Tagged: IoT


IoT adoption not all its cracked up to be? 5 reasons why

Despite all the LinkedIn posts and IoT trade events there is still little sign of hitting the IoT adoption “tipping point”, we are still, at best, at the Early Adopters stage. There is increasing awareness and in some cases “proof of concept” level projects within larger organisations but when you come down to the mid and lower tier (which remember is the vast majority of companies) not much is being done. All in all, IoT is not (yet) delivering substantial value either for end customers or the multitude of companies selling their IoT wares.


IoT and VCR, now onto C

Visibility in IoT is a good start but much more value can be derived from understanding cause and effect on your business. This article dives into causation, with some real-world example.

Richard Braithwaite

IoT and VCR – starting with V

Apologies if I’ve piqued your interest in video tape recorders but I’m afraid you’ve been led astray.  This article is not about the Panasonic PV-V4520 or the Sony SLV-N700, although I’m...

Information Security

Securing Your Organisation Through Education

Education is the key to securing your organisation I have been planning on writing an article on security for some time, given the wide scope of the topic however I...


8 steps for implementing a successful print security plan

Printers and multifunction printers (MFPs) are not immune to growing security threat landscape. They are vulnerable to the same risks as any device on the network. As IoT devices they are susceptible to the growing threat of DDoS attacks – left unsecured they are an open door to the corporate network.

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Expense spared – the cost of replacing legacy things

A previous Quocirca blog post (The Internet of Everything – the need to manage external things) looked at how Internet of Things (IoT) deployments will mostly need to include access...

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