Recently I was cleaning out a closet and found my old Motorola StarTAC cellphone. Introduced in 1996, it was the closest thing to a Star Trek Communicator that I would ever own.
The M2M/IoT (Internet of Things) industry is still abuzz since carriers AT&T and Verizon Wireless announced they plan to sunset their 2G networks in favor of a more robust 4G/LTE network.
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.
As M2M communications has morphed into the IoT (Internet of Things), much of the attention has been focused on the consumer side of the business. From fitness trackers to smart homes to connected cars, products and services that ease our everyday lives have gathered most of the coverage and excitement.
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.