It’s interesting to note that one way to find out where people, companies, organizations, and governments place their priorities is to look at how these various entities spend their money.
It seems every day I talk about cybercrime and companies tell me that it’s not a focus for them. All I can do is tell them about Target.
In the world of connected devices the patent-monitoring business continues to get stronger. This is only reinforced by the surge in remote-patient monitoring.
It’s always exciting to hear about technology breakthroughs. But when I hear about a story that helps a child, I just can’t talk or write enough about it.
Everyone wants to be connected. Even at Connected World we espouse the importance of being connected every day.
Our fast-moving, fast-changing connected world will only get faster. Crowdfunding platforms such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo have opened the door for creative individuals and companies...
In an opportunity to transform two companies into perhaps one giant company...
I don’t know of any member of the Connected World staff that is not a huge fan of the National Football League and as a member of the M2M community, the announcement that the NFL would be deploying Zebra Technologies’ MotionWorks sports solution to track players via RFID (radio-frequency identification) during the 2014 season was just about as exciting as it gets.
I know the moment I started writing this blog it wouldn’t be long before more than a few IoT (Internet of Things) vendors were going to be upset with me.
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.
There is a correlation between cyber-security and driver distraction and most people probably never really made the connection.
I just spent the last few days in Atlanta at Mobility Live and after all the talk about technology I wasn’t surprised to hear people saying Georgia just might be one of the first states to receive the self-driving cars from Google.
Recently Connected World magazine unveiled its ranking of the elite technology leaders based on their contributions to the connected devices marketplace.
IT-data breaches are not new. But the recent high-profile data intrusions that have occurred as of late have certainly elevated the discussion.
As the mobile world descends in Las Vegas for the annual CTIA show I wonder how many people really stand out in this industry as real drivers of what so many affectionately refer to it as the IoT (Internet of Things) or M2M?