If you can’t measure it, you can’t fix it. These are the words that empower inspiration and as a result, there is probably no truer statement on this planet.
One of the most exciting things about running a publication is not only reporting on news and events, but being able to foreshadow trends, and as a result help companies plan for the future via market predictions.
We have a lot of sports fans on our staff here at Connected World magazine and, therefore, we get pretty pumped up about covering all the ways connected devices and the IoT (Internet of Things) intersect with the games we love to play and the ones we love to watch.
The IoT (Internet of Things) offers the enterprise space so many opportunities to discover some real value that most have yet to discover.
It’s no surprise that a lot of people are in awe of Google. It comes as no surprise that when Google execs talk people listen.
Security is more than a growing concern in this country. This past February even Connected World dedicated its entire 2015 Connected World Conference to it.
Recently, a new report came out from HP (Hewlett-Packard) about smartwatches and security, or, rather, the lack thereof.
Whether you are a dreamer, innovator, engineer, or even a large corporation, there is no better time than today to have an idea.
If you are in this space for any length of time then discussing IoT (Internet of Things) innovation has to be near and dear to your heart.
Recently, Vodafone, www.vodafone.com, one of the industry’s most respected and perhaps one of world’s largest telecommunication network providers, released its third annual M2M Barometer report.
You’ve probably heard it or read it in articles before, but I am going to say it again; it’s time to build a more nimble product development pipeline. Oddly, years ago, even though we wouldn’t say it, many manufacturing executives and politicians would wince at the thought of what it would cost to retool existing factory lines.
The wireless industry is a buzz these days about unlicensed-LTE—or more commonly known as LTE-U. It’s been making the wireless industry headlines quite a bit this past week.