Monthly Archives: April 2015
Huawei today released its 2015 Global Connectivity Index (GCI) for countries, benchmarking 50 economies in terms of connectivity, ICT usage, and digital transformation, providing an indicator of which countries are best poised for development and growth, and an ICT planning reference for policymakers looking to embrace the digital economy. Read more at theparliamentmagazine.eu: Press Release: Huawei Launches 2015 Global Connectivity Index for […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) market is poised to grow at an extraordinary pace over the next few years – with growth drivers being real-world applications constructed using innovative technologies, and resulting in improving implementation ROIs. However, IoT is too big, and moving too fast to tackle alone. Provider ecosystems are necessary for the IoT […]
B-Scada, Inc. (SCDA) has announced today the release of a new case study detailing the work done by Algae Lab Systems using B-Scada’s software technology to help monitor and control photobioreactors for commercial algae cultivation and aquaculture.
Both corporate and government adoption of Internet of Things technologies will be some of the driving forces behind a dramatic increase in the IoT economy by 2020, according to a report by visiongain.
Webcams may guard our homes against burglars, and Fitbits may protect us against the flab we’d put on without exercising.
Say what you will about BlackBerry’s current state of affairs, but in its heyday it was workplace no-brainer because of its then-unparalleled security systems.
With more than 150 keynote speeches, forums, new product announcements and events mark COMPUTEX TAIPEI one of the must visit shows.
Let’s face it – the concept connecting a device to a network or another device has been around for at least 30 years. Connected devices like ATMs, Kindle eReaders, Home Security Systems have been mainstream for a long time. Why the hype now? Blog by Indranil Mukherjee.
There are many ways to define the concept of healthcare big data analytics. At its core, “big data analytics” is simply the joining of two or more previously disparate sources of information, structured in such a way that insights can be drawn from the comparison or examination of the new, expanded data set.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) today unveiled a new guidance report titled, New Security Guidance for Early Adopters of the IoT, aimed at helping early adopters understand the security challenges surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT).