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Researchers suspect that the huge number of bots was recruited from the Internet of Things, “smart” devices like webcams and lightbulbs that connect to the internet.
Pulling all data into a single, unified system of record is time-consuming and costly, there are more agile options for integrated analysis and reporting. The CIO is the leader to bring in those technologies.
Connecting things to the internet also creates the potential for huge networks of robots, aka botnets, to be turned into drone armies for anyone with the software tools to take over enough devices.
To operate internationally, you’ll need to hold yourself to the highest standards of compliance with privacy regulations across every region and country in which you do business.
The combination of volume and speed will continue to act as stressors on existing data centers and are forcing providers to examine how to keep data as close to end users as possible to enhance its value.
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