Various types of wireless technology and networks allow devices to speak (send data) to each other and to the web (TCP/IP Networks) without cables....
IoT For All made the pilgrimage to sunny Los Angeles to attend Mobile World Congress – Americas last week and we came away excited to see momentum growing within the IoT sector.
The digital insurance landscape is now radically different from the past, thanks in part to the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT). The use of these technologies that collect, record and transmit live data has proliferated exponentially over the past decade, and for a data-reliant industry like insurance, the impact has already been profound.
Listen to the audio version of this article! Internet of Things Enabled Healthcare Healthcare is a highly valuable albeit highly contentious industry. Soaring costs, complex insurance...
Cyber threats are always looming. Let's learn to set up Trend Micro's Home Network Security device to connect your smart home network.
"Building down" means focusing less on what's above you than on re-engineering what's in front of and below you. Automation is a mindset.
Smart home technologies offer some quality of life improvements, but patching security flaws are still works in progress. There are solutions available to help! We recommend Trend Micro’s Home Network Security device.
Computer vision starts with the technology that captures and stores an image, or set of images, and then transforms those images into information that can be further acted upon.
In this Women in IoT Interview, President & CEO of eXalt Solutions, Leslie Swanson, asserts that every venture firm should hire a woman entrepreneur-in-residence. For greater diversity in IoT, we must start at the beginning of the value chain with education and the investment community.
An interview with VP of IoT Sales at Vodafone, Lisa Uhrmacher, encouraging women to never underestimate the attributes and perspective they bring to the technology industry.
Principal UX Designer at Nerdery, Emily Schmittler, discusses how women in IoT can bring perspective and humanity into devices that are cold and data-driven by solving real human problems.
The first article in our Women in IoT interview series highlights the personal mission of Microsoft Technical Program Manager Beth Anne Katz to fight the stigma of mental health in tech and the workplace.