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IoT Applications to Smart Campuses for the European Alliance for Innovation

Dan Minoli and Ben Occhiogrosso publish a paper on IoT Applications to Smart Campuses for the European Alliance for Innovation Internet of Things (IoT) concepts are now being broadly investigated for actual deployment initiatives. Although ecosystem-wide architectures and standards are still slowly evolving and/or still lacking, some progress is being made; standardization fosters flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and […]

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Review of Wireless and Satellite-Based M2M/IoT Services in Support of Smart Grids

A Review of Wireless and Satellite-Based M2M/IoT Services in Support of Smart Grids\ Contributor: Ben Occhiogrosso and Dan Minoli The Smart Grid (SG) is an evolution of the electricity network that dynamically integrates the activities and energy control of power consumers, power generators, distribution systems, and devices connected to the grid (e.g., substations, transformers, and […]

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INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT):

INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT): REALITY OR MIRAGE FOR COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE OWNERS? By Daniel Minoli and Benedict Occhiogrosso, DVI Communications   The Internet of Things — IoT, also called the Internet of Everything by some and “the Cloud of Things” by others — is now the rage of the age. A Google search on the topic yields […]

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Beef Up Cybersecurity to Fend Off the Hackers

Daniel Minoli Reprinted from the April 15, 2015, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper Beef Up Cybersecurity to Fend Off the Hackers by Bart Jackson Teach a man to shoplift and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to steal your identity and he will dine on steak and caviar far into the future. […]

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What can Small and Medium Businesses Do to Protect Against Ubiquitous Cyberattacks?

Originally posted in Cybersecuritynj.com Unfortunately a day does not go by at this juncture without all of us hearing of a new major security breach. For example, in 2014 about half-a-billion customer records were hacked in the U.S., and a billion records worldwide were compromised. Companies such as Target, Neiman Marcus, eBay, P.F. Chang, UPS, […]

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New Challenges in Data Center Design and Hardening

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An Economic Imperative: Reducing Data Center Expenses

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Journal of Telecommunications Management

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Data Center Hardening and Disaster Recovery

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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning

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