It’s been a fascination of mine to watch all the newcomers enter the IoT (Internet of Things) space and to have them spew some research that stating, it’s “The Next Big Thing.”
The buzz around the IoT (Internet of Things) community is the tragic accident involving a Tesla Model S in autopilot mode that shook many people to the core.
Just how much does fear rule our decisions when it comes to enterprise security?
Having covered the space for so long, I would be remiss if I didn’t address the major news that woke up the tech community late last week when Samsung announced that it would spend more than $1.2 billion on the IoT (Internet of Things) during the next four years.
On The Peggy Smedley Show all month I have been talking about technology innovation and the many forms it takes
Wikipedia broadly defines the IoT (Internet of Things) as a “network of physical devices that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.”
While the word “crowdfunding” may only be a handful of years old, the practice of asking other people for help in the form of money or resources has been around forever. And that is simply what makes this trend so amazing.
I have been in the workforce for a fair number of years now. And I must confess that at this point in my career I can say without hesitation that a lot has changed in the past couple of decades, particularly when we’re talking about women in the corporate world.
In April, the NTIA (National Telecommunications and Information Admin.) issued a request for public comments as it prepares to review the current technological and policy landscape for the Internet of Things.
If you know anything about the IoT (Internet of Things) then you recognize that connected health is taking off like a shot. The telehealth industry has a lot to offer and, specifically, the concept of virtual visits is changing the industry faster than most of us even realize.