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Exploiting the Internet of Things with investigative analytics
By: Bloor Research
Published: May 2013
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There is a wealth of information hidden in the Internet of Things that can help organisations to understand what happened or might happen and why it happened or may happen, and help to point towards what to do about it. However, before we consider how to analyse this information and why it is important to your business we need to understand what we mean by the “Internet of Things” and by “investigative analysis”.

In this paper we will explore some of the use cases around investigative analysis and how that can be applied to the Internet of Things, and then we go on to consider the sort of technology you need to enable this capability. We will conclude with a discussion of the solution provided by Infobright, a data warehousing vendor that is addressing the market for investigative analytics.

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