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Chrysler Has UConnect IoT Vulnerability

Posted by Marketing on July 27, 2015

There’s been a lot of hacking lately, dating websites, cyber warfare companies, and now --cars. Yes, you heard right, cars. The lineup of Chrysler vehicles are totally hackable! Wired author, Andy Greenburg commissioned hackers, Miller and Valasek,  to gain control of his Jeep.  These hackers can easily gain access to your car’s computer and control everything from the radio, AC, wipers, and even shutting the engine off ---wirelessly.

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Topics: blackhat USA, Can Bus, Chrysler, Chrysler Hacking, IoT, Riptide Software, Rust, Solutions, UConnect

How IoT Can Help Conservation Efforts and You!

Posted by Marketing on July 23, 2015

Although the Earth’s surface is 71% water, that doesn’t mean that all of that water is suited for human consumption. In fact only 2% of that is freshwater and 97% of that is ocean water. Water conservation is pretty vital for the future of the human race and one thing that could mainstream the processes of conserving water usage in the commercial and public sector is the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Topics: Conversation, IoT, Solutions, The Cloud, The Internet of Things

Is IoT Big Brother?

Posted by Marketing on July 22, 2015

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a pretty hot buzz word now because of the interconnectivity of mobile applications to objects like your thermostat, speakers, and security cameras. To put it simply, IoT consists of a physical object, a sensor, plus the internet! In addition there are over 10 billion interconnected  smart devices out there and that number is looking to double in just a decade. Also in a decade, the IoT market is expected to bring in  7.1 trillion dollars.

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Topics: Big Brother, Internet Privacy, IoT, Managed Services, Solutions, The Internet of Things

The Internet Of Things

Posted by Marketing on May 9, 2015

Riptide Software develops solutions using the Internet Of Things (IoT).  IoT means all of our devices are talking to one another. Everything we use is connected, using embedded sensors, and are able to identify themselves to one another. Our phones are smart enough to know when we’re heading home, and can tell our thermostats at our houses to start adjusting the temperature to our preferred setting.

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Topics: Fleet Management Systems, Intergration Architects, Internet of Things, IoT, PCoIP zero clients, phpDHCPAdmin, Solutions, Twilio, VMware

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