Current Issue: Feb/March 2016

Get a taste for what is inside the pages of Connected World magazine! While you can read select columns on this site, there is so much more inside the magazine.

Features Only Available in the Feb/March Web and App Edition:

Cover: Connected vehicles are quite literally driving us into the future. Learn more about Connected World’s 2016 Connected Cars of the Year.

Feature: The IoT is helping the U.S. achieve energy goals, including zero-net buildings.

Feature: A look at the U.S. payments landscape in the Post-Oct. 1, 2015 World.

 

Departments Only Available in Feb/March Web and App Edition:

What You Gotta Know: M2M and IoT trends and game-changing technologies.

In Focus: In-depth case studies on textile rental services, police, and a cigar humidor.

Look Who’s Talking: Joe Catrambone, head of product, Uptake, talks with Peggy.

Hands On: Baby monitor lends helping hand and social media integration.

 

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Disrupt or be Disrupted

Disruption. I know my manufacturing friends are not fans of this word, or perhaps all of corporate America, but the fact remains we are in a new era of technological disruption.

LTE Corner: What’s Next for LTE in the Internet of Things?

This past year—2015—has been a pivotal year for LTE (long-term evolution) and the IoT (Internet of Things).

Can the IoT protect Europe?

When discussing the IoT (Internet of Things) it is hard to avoid the pressing issue of security in Europe and ponder how the IoT can help.

The Long-Term Risk to the IoT: Death by 1,000 Cuts

My highly personal and unscientific survey of the media coverage about the IoT (Internet of Things) suggests that glowing reviews of progress and future brilliance overwhelmingly outweigh cautionary commentary.

When Does Healthcare Stop Being Medical, Only to be A Security One?

The healthcare industry is a fabulous target for hackers looking to gain access and compromise databases full of diverse patient data.

 

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