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Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications: better understand the technology, applications, business and regulatory issues.

With the new generation of microprocessors, microcontrollers and sensors, henceforth companies have an unmatched ability to improve efficiencies and effectiveness of business processes and operations.
For those who unfamiliar, the Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications represents the integration of microprocessors, microcontrollers and sensors with communications, monitoring and control systems. 
With the introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT), we can observe that, the M2M goes beyond traditional boundaries; provides new applications and increases involvement of consumers as a key element of the M2M value chain. 
Connectikpeople.co has captured for you a report from Research and Markets. This seventh edition of End-to-End M2M is susceptible to provide actionable information for anyone seeking to better understand the technology, applications, business and regulatory issues.
Within this report you can find, the technologies involved in M2M, reasons to use M2M, key M2M applications, …

Three ways susceptible to accelerate the broad adoption of Industrial Internet of Things.

As you can observe here, the stakes surrounding the Industrial Internet of Things are obvious and vital. Accenture has identified for you, three areas that companies ‘need’ to address, to scale the adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things: Re-imagine industry models. Companies will have to redesign their organizations, partnerships and operations. For example, agro-chemical companies collaborating with software vendors, climate data providers and satellite operators to improve crop yields in specific locations and conditions. Manufacturers may also need to decentralize operations as technologies such as 3D printing enable products to be made closer to customers. Capitalize on the value of data. This includes establishing interoperability and security standards to ensure data can be shared with confidence between companies. New financial models will also be needed to support pay-per-use and other services-based offerings. Prepare f…

Industrial Internet of Things in our data-driven world.

In their quest for the end-to-end competitiveness, industries need flexibility, security, new revenue streams, efficient gains, skills and productivity.
The advent of the Industrial Internet of Things could contribute to the appropriation of these values if, industries unlock the value of data to create new markets and revenue streams.
For those who unfamiliar, Connectikpeople.co recalls that, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) enables new digital services and business models based on intelligent connected devices and machines.
Beyond the lack of commitment to the Industrial Internet of Things, largely due to the difficulty of applying it to generate new revenue streams, with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) companies can improve employee productivity, reduce operational costs and unlock the value of data.
Industries and companies can significantly boost the productivity and competitiveness of industrial economies; make every worker a knowledge worker, enabling machine oper…

Oracle has released its critical Patch Update for January 2015 to address 169 vulnerabilities.

Connectikpeople.co recalls that, Oracle has released its critical Patch Update for January 2015 to address 169 vulnerabilities across multiple products. This update contains the following security fixes: 8 for Oracle Database Server36 for Oracle Fusion Middleware10 for Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control10 for Oracle E-Business Suite6 for Oracle Supply Chain Products Suite7 for Oracle PeopleSoft Products1 for Oracle JD Edwards Products17 for Oracle Siebel CRM2 for Oracle iLearning2 for Oracle Communications Applications1 for Oracle Retail Applications1 for Oracle Health Sciences Applications19 for Oracle Java SE29 for Oracle Sun Systems Products Suite11 for Oracle Linux and Virtualization9 for Oracle MySQLWe encourage users and administrators to review the Oracle January 2015 Critical Patch Update and apply the necessary updates.