Category: Thought Pieces

Morse Code for IoT Devices?

Sometimes, I just can’t help but show my age and complain about the kids of today.  Society is regressing … resorting to grunts (text acronyms) and cave paintings (snapchat) to communicate.  It seems that even the most cutting edge of technology is throwing back to early communications with the birth...

IoT delivering Healthcare excellence

Finding the right healthcare professional may soon have a new variable … how far they are in terms of adopting IoT solutions.  The potential for offsite to improve patient outcomes, and consequently patient confidence, healthcare providers will need to add IoT to their arsenal of benefits. To read the full Crunchbase article,...

No Security? No Problem!

Whether a case of not knowing or not caring, the tech savvy millennial seems less concerned about the security of their IoT device than one would expect.  Perhaps growing up in an era where tech has been largely secure has led to complacency? To read the full EWeek article, click here.

Connect your toys with caution

This time next week, on both sides of the pond, consumers will be moments away from Black Friday madness. Simpler offerings may have the edge over tech toys this year as parents evaluate security concerns. To read the full Tech Crunch article, click here.

Move over WebMD, IoT has my back

As a society obsessed with our “steps” and with a penchant for self diagnoses, I foresee a boom in IoT health applications. My hope is that we will become better connected hypochondriacs, with a health professional at the end of the sensor assuaging our fears. To read the full HIT Consultant article,...