When it comes to First Responders, the last thing you want to do is have your hands tied up with phones. Keeping your hands free to protect and defend is essential. However communication to keep coordination is also essential. The use of Land Mobile Radio [LMR] systems with Push to Talk [PTT] solutions is how […]
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Does It Take An Olympian Effort to Hack the Olympic Games?
There are lots of story opportunities to talk about here. According to the NY Times the attack was based on some stolen credentials from a member of the Korean Olympic Committee. Just likes Clams, one coughs and gives them all away. From that one credential came a cascade of troubles, including the loss of Wi-Fi, […]
The 5 Things to Look For At CES.
What Announcements Should we Focus on? CES is the largest event in the US aimed at showing Consumer Electronics. These days that includes lots of “things” from drones to wearables. What should we expect to see pervade the marketplace after CES. What will become viral and what will be become a faint memory. James Brehm, Mike […]
Don’t Worry Be Forecasts.
I receive Business Insider’s IoT Briefing curated news in my email. They always have interesting headlines and sometimes I think they have a sense of humor. Peter Newman’s curation today had the irony of these warring charts. The first was talking about the Smart Home lock company Otto that has lost its funding and leaves […]
Why IoT is Worth the IT Risk?
A recent survey of Fortune 500 companies on behalf of the Wall Street Journal by Korn / Ferry International discovered that the average compensation for CIO’s has gone from 1.9M two years ago to 2.6M. However, the compensation at risk has gone up by 68%. If you have talked to CIO’s the risk reward strategy […]
Dead Monopoly vs. Modern Myopia: AT&T + Time Warner
Okay for those who don’t know, I am a bell head through and through. So my viewpoint is a skewed. If this were a regulatory rant, I would rage on that we have existing laws that date back to 19th century (1890s) and uses the terms “telephonic and telegraphic” as to what they are regulating. […]
Elon Musk Wins his Bet, but Australia Hasn’t Won Yet!
When Elon Musk got called out on a Tesla boast that he could bring a battery storage system that could stop the power outage that occurred in South Australia, he was challenged by Mike Cannon-Brooks to show he was serious. Elon Musk responded by saying he would deliver 100 MW battery on –line in 100 […]
Anaqua: Finding the Blue Ocean in a Sea of Red Tape
In case you don’t know the reference, W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne wrote the book on making sure you are not chasing innovation in a market that is already crowded (Red Oceans) and how to find the strategy that leads to innovation and new opportunities. Speaking with Karen Taylor the general manager of Asia […]
A Different Kind of Survey From IOT Evolution and JBrehm & Associates
James Brehm & Associates and IoT Evolution are conducting a study to understand ownership and use of connected products and services. The following survey will explore your experiences with services and products for your car, your home, your personal belongings, and yourself. It should take less than 5 minutes and your responses are confidential. Questions […]
IoT Time Podcast S.2 Ep.31 Bruce Sinclair
On this episode of the IoT Time Podcast, Ken Briodagh, editorial director at IoT Evolution, sits down with Bruce Sinclair, author of the book “IoT Incorporated“, to talk about the business of the IoT, new models and new revenue opportunities. This episode is sponsored by the IoT Evolution Expo, the leading IoT-focused enterprise event in […]