Reports and Trends

IoT security spending to spike above $1.5 billion next year

“IoT security is a key challenge / driver if we are to realise the full benefits of this technology. That’s why the NZ IoT Alliance has established a Working Group to address this issue in a NZ context. IoT security is going to be a big business opportunity as this new market takes shape”
Reports and Trends

5 Future Technologies That Will Be Mainstream by 2020

“It’s not surprising that IoT, Automation, crypto-currency and AI will all be mainstream by 2020. The pull effect of these emerging technologies is going to shift the way we do business and live our lives”
Reports and Trends

Businesses Fear ‘Catastrophic Consequences’ of Unsecured IoT

“The risk of major cyber security breaches via IoT devices is growing, especially from third party devices. The NZ IoT Alliance has formed a working group to look at this very issue and what measures need to be adopted within NZ.”
Industry News

Massive impact of IoT expected in NZ and globally

The enormity and massive impact internet of things (IoT) will have around New Zealand globally has just been sheeted home in a new report which says spending will hit $US1.2 trillion by 2022. Analyst firm IDC has announced the findings its latest Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide.
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IoT devices topping Christmas wish lists in 2017

Exciting tech advances are playing a much greater part in Christmas gifts in New Zealand than ever before, Kriv Naicker, executive director of the New Zealand Internet of Things (IoT) Alliance says.
Industry News

Is the New Zealand jury still out on IoT?

This question was posed by a visiting Internet of Things (IoT) expert recently.  The New Zealand IoT Alliance hosted international IoT expert, IDC’s Vernon Turner to hear his advice on how to successfully connect New Zealand. “IoT isn’t a technology revolution, it’s a business revolution, enabled by technology,” he says. Vernon discussed IoT Readiness in … Continue reading "Is the New Zealand jury still out on IoT?"