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Moving Your Phone System To The Cloud And Empowering Your Mobile Workforce

By Jennifer Klostermann | January 27, 2017

Moving your phone system to the cloud The cloud is already providing businesses with such a range of advanced tools and services, optimizing communication across channels, improving global cooperation, and supporting collaboration between teammates and partners both on and off

Wearable Technology Apps – The Easy Way to Manage Your Business

By Melissa Crooks | January 12, 2017

Wearable Technology Apps Wearable technology describes devices which are designed to work with advanced electronic technologies and computers. Wearable devices are developed to make daily tasks easier by using technology which is easily available. These applications ease the completion of

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6 Challenges For Wearable App Development

By Melissa Crooks | January 11, 2017

Wearable App Challenges Today, the newest technology in the industry is all about what you wear. The emerging new technologies are not restricted to smartphone devices. Technology has made its way to almost everything that we utilise in our daily

Two 2017 Trends From A Galaxy Far, Far Away

By Allan Leinwand | January 4, 2017

Reaching For The Stars People who know me know that I’m a huge Star Wars fan. I recently had the opportunity to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. While I won’t give any spoilers away for the few who

Drone Advancements In 2017

By Jennifer Klostermann | January 3, 2017

Drone Advancements At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the 50th anniversary of the giant tech trade show, the launch of a range of new and improved technologies is expected, including self-driving cars, advanced wearables, personal robots, and cutting-edge virtual reality

Imminent IoT Eye-Tracking Technologies To Transform The Connected World

By CloudTweaks | January 2, 2017

IoT Eye Tracking Smelling may be the first of the perceptible senses, but the eye is the fastest moving organ in the human body. While the first, second, and third screens have historically exercised the potential of this organ to

The Key To Improving Business Lies In Eye-Interaction Tech

By Jim Marggraff | December 28, 2016

Eye-Interaction Technology Analysts at Goldman Sachs predict virtual reality revenue will surpass TV within the next decade. More than just some gaming fad, VR represents a whole new way for organizations to train, research, and explore vast amounts of data.

Combining IoT Gizmo Kits With Your 3D Printer

By Scott Andersen | November 14, 2016

IoT and 3D Printing The 3D printer in my cubicle keeps printing name tags without my name and only cube number instead—should I be worried about this? Imagine a future where an “organizational” 3D printer is stationed in every cube.

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How Wearable Devices Are Making A Healthy Society Around Us

By Shahid Mansuri | November 4, 2016

Wearable Devices Having smartphones to smarter the way we communicate or stay connected is an old fable. Technology has evolved itself impeccably and over its boulevard, it has created footprints on the health industry in form of wearable devices. A

Exciting Potential of the AI Drones

How IoT, Wearables, and Mixed Reality May Disrupt Banking

By Brian Penny | October 31, 2016

Banking Disruption Technology and finance have always gone together. It takes the best, most secure technologies to keep stockpiles of money safe. We don’t often consider banking and technology together, but it’s the banking industry that stands to be disrupted most

Security and the Potential of 2 Billion Device Failures

By Scott Andersen | September 14, 2016

IoT Device Failures I have, over the past three years, posted a number of Internet of Things (and the broader NIST-defined Cyber Physical Systems) conversations and topics. I have talked about drones, wearables and many other aspects of the Internet

Negotiating Wearable Device Security

By Jennifer Klostermann | September 14, 2016

Wearable Device Security Recent studies have highlighted gaps in security and privacy created by wearable technology, with one report by the US Department of Health noting that many of the new devices available which “collect, share and use health information