Microsoft’s IoT Blog

Microsoft’s official Internet of Things (IoT) blog is the place to discover how businesses are unleashing the potential of IoT by harnessing Microsoft’s cloud services, business intelligence and data analytics tools, and operating systems. The Internet of Things can seem overwhelming, complicated and expensive – but it’s really about creating the Internet of Your Things.


    NOV
    25
    2014
    Reducing CO2 with IoT: a smart-building project at Carnegie Mellon

    Posted By IoT Industry Team

    At Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, a campus-wide IoT experiment is underway. Led by Vivian Loftness, a professor of architecture with a passion for sustainable … Read more »

    NOV
    24
    2014
    IoT at sea: oceans of data aboard floating hotels

    Posted By Egbert Schroeer

    The world of offshore oil rigs and drilling vessels may not be the first place you’d expect to find the Internet of Things (IoT), but … Read more »

    NOV
    24
    2014
    How IoT innovation drives efficiency: a conversation with CGI and ThyssenKrupp

    Posted By Susan Hauser

    During the last few months, I have had the opportunity to meet with many customers and partners around the world during my field visits and … Read more »

    NOV
    21
    2014
    Fighting cybercrime with IoT

    Posted By IoT Industry Team

    We often highlight here the vast potential of IoT to improve productivity for enterprises in industries, such as manufacturing, health and retail. Lately, we’ve also … Read more »

    NOV
    19
    2014
    Cities becoming smarter, more efficient with IoT and CityNext

    Posted By Rob Bernard

    Since we launched our CityNext initiative, we’ve seen amazing momentum in the smart cities industry. In Barcelona this week, the Smart City Expo World Congress is providing … Read more »

    NOV
    18
    2014
    Creating a connected classroom with IoT

    Posted By IoT Industry Team

    Educators all over the world know that keeping middle school students interested in learning can be a real challenge. In Beijing, education officials wanted to … Read more »

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