Daniel Matthews

Telehealth: Big Data and Healthcare Innovation

By Daniel Matthews | August 31, 2017

Telehealth Innovation Every day, people pop their health-related questions into Google’s search field. Symptoms-related searches alone make up about 1 percent of queries in Google. If you think about it, given the number of things people could search for, that’s

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An End to Credit Cards? How the Dark Web Is Pushing Fintech Towards Blockchain

By Daniel Matthews | July 19, 2017

Dark Web Pushing Fintech Towards Blockchain As Jennifer Klosterman points out, “There are many strong reasons for reputable businesses to keep their noses clean and well out of the Dark Web.” Not the least of these reasons is the hive

Future Data Scientists

Big Data: The Hot Commodity for Marketing in 2017 and Beyond?

By Daniel Matthews | May 19, 2017

Big Data: The Hot Commodity for Marketing Will the market for consumer data ever come to a breaking point? Let me explain. When it comes to digital marketing agencies—agencies that are responsible for a great deal of the content you

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For Uber and Waymo’s Initiatives to Thrive, IoT Needs 4.5 Million Developers by 2020

By Daniel Matthews | March 10, 2017

IoT Developers Imagine it’s December, 2016, and you’re Uber boss Travis Kalanick. One of your self-driving Volvos in SF just ran a red light in front of the MOMA. You’re fuming. There was a human behind the wheel of that

Ransomware, Backups and the Aging IT Specialist

By Daniel Matthews | February 21, 2017

Small Business Cloud Right now, two technology trends characterize the small business ecosystem: a growing migration to the cloud, and a growing susceptibility to cybercrime, particularly in the form of ransomware. Recently, I discovered this duality firsthand. Stranded at the

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The Global Cloud: Blockchain Could Decentralize SaaS

By Daniel Matthews | December 9, 2016

Blockchain SaaS As the prevalence of SaaS continues to grow, so too does the cloud. You know this because you experience it hands-on everyday. By 2020, 92% of our work will be cloud-based. According to Cisco, 74% of that will

Cyber Warfare

Politics 2.0: The Age of Cyber Political Warfare

By Daniel Matthews | October 20, 2016

Cyber Political Warfare Do you remember the last time hackers and cybercriminals determined the outcome of a presidential race? Of course not, because it’s never happened. It could happen now. Without even thinking about it, we’ve slipped into a new

Brand Identity Technology Trends

Brand Identity Technology Trends Is Now The Crux Of Business

By Daniel Matthews | May 9, 2016

Brand Identity Trends When Tim Cook and Apple pushed back against the FBI’s iPhone hack request, the resulting conflict hit on where we are, and where we’re going, with technology and business. It’s not just about useful tools people can

Will GPS, The Cloud, And The IoT Enable A New Level Of Mass-surveillance?

By Daniel Matthews | February 23, 2016

New Levels of Mass-surveillance? There’s a dark cloud hanging over the cloud. Recently, US security chief James Clapper blithely revealed that the government “could” use the Internet of Things for civilian surveillance. Given the heightened alarm caused by domestic terrorism,