• Verizon Report Urges Cybersecurity Vigilance

    Verizon Report Urges Cybersecurity Vigilance

    Although cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated, a new report suggests some of the same techniques cybercriminals used decades ago are still being implemented today, and then urges a more vigilant approach to cybersecurity.
  • Data Module Supports Band 28

    Data Module Supports Band 28

    Wireless positioning modules and chips provider u-blox, www.u-blox.com, unveiled the TOBY-L280, the first LTE category 4 rugged module in an LGA package that supports FDD-LTE in frequency band 28.
  • Protecting Enterprise Data in Motion

    Protecting Enterprise Data in Motion

    Companies are not only worried about hackers in an IoT (Internet of Things) world that is connected they are concerned about not knowing the location of their sensitive data.
  • New Spin on TV Viewing

    New Spin on TV Viewing

    Sports season has already kicked into high gear, with many competitions such as the FA Cup and the Masters Tournament.

In the News

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Tricentis and Automic Announce Global Partnership to Optimize Customer DevOps Environments

Tricentis, the continuous testing company, and Automic announced a strategic partnership to enhance Automic’s release automation product with Tricentis’ testing capabilities. The combined integrated solution will enable enterprise customers to automate the whole release process, including testing.
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Verizon Report Urges Cybersecurity Vigilance

Although cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated, a new report suggests some of the same techniques cybercriminals used decades ago are still being implemented today, and then urges a more vigilant approach to cybersecurity.
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Data Module Supports Band 28

Wireless positioning modules and chips provider u-blox, www.u-blox.com, unveiled the TOBY-L280, the first LTE category 4 rugged module in an LGA package that supports FDD-LTE in frequency band 28.
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Protecting Enterprise Data in Motion

Companies are not only worried about hackers in an IoT (Internet of Things) world that is connected they are concerned about not knowing the location of their sensitive data.

 

Blog Posts

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GE Doubles Down on IIoT

The most recent news from GE suggests the company is taking some pretty bold steps toward not only simplifying its business, but doubling down on its industrial manufacturing roots.
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“Haptics” Is Happening!

About two years ago, a savvy technology sales executive said to me that there are two “megatechnologies” based on human senses that would fuel significant business opportunities during the coming decade. They are “vision” and “voice.”


The Peggy Smedley Show

Now They’re Talkin’

  • To kick off our month on distracted driving, Peggy gives a broad overview of the legality surrounding texting while driving, and questions the states with the most lenient laws.
  • Russ Rader, senior vice president for communications, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, says driver distraction can exist outside of connected devices, and to be vigilant of the different ways you can become distracted.
  • Jurek Grabowski, director of research, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, discusses the recent report by AAA on teen distracted driving.
  • Patrick Kennedy, founder and CEO, OSIsoft, says we are living among glimpses of the future, from connected devices to connected cities.
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