Fredric Paul

Fredric Paul is Editor in Chief for New Relic, Inc., and has held senior editorial positions at ReadWrite, InformationWeek, CNET, PCWorld and other publications. His opinions are his own.

Finally, a smart way for insurers to leverage IoT in smart homes

Why IoT for seniors is a lot tougher than it looks

Why IoT for seniors is a lot tougher than it looks

Senior citizens are often touted as a huge potential market for the Internet of Things (IoT), but progress may be slower than a retiree with a bad hip.

Which two companies will lead the enterprise Internet of Things?

Which two companies will lead the enterprise Internet of Things?

Analyst firm GlobalData reveals the two tech giants poised to lead the charge into enterprise Internet of Things (eIoT) platforms.

Cloud computing just had another kick-ass quarter

Cloud computing just had another kick-ass quarter

Even as other parts of the internet economy stumbled, cloud service providers accelerated their growth. Could that save the tech boom?

Taking the temperature of IoT for healthcare

Taking the temperature of IoT for healthcare

The Internet of Things promises to make healthcare cheaper and better in a wide variety of ways, but many of the benefits are still stuck in the waiting room.

5 ways the IoT must improve to achieve enterprise success

5 ways the IoT must improve to achieve enterprise success

A new Deloitte report identifies five challenges that the Internet of Things (IoT) must solve — some you already know about, others maybe not.

5 reasons the IoT needs its own networks

5 reasons the IoT needs its own networks

Carriers are rolling out new low-power, narrow-band networks for the Internet of Things. Here are 5 reasons why, and one big potential issue with this strategy.

IoT has an obsolescence problem

IoT has an obsolescence problem

The Internet of Things is still an emerging technology, but the $17,000 gold Apple Watch Edition shows it already has a problem with obsolescence. Can anything be done?

What happens if IoT security doesn’t get solved?

What happens if IoT security doesn’t get solved?

A new Bain & Company report says security concerns are slowing IoT adoption. Is this problem fixable — and what if it isn’t?

Somehow, AWS and cloud growth continues to accelerate

Somehow, AWS and cloud growth continues to accelerate

Amazon leads cloud vendors to even faster growth at huge scale -- is there anything left for data centers?

5 key enterprise IoT security recommendations

5 key enterprise IoT security recommendations

The Online Trust Alliance has published a checklist of enterprise IoT security best practices. Ignore its advice at your own risk.

Is the cloud already killing the enterprise data center?

Is the cloud already killing the enterprise data center?

AWS CTO Werner Vogels listed multiple enterprises that are abandoning data centers to move workloads to the cloud. Don’t expect the data center to disappear completely, though.

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