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Solving the Really Big Tech Problems with IoT

The Internet of Things brings new technological problems: sensor communications are bi-directional, the scale of data generation points has no precedent and, in this new world, security, privacy and data protection need to go out to the edge. Likely, most of that data lands in Hadoop and Big Data platforms. With the need for rapid analytics never greater, companies try to seize opportunities in tighter time windows. Yet, cyber-threats are at an all-time high, targeting the most valuable of assets—the data.

Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to hear Analyst Dr. Robin Bloor explore the implications of Apache NiFi and why it matters to IoT. He’ll be briefed by Reiner Kappenberger of HPE, who will discuss how this recent innovation is revolutionizing big data and IoT ecosystems, and overturning traditional data movement and data protection. He’ll explain how this new data flow orchestration technology dramatically simplifies data security design, enabling a new era of business-driven analysis, while also protecting sensitive data at rest, in motion and in use, from the IoT edge to the enterprise back-end.

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