swedish pest control company Anticimex is using IoT to trap rats more efficiently.
Red Bull Racing CIO Matt Cadieux details the complex IoT implementation that the team uses to squeeze the maximum amount of performance out of its cars.
IoT, in all of its manifold forms, is increasingly a Linux game, and the Linux Foundation lists seven projects as the key players in the march of connected open-source systems. Here's a rundown.
The Internet of Things is going to be inescapable, pervasive, and riddled with more insecurity than a middle schooler’s birthday party, but it’s at least going to be interesting, according to a raft of prominent technologists surveyed by the Pew Research Center.
Enterprises aren’t yet managing the risks posed by the swelling wave of IoT technology very well, according to a study released today by the Ponemon Institute.
John Deere’s Intelligent Solutions Group is at the forefront of an IoT-based revolution in agriculture, and the cutting edge of the firm’s aggressive development of technology designed to turn farming from an art into a science.
Inside the rollback of online privacy protection rules.