Delivering a solution for global IoT connectivity Posted on 21 March 2019 by Neil Bosworth in IoT We explain how the PLS62-W can help businesses evolve and deliver the global connectivity they need How can we future-proof connectivity? Posted on 01 March 2019 by Manfred Kube in IoT As the IoT continues to grow, it is crucial we plan for the future and make sure our solutions endure and remain secure The IoT at MWC: what’s new? Posted on 25 February 2019 by Sophie Bessin-Py in IoT We highlight what the IoT will have on offer at MWC this year. Q&A with winner of the Trusted Connectivity Award Posted on 22 February 2019 by Manfred Kube in IoT We interviewed Julian Wulf and Felix Ueckermann, Co-Founders of Uniberry, the company behind the new building access management solution CIDO Four trends that stood above all others at CES 2019… Posted on 11 February 2019 by Manfred Kube in Mobile What key trends emerged at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, and are we likely to see them again at MWC Barcelona? Did we just witness the most high-tech Super Bowl ever? Posted on 04 February 2019 by Manfred Kube in IoT Super Bowl LIII was the most high-tech American Football game ever played. Posts navigation Older posts Newer posts From Twitter Loading... More from Twitter Subscribe to updates Select a category of interest: All Categories Enterprise SecurityFinancial ServicesGovernmentIoTMobileSoftware Monetization Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner. Submitting this form will open a popup window to the FeedBurner website. Latest comments 29/05/19 @ 06:05 Aljada Hey! it would take about two seconds to disable the connectivity, so make sure it’s protected!13/04/19 @ 13:04 Moe Chaudhry IoT is the future of the world as it is covering vehicles and home appliances like M2M applications is targeting environmental monitoring, medical, traffic control, agriculture, fleet management, public utilities, security, and oil industries. And new 5G technology is also resolving the issue of bandwidth efficiency.30/12/18 @ 20:12 Peter Nayland Kust There is an irony in your trust factors: Each of them is predicated by and consistent with a LACK of trust.