IoT

IoT

451 Research: MWC 2015 – the brewing battle over low-power wide-area IoT networks

InsightaaS: Not all IoT traffic is created equal – or so it would seem from the explosion of interest that is building in low...

Life in ‘interesting’ times

The following article, developed by Michael O’Neil and Mary Allen, first appeared in April/May 2015 edition of Claims Canada magazine. While most of us seek...

Big Blue goes big on IoT

The Internet of Things has served for several years now as an aspirational touch point for bright imaginings around our connected future. But the...

DMTI Spatial outlines six ways to unlock the power of location

A joint presentation by Glenn McGillivray, managing director of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (CMHC) and Philip Kaszuba, president, DMTI Spatial, offered an...

Google crossing the line between work and play

The launch of Android for Work has grabbed the attention of a lot of CIOs and developers. But is this announcement enough to make...

Grooming the human element of IoT

The Internet of Things is already entrenched in the enterprise psyche. There are reams of materials to be found on the business benefits of...

Risky business: location-based intelligence tackles credit management

Change is a constant in the financial world. But over the last decade, the pace and magnitude of change have introduced new imperatives in...

Wearables

When we think about wearable computing, consumery things like Fitbit and Google Glass come to mind. But those aren't the only doodads people can...

Channeling the Intel SMAC stack

As a leading provider of foundational technology, Intel is a good source of insight into new IT industry trends. The company prides itself on...

Tieto translating integration experience to Industrial Internet reality

By most accounts, IoT offers huge potential for improvement of productivity, environmental health, and daily life, and analyst growth predictions for this opportunity are...

Classics rule

People today love their toys. Whether it’s a gorgeous car to cater to a mid-life crisis, a fancy sound system, a high-end TV, or...

Watson in commercial mode

If necessity is the mother of invention, commercialization is its handmaiden. Defined as the process whereby new products are brought to market, commercialization has...

CRM triple play

Background Reliance Home Comfort delivers mechanical systems and services to ensure home comfort. Based in Oshawa, Ontario, the company employs a large mobile sales (100...

Girls can too code

As I take ‘pen to paper’, an announcement that Karen Sheriff has been named President and CEO of Q9 Networks, a major Canadian provider...

Windows 10

When Microsoft introduced Windows 8, enterprises reacted much as vampires do to garlic — they threw up their arms and screamed "Noooooooo". There was...

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