As retail technology continues to evolve, the networks that stack up during the holiday seasons of the future will be those with an Elastic Edge that moves, contracts, and expands to meet constantly evolving business needs.
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Cradlepoint's new report, State of IoT 2018, revealed several key trends taking shape, including these four things you should know about the future of IoT.
Last week’s IoT World 2017 conference, held in Santa Clara, Calif., was an exciting spot for vendors and attendees alike, given the role of IoT at the forefront of technological innovation and public imagination. Here are a few key takeaways from the team that attended on behalf of Cradlepoint.
Enabling a software-defined overlay network for secure, global M2M-IoT connectivity resolves the challenges of legacy architecture — the connection is persistent and failures are reconnected by the cloud automatically, no advanced configuration is necessary, and encryption and PKI are deployed as a service.
IoT has opened a world of new possibilities for both the public and private sector. A new level of efficiency is rapidly generating a smarter world, and the pace of development is only going to continue.
Cradlepoint Secure VPN gives you a way to isolate IoT devices on their own networks, easily and instantly deployable while being cost-effective.
Cradlepoint’s LTE routing and cloud management solutions enable cloud-based network security applications that fully meet HIPAA and PCI regulations to keep patients, hospital administrators and IT managers at ease.
There are several facets of a comprehensive network. Simply connecting data sources is not enough to make you successful. Not only do you have to concern yourself with connectivity, but also just as critical to your platform are maintainability, reliability, security, and how you utilize both cloud and Edge computing.
In late November, Cradlepoint product manager David Rush blogged (“Is LTE the Winner? Follow the Money” and “Whatever Happened to WiMax?”) about how LTE appears to have won the race for the “wireless technology of the future.” LTE and two other changes in technology have combined to make wireless connectivity the intelligent choice for secure, reliable network access at distributed enterprise locations. The two other factors are:
The movement to the cloud of business-critical applications and services. The rise of mobility as a key to gaining competitive advantage.