Current Issue: Aug/Sept 2015

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 print magazine.

Features Only Available in the Aug/Sept Print and App Edition:
Cover story:
Robots defining what it means to be human? Learn more in the Aug/Sept issue of Connected World magazine.
Feature: Collaboration and investment help create a grid that is more than simply smart.
Feature: The tech tides are shifting. Find out how usage-based insurance needs to evolve to keep up with the times.
Feature: What is the true value of data? Find out how companies use it to optimize, compete, and disrupt.

Departments Only Available in Aug/Sept Print and App Edition:
What You Gotta Know: The future of the IoT.
In Focus: IoT makes advancements in the medical field, mines, and education.
Look Who’s Talking: John Petze shares his thoughts on big data analysis.
My Connected Life: Security concerns hold the mobile-payment industry from reaching its full potential.
Flash Forward: Take a look at how the IoT is keeping you connected during the summer festival season.

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Two Views: LTE for IoT

There seems to be a bit of controversy about LTE (long-term evolution). The debate focuses on LTE for the IoT (Internet of Things) regarding the coming Cat 0 technology that will appear in the next release of the 3GPP standard, Release 12.
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An Army of Inventors Will Rebuild Manufacturing

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.
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The IoT and Its Effect on Society

With regards to the IoT (Internet of Things), we are entering a critical period where major and disruptive changes in society will soon be upon us. One only has to look back at the development of the “Internet of People” to see how radically and rapidly it has changed society, access to information, and disrupted business models.
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The Supply Chain: Changing at the Speed of Technology

There has been a not so quiet revolution going on in an industry that affects every person in North America, and the long-term consequences for the employment of humans (vs. intelligent machines) in that industry are not rosy.
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Social Engineering – How Hackers Build the Puzzle One Piece at a Time…

We all have confidential information we keep secure, but all too often, we underestimate hackers. Hackers patiently steal information over time.

Past Issues

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June/July 2015

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Apr/May 2015

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Feb/Mar 2015

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December 2014

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Oct/Nov 2014

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Aug/Sept 2014