It’s pretty much impossible to visualize a world that doesn’t rely on electronic devices that are hooked up to the internet to help each of us communicate with one another. In the past 20 years, the concept of software development has changed significantly.
If you take any risk when it comes to data, you need the CIA. The CIA, in this instance, is the ‘confidentiality, integrity and availability’ of that data. As such, IoT data transmission needs to be assessed for these risks. Cellular networks have long been considered a walled garden – a safe way to gain remote connectivity for your IoT devices.
The volume and reach of connected things are rapidly expanding, with 2020 marking the first time that the number of IoT connections surpassed the number of non-IoT online connections. The availability and expansion of IoT protocols, including 5G and low-power WANs, drives and supports much of that growth.
Historically, inserting and retrieving data from a given database platform has been easier compared to a multi-platform architecture for the same operations. To simplify bringing data in from a multi-database platform, AWS Glue DataBrew supports bringing your data in from multiple data sources via the AWS Glue Data Catalog .
Not all data is created equally. Some data has more business value. Qlik’s CTO explains why the data you have may not be the data you need. After a year of disruption, a lot has changed across enterprises.
This is a blog post co-written by Karl Platz at Isentia. In their own words, “Isentia is the leading media monitoring, intelligence and insights solution provider in Asia Pacific, helping top-performing communication teams make sense of the world’s conversations in real-time.” Isentia is a publicly listed (ASX:ISD) media monitoring and intelligence company that provides software as a service (SaaS) tools used by thousands of users each day across eight countries in Australia and Southeast Asia.