Open, as an adjective, means to allow access or passage. Something that’s open is not closed; it’s exposed, unlocked. There’s often a positive connotation with the word open—whether someone’s waiting with open arms, an establishment is open for business, or a business leader is open to suggestions, open sounds inviting and encouraging, probably because it generally is.
At the beginning of each year, many headlines read similar to the one heading this article. There are predictions to contemplate, trends to watch, warnings to heed, and tips to act on or at least consider as businesses enter a brand-new year.
Many of today’s mainstream media news headlines focus on the downsides of technology and the tech workplace, whether it’s cybercrime, election hacking, or sexual-harassment coverups.
The benefits of a digitally enabled supply chain are well known and well documented, but many organizations leave value on the table by continuing to treat the supply chain as a support function and nothing more.
Connected World magazine is pleased to announce its 2019 Pioneers list, which includes 11 professors with prophecies for AI (artificial intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things), and digital transformation.
Two organizations are taking home the prestigious 2018 Connected World Awards, which recognizes the most innovative solution for adopting the IoT (Internet of Things) during the calendar year within a vertical market.
The IoT (Internet of Things), AI (artificial intelligence), and machine learning are beginning to provide big value, helping organizations solve business challenges with the help of new, emerging technology.
No matter what industry you’re in, if you’re using IoT (Internet of Things) devices and solutions, you’ve heard it all: The IoT will boost productivity and decrease equipment downtime!
The IoT (Internet of Things) is dramatically changing how industries work. In the past decade alone, one of the defining trends in the global industrial sector has been the push for digital transformation and Industry 4.0.
It’s a connected world, brimming with the promise of an IoT (Internet of Things) that delivers reduced costs, increased profitability, an enhanced brand experience, and an optimized customer experience.
North America’s energy business has transformed in the past decade and now the IoT (Internet of Things) is making way for improved processes in nearly every facets of society, including oil and gas, construction, and energy.
By the year 2035, U.S. Census Bureau reports citizens 65 and older will outnumber those under the age of 18 for the first time in U.S. history; and as a result, the IoT (Internet of Things) will be instrumental for many aging adults that will require care.
The IoT (Internet of Things) is significantly impacting the trajectory of the agriculture industry, and Jim Whitaker, co-owner of Whitaker Farms, a family-owned multi-crop farming operation in McGehee, Ark., says the impact will only grow—pun intended.
In this era of #MeToo, it’s a great time to celebrate women who never hold back—and who fearlessly imagine, create, develop, discover, and lead. The 2018 Connected World Women of M2M or as we now refer IoT (Internet of Things) award winners epitomize women’s strength, smarts, charisma, dedication, and staying power.
In this era of #MeToo, it’s a great time to celebrate women who never hold back—and who fearlessly imagine, create, develop, discover, and lead.