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Four Technology Lessons from Retail Industry Executives

The common thread weaving the future of retail concerns delivering relevant customer experiences that transcend the traditional online/in-store boundary.
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The Missing Ingredient in Building Valuations

Effective smart building platforms neither replace nor displace humanity; they reinforce it. IoT is the nexus between buildings and people.
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Why Smart Cities Need Smart Policies

The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly gaining traction. It's even finding its way into our homes, so it’s unsurprising that this...
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Talking to Toys

Toy IoT applications could breathe life into often-forgotten physical toys, especially as parents are increasingly limiting their children's screen time.
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IoT Offers a Fresh Solution for Tackling Food Waste in the Supply Chain

About 40 percent of America's food gets wasted between farm and table. IoT sensors are being deployed to track food through supply chains to reducing waste.
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Three Strategies for Managing Connected Health Data

The goal of connected healthcare is to improve patients' lives and to reduce the burden on the medical system. These three strategies can help us get there.
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5G Is Poised to Revolutionize Industries Beyond Telecommunications

The impact of 5G will be far-reaching: eMBB will transform media, MIoT will connect smart cities, and uRLLC will make autonomous vehicles viable.
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Top IoT Security Concerns and Ways to Address Them

Bodil Josefsson, head of IoT Security at Ericsson, describes the four concerns she's noticed customers have on the top of their mind when devising IoT strategies. Josefsson then makes suggestions on how to address and overcome those concerns.
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Human Rights and IoT: Tracking Violations and Improving Protections

When physical systems are connected to the Internet, there’s also more opportunity to record, document, and verify human rights violations.
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Quick Wins in the Battle for Higher Energy Availability

Short duration alarms, performance analyses, and availability calculation allow operators to prevent energy grid loss and identify quick improvements.

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