AWS re:Invent 2019: AWS Adds (A Lot) of Enhancements to its IoT Platform

K. Weldon
K. Weldon

Summary Bullets:

• At re:Invent and during the prior week, AWS announced a number of key enhancements to its IoT platform, including new capabilities for SiteWise, IoT Greengrass, IoT Core, and IoT Device Management.

• AWS has already gone from Strong to Very Strong in GlobalData’s latest rankings of top enterprise IoT platform providers (for more detail). These latest enhancements up its capabilities in the key buying criteria of data management, analytics, onboarding and troubleshooting.

IoT is a key growth market for technology solution providers and their business customers alike. As a result, the market for platforms that make IoT projects easier to deploy and manage, and more impactful to the companies deploying them, has grown significantly in size and scope over the past four years. There are hundreds of purported platforms on the market, but only a dozen or so stand out in the enterprise segment. Continue reading “AWS re:Invent 2019: AWS Adds (A Lot) of Enhancements to its IoT Platform”

Security Providers Should Focus Less on Selling Security and More on Selling Trust by Becoming Service-Centric

Rajesh Muru

Summary Bullets:

  • Orange Cyberdefense has an aggressive strategy to drive its cybersecurity business by capitalizing on its strengths in its home market and expanding its security portfolio.
  • Acquisition is part of its expansion strategy, with the purchase of SecureLink and SecureData. The seamless integration of these businesses will be important to its success.

The strategic growth plans laid out by Orange Cyberdefense at its recent Analyst Day in Paris were impressive and tactical. The cybersecurity business has grown since its inception, mainly because it has been able to capitalize on its strengths in the home market with a strong security offering addressing global multinationals with multi-country locations, as well as serving the midmarket. Continue reading “Security Providers Should Focus Less on Selling Security and More on Selling Trust by Becoming Service-Centric”