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The cloud has become an integral part of IT systems worldwide, allowing the on-demand access of computer system resources, data storage and additional computing power. What opportunities and challenges can migration to the cloud present? This is the final part of the series.
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Industry invests in connected systems but their integrity can be compromised
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Real-time monitoring is transforming our ability to nip disease outbreaks in the bud
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US home security group will exclusively market tech giant’s cameras, thermostats and speakers
Experts accelerate efforts to prevent criminals targeting electric vehicles in cyber attacks
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US start-up Helium to sell ‘hotspots’ to consumers in attempt to take on telecoms groups
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We have invited them into domestic spaces where our lives can be transformed into a resource
Wireless sensors used to prevent life-saving medicines from spoiling in transit
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Early hype around adoption of IoT networks gives way to realities on the ground
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Growing connectivity widens scope for large-scale attacks while AI will exploit users