Wearable Technology Can Help with Public Speaking

Wearable Technology Can Help with Public Speaking

Speaking in public is the top fear for many people. Now, researchers from the Human-Computer ...

Is Artificial Intelligence Going to Make It This Time?

In the past, AI was talked about for its potential in the computing market, but it was deemed not usable or applicable for a long time. Now AI is being seen in a new light. Some people, like Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates, have warned that AI may take control over humans and [...]

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Insider Data Breaches: Invisible Threats to Your Business

Insider Data Breaches: Invisible Threats to Your Business

The threat of insider data breach is not new for the online business world. In 2005, a former AOL software engineer stole 92 million screen names and e-mail addresses. This past January, major financial services company Morgan Stanley admitted that the information of 350,000 wealth management clients was stolen in an insider data breach — [...]

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Our Connected Data

Our Connected Data

  Over the last few weeks, an outstanding series produced by ARTE called “Do Not Track Me” has become available and is getting quite a bit of social media attention. The different episodes explore and highlight the technologies, algorithms, data mining and aggregation of our online information through digital devices, tools, ecosystems and environments. Each [...]

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Is the Cloud Safe Enough for Your Business Communications?

Is the Cloud Safe Enough for Your Business Communications?

Security Concerns of VoIP CXOs have many valid concerns regarding hosted phone and communications platform: learn about the main security considerations that professionals need to consider when evaluating the risks of cloud phone systems, and how to deal with them. This paper covers concerns such as: Security, encryption and access management Ability to control, manage [...]

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Business Communications: Develop Your BYOD Security Strategy

Business Communications: Develop Your BYOD Security Strategy

The essence of BYOD is employee mobility, and this implies that employees will be moving in and out of the corporate firewall. Data will eventually exist in user devices in clear text – at least for some time. The legal position is very simple: companies are responsible for the data they hold. Has you company [...]

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IoT Standards and Standards Organizations – Part 3

This is a continuation of IoT Standards and Standards Organizations – Part 2. Stakeholders’ view of standards Guy also talked about stakeholders’ view of the standards, that of consumers, developers, and device makers. Because they are self-explanatory, I simply show his slides for these three views. Consumers Consumers’ interests are in applications, and part of [...]

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IoT Standards and Standards Organizations – Part 2

This is a continuation of IoT Standards and Standards Organizations – Part 1. Network Transports Standards Organizations Wi-Fi Alliance “Wi-Fi Alliance® is the worldwide network of companies that brings you Wi-Fi®. In 1999, several visionary companies came together to form a global non-profit association with the goal of driving the best user experience with a [...]

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IoT Standards and Standards Organizations – Part 1

There are several standards and standards organizations for the Internet of Things (IoT), and I’ve discussed some of them in past blogs (here and here). Quite frankly, there are too many to understand each of them and their differences. Some people include certain organizations, while others do not. This blog and my previous blogs may [...]

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IoT and Communications Standards

The Internet of Things (IoT) is getting a lot of attention these days. From the standards point of view, there are several aspects. One is networking and communications. There was a timely meetup by IEEE Communications Society Santa Clara Valley (SCV) to discuss IoT standards in networking and communications. One of the two speakers was [...]

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A Summary of the Difference between IoT and IoE according to ABI Research

Like many people, I hear a lot about the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Internet of Everything (IoE). Is IoT a different name for Machine to Machine (M2M)? When a new technology is introduced, its market is sometimes muddled with misinformation, some of it intentional. For example, products that were pushed with a certain [...]

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