• Smart-Water Meter Floods the Market

    Smart-Water Meter Floods the Market

    According to a report from IHS Technology, www.ihs.com, the worldwide smart-meter market is set to surpass $1 billion in 2019.

  • Companies Make Moves in SaaS

    Companies Make Moves in SaaS

    While one company has brought a new product to the freight market, two others have entered into a software reseller partnership, all in an effort to strengthen their SaaS (software-as-a-solution) offerings.

  • Cisco and Tieto Team for IoT

    Cisco and Tieto Team for IoT

    With projections from Cisco, www.cisco.com, calling for as many as 50 billion connected devices coming our way by 2020, there should be plenty of ways for businesses to collect data to keep tabs on their operations.

  • Notion Gains Steam Through Kickstarter

    Notion Gains Steam Through Kickstarter

    A Boulder, Colo.,-based Techstars, www.techstars.com, company is finding the crowdfunding route to be very beneficial in its pursuit of getting its product to market.

In the News

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Companies Make Moves in SaaS

While one company has brought a new product to the freight market, two others have entered into a software reseller partnership, all in an effort to strengthen their SaaS (software-as-a-solution) offerings.

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Monitoring Infrastructure Performance

In the midst of an increasingly connected business world, infrastructure reliability and security are important to remember for companies that are part of the IoT (Internet of Things).

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Cisco and Tieto Team for IoT

With projections from Cisco, www.cisco.com, calling for as many as 50 billion connected devices coming our way by 2020, there should be plenty of ways for businesses to collect data to keep tabs on their operations.



 

Blog Posts

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AT&T Plays Shell Game with Your Money

When I asked for an interview with Glenn Lurie, the president and CEO of AT&T Mobility I was given the brush off for the very first time by his minions.


The Peggy Smedley Show

  • Now They’re Talkin’
  • Peggy Smedley says there’s more potential to be achieved by M2M, but it’s still about the underlying technology.
  • According to Bryan Leach, founder, iBotta, his company has paid out approximately $12 million in cash to date for customers using his free app.
  • Joe Morris, president, TransTel, acknowledges his product’s main goal is when a patient requires help, his product lambasts caregivers better than a standalone system, and can get help in realtime by signaling multiple devices.
  • Chris White, senior vice president of IoT/IoE group, Cisco, states estimates call for $19 trillion worth of global benefit can be gained by connecting the unconnected.
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