Open Standards vs. Proprietary: Are Open Standards Really the Wave of the Future for IoT?

Posted on December 14th, 2016

Image: Tashatuvango In a recent IoT Business News article Allan Woolhouse presents a strong case for open connectivity standards for IoT, starting with a no-nonsense look at the practical drivers that define the strength of an IoT Connectivity Standard, including: Capacity Quality of service Range Reliability Battery life Security Interoperability Cost Proprietary vs. standard Woolhouse, […]

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Open Standards and Collaborative Security Focus on Resiliency and Governance

Posted on December 7th, 2016

Image: fotoinfot Olaf Kolkman, open standards advocate and CTO of the Internet Society (ISOC) (an affirming partner of the OpenStand Principles) has long been focused on the need for collaborative security. This last summer, Kolkman gave the keynote address for the 27th Annual FIRST Conference on the topic of: “Collaborative Security – Reflections about Security and the Open […]

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