There is no question that cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated. It seems that most hackers stick with the tried and true.
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.
How is it enterprises collect data, but they never really know how to take advantage of all the data they collect?
Will M2M alter the patient/doctor relationship? Andrew Morawski, Vodafone’s head of M2M in the Americas, says yes.
It’s been talked about for years: Women are underrepresented in technology positions. Women make up 48% of the U.S. workforce, but hold only 26% of the IT (information technology) positions, according to the most recent census data.
Dozens and dozens of entries are submitted every year from all over the globe telling the innovative stories of the companies that are using technologies to solve critical business challenges.
There are days when I feel like writing and reporting on the IoT (Internet of Things) space or what started out more than a decade ago as M2M is like a season of Celebrity Apprentice. Every year there is this group of back-stabbing, feuding manipulators that just cause me to shake my head.
Now that Sequans has introduced a Cat 1 LTE chipset platform, can you explain the importance of having a Category 1 solution for M2M and IoT device makers?
Writing about the IoT (Internet of Things), or what was once called M2M, is something that people want to read about, a lot. It’s only recently that people are really catching on that everything is going to be connected.
If you haven’t met Don DeLoach, president and CEO of Infobright, www.infobright.com, then I encourage you take the time to make a personal introduction if you care about the IoT (Internet of Things).
It was only a matter a time before this was going to happen. And now it has. A lawsuit has been filed against three leading automakers seeking damages in the millions.
Depending on what side of the fence you are on is whether you support net neutrality. But if there is one thing for sure, the debate on this subject will go on, and on, and on, regardless of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), www.fcc.gov, ruling last week.
If you listen to the news these days, if we aren’t talking about something as horrible as threats to human life with terrorists, we are talking about a cyberattack.
Have you ever wondered who is listening to your conversations? Are you concerned your personal messages might be made public?