Wearable devices and emerging technology News
January 13, 2016
Without much hype, some industries have used sensors and connected devices for years. Now, Internet of Things devices are about to take off in a slew of new markets.
November 11, 2015
Mobile apps, the Internet of Things and "comfortable computing" are primed to dominate the industry next year.
September 09, 2015
The IoT trend faces numerous obstacles, even as it promises to affect the way we do everything from eat to work to drive.
March 10, 2015
When Apple Watches arrive, they will be yet another mobile device for IT to manage, and enterprises should get busy on determining its best use.
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Beacons have been making headlines for a couple of years now, yet their true potential has not been reaped. Is it finally the beacon's time to shine? Continue Reading
The operating system for Apple Watch is designed to take advantage of the wearable nature of the device with features such as Glances that cater to the smaller screen and its location on the user's wrist. Continue Reading
Apple TV is a set-top box that allows end users to stream multimedia content from the Internet over a television. Continue Reading
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Is the car the next mobile app platform? Considering the moves that have been made by companies like Apple and Google, and it very well could be. Matthew David examines the trend. Continue Reading
More and more beacons are infiltrating our daily lives, and it's becoming clearer how beacon technology will affect enterprise IT. Continue Reading
Apple Watch enterprise use cases are still evolving. One expert says it will take at least another year to optimize Apple's smartwatch for business use. Continue Reading
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Bring your own device initiatives are now commonplace in the enterprise, but any BYOD policy is incomplete without addressing acceptable use, enforcement and privacy. Continue Reading
For new members of the workforce, smartphones, tablets and the cloud are a part of life. In some IT departments, however, they're still viewed as disruptive forces. How should today's businesses respond to millennials and technology? Continue Reading
Avoiding command-and-controls policies can help IT better respond to the growing needs of mobile workers and meet its organization's goals. Continue Reading
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To make your BYOD program a success, make sure that your end users' bosses aren't left out of the picture. Continue Reading
Location services can be valuable to users, but it's not always acceptable -- or legal -- for employers to track users' devices and whereabouts. Continue Reading
Some BYOD legal concerns are evident, such as invading users' privacy. Other concerns, such as liability and overtime, aren't as obvious. Continue Reading