Internet of Things

What the Internet of Things Means for Technology

By | June 12th, 2017|Internet of Things|

What the Internet of Things Means for Technology The Internet of Things (IoT) is forever changing the way people think, how they react, and what they want at their fingertips. IoT technology dives deeper into inter-connected data and sensing habits of consumers, inanimate objects, humans, and even animals with the ability to transmit data without [...]

How To Crack The IoT Code

By | May 25th, 2017|Internet of Things|

How To Crack The IoT Code When you think about IoT, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Business Value or Complexity? IoT or “Internet of Things” has the power to transform businesses, but most of us start looking at technology first, instead of identifying the business value it brings to the table. Whether [...]

Automotive Connectivity While You Sleep

By | May 23rd, 2017|Connected Vehicle|

Automotive Connectivity While You Sleep. Is Your Information Secure? Consumers today are always connected. Who doesn’t own a phone or tablet or car that is connected. Many of us have multiple devices that we use for personal or business use, and one or more of them seldom, if ever, leave our side. Fact is, connectivity [...]

Rise of The Connected Economy

By | May 2nd, 2017|Internet of Things|

Rise of The Connected Economy Can you remember the last time you were completely offline? Was it last month when you were on your spring break vacation? Or, last night while you were asleep? If you’re like me, you might never really disconnect because your phone, like mine, is always near you. And connected. Across [...]

Who’s Your Conductor?

By | April 25th, 2017|Internet of Things|

Who's Your Conductor? In our recent webinar, “Orchestrating Identities Across People, Systems and Things”, we talked about why “the conductor role” is critical to ensuring a successful IoT implementation. We discussed the Do’s and Don’ts when implementing IoT – let’s explore this some. So what are they? Do's Factor event monitoring into the plan Support [...]

Managing the Complex Connected Vehicle Ecosystem

By | April 6th, 2017|Connected Vehicle|

Managing the Complex Connected Vehicle Ecosystem   "250 million connected cars on the road by 2020" -Gartner, 2016   Across the world, nearly a quarter of the vehicles on the road are connected – and, in just a couple years, nearly every vehicle on the road will have connectivity. Vehicles have become a platform for [...]

The Road to the Connected Car

By | March 30th, 2017|Automotive, Connected Vehicle|

The Road to the Connected Car Customer demand fuels innovation.   90% of vehicles will have connectivity by 2020 It is no secret that the automotive industry is going through significant change driven by the evolution of technology. Consumer preference around transportation is shifting from traditional car ownership toward diverse mobility services. The connected vehicle [...]

The Most Complete IoT Platform

By | February 23rd, 2017|Internet of Things|

The Most Complete IoT Platform Two weeks ago, we announced that our IoT platform was the most complete in the market (see the full release here). Experience Matters Over the past couple of years, we have assembled a suite of foundational services for device event management, real-time stream processing and analytics, message transformation and, above [...]

Identity as a Business Enabler

By | February 13th, 2017|Internet of Things|

Identity as a Business Enabler This week, the annual RSA conference will take place at Moscone Center in San Francisco. This event is admittedly one of the largest security conferences in the world and Covisint will have a strong presence. Come visit us at booth #1927. From Utility to Asset Security and Identity Management used [...]

IoT Lessons From 2016 – Part 3

By | December 27th, 2016|Internet of Things|

IoT Lessons From 2016 – Part 3 Part 3 (and final part) of our series focusing on best practices and pitfalls to avoid to secure connected products and processes with an IoT platform for identity. What are the top 5 most difficult technology aspects of security and identity for IoT? No single established standard for [...]