Blockchain

Blockchain isn’t just revolutionizing currency, see how it’s impacting the Internet of Things and more.

Technological innovation has been both the driver and beneficiary of changes in the economy throughout most of human history. Technologies deeply influence how we interact with our world and with others. They change how we imagine our own possibilities...
Blockchain is no longer in its infancy, but it's still very new. Similar statements can be made about the Internet of Things (IoT). The buzz around blockchain applications in IoT, however, is far more recent. The union of the...
In our international economy, the supply chains that carry products and services from producers to consumers present an increasingly complex web of transactions. From vehicles and electronic devices to food and clothing, most of the goods we use have...
Today, innovative healthcare solutions are becoming widely introduced in medical organizations enabling healthcare providers to reduce costs, improve patient treatment, and optimize workflow. These solutions promise to significantly transform the industry. Mobile applications, smart devices, biosensors, wearables, home virtual...
Since the beginning of 2018, a few reports and articles predicting the next boom in the tech world mentioned that the Blockchain Internet of Things might be the next key development. Moreover, by 2019, 20% of all IoT deployments...
It’s no real surprise that blockchain is so often associated with cryptocurrency. After all, it was through Bitcoin that it first made its debut on the web - designed by an unknown individual or group to serve as a...
The Internet of Things is already altering the way we live in a multitude of ways, from the transformation of many business operations to the reshaping of how we drive and manage our homes. And considering predictions by IHS...
IoT security is often perceived as a hotbed of failures. However, extensive progress is being made in the field and a multitude of companies are working to solve the common problems that result in the security failures that are...
Everyday we unknowingly rely on open data. From checking the weather to finding direction via GPS, we make some of our most basic decisions using this freely available data. But what happens when they’re suddenly gone? If the government...
Listen to the audio version of this article! AT&T, IBM, Nokia, Palo Alto Networks, Symantec, and Trustonic formed an IoT Cybersecurity Alliance earlier this week, seeking to research security challenges and influence security standards and policies. Whenever a conversation about...

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