Internet of Things (IoT) Mobility and Consumers
The exchange of ideas, expertise and data among people, organizations and governments could enable the corporate world to create more sustainable products and services.
MOBI's Josh Garrett discusses trends for enterprise mobility in 2018, explaining why Microsoft will be relevant in mobility and why exclusive BYOD is out.
Tapping smart building and IoT connectivity can positively impact how hospitals operate and the experiences they offer for those who visit them.
From wearables to external sensors to proactive and preventative care, IoT is poised to improve the healthcare system and revolutionize how we view health.
As more companies start implementing reality technology, it's only a matter of time before digital twins become more intricate and elaborate.
IPS' Mitch Maiman discusses IoT technology trends he expects in 2018, from improved security through blockchain to outdoor IoT growth to more wearables.
Modern supply chains using IoT have the power to ensure customer expectations are not only met, but exceeded. SAP's Hans Thalbauer explains.
SAS Institute's Tamara Dull offers an IoT rendition of the Bing Crosby classic, "White Christmas," filled with IoT gadgets and holiday fun.
IoT and smart automation aren't just for luxury apartments anymore; low- and middle-income buildings are seeing the biggest benefits, says IOTAS' Sce Pike.
While IoT offers a more personalized experience for consumers, it is critical that companies ensure a top-notch, secure user experience.
Before the internet of things can truly impact consumers' well-being, says Infor's Guy Courtin, privacy and connectivity issues must be overcome.
IoT continues to have a great impact on web development and design as more and more organizations are integrating it into their web design process.
Wearable IoT devices are finding a home in rugged environments, helping ensure the health and safety of athletes and industrial workers alike.
IoT represents tremendous opportunities for operators, enabling them to retain more current subscribers, attract new subscribers and provide new services.
The Jetsons made IoT look easy -- and cool. What they never showed us, though, is the creepy or just plain wrong that sometimes accompanies the cool.