Industry News Roundup - November 13, 2015

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This week in the Internet of Things industry news...

Mining Industry CIOs want to dig deeper into IT/OT integration challenges
IT World Canada, 11/12/15 - Innovation is challenging in any industry, but for CIOs in the mining sector the way forward is clear: if they want to reap the benefit of the Internet of Things or big data, they have to play a stronger role in integrating traditional IT with operational technology...

Internet of Things: 5 Real-World Reasons It’s Not Going Away
Network Computing, 11/13/15 - Don't dismiss IoT as a technology of the future. We look beyond the hype and examine some of the ways enterprises are putting the IoT to work today... 

IoT drives the blutetooth roadmap: Faster, bigger range, and mesh networking support in 2016
VentureBeat, 11/11/15 - With the rise of ubiquitous computing and the burgeoning Internet of things(IoT), the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced some big changes for Bluetooth to help support the growing demand for connectivity...

Global IoT services spending forecast to jump 22% in 2016
Telecoms.com, 11/10/15 - As 30% more gadgets are added to the Internet of Things (IoT) every year the global spending on support services is forecasted to soar, jumping 22% to $235bn by 2016...

IoT: The Enterprise Impact
Network Computing, 11/11/15 - The Internet of Things will place new pressures on many fronts for enterprise networks, including DNS and management requirements...

IoT in the enterprise: Business benefits and clear strategy crucial before diving in
V3.co.uk, 11/12/15 - Enterprises need to set out a clear Internet of Things (IoT) strategy before they leap into a technology trend set to hit 21 billion units in 2020...

Sensor-based ‘passive’ buying expected to make up 15% of all purchases in 2020
VentureBeat, 11/12/15 The Internet of Things might finally start going mainstream when detergent brands, for example, begin building sensors into their containers that can auto-order a new bottle when the supply runs low...