Monthly Archive: April 2018

Pitching in on the dilemma of IoT Security

No surprises that connected devices are insecure, and that there are opportunities for companies to offer innovative solutions to the problem.  If you are one of those companies, we still have slots to pitch at our IoT Security meeting, co-hosted with IoT World on May 17th. To read the full...

MEMBER NEWS: New DNS Encryption Tools Accelerate Privacy Online

Brand new Domain Naming Service (DNS) Cloudflare is gaining firm ground among internet users. Unlike many other DNS providers, Cloudflare positions itself as strictly privacy-oriented service. According to CUJO AI data, it has acquired nearly 4% of the total DNS market since its launch on April 1st and now stands...

RECAP: Video Streaming

ComTech Forum members and their guests met at Prospect Silicon Valley on Friday to preview the new season of Video Streaming and ponder on re-runs as we discussed the incumbent and new technology influencing the ratings to bring the best shows to device driven consumers. Setting the scene with a...

MEMBER NEWS: KPMG Technology Innovation Report

Part 1 of KPMG’s 2018 Technology Innovation report unveils the global cities and markets that are leading as top innovation hubs. The publication includes perspectives from more than 750 global technology industry leaders (85 percent C-Suite) and explores insights on innovation management. It also contains overviews on 16 separate countries....

RECAP: Autonomous Vehicles

Author: Derek Kerton, Chairman, Telecom Council The IoT Forum hosted our members in our Autonomous Vehicles meeting, in collaboration with The Autotech Council and sponsors Intel, Rhode and Schwartz, and Planet M. We gathered in the auditorium at Western Digital, who provide storage solutions that are critical to these smart...