Data and Telecom : June 2016 Archives - Page 2

Companies’ communications strategies must be agile in a rapidly evolving market

Bluetooth 5 Bringing a Significant Upgrade

13 Jun, 2016

Bluetooth 5.0 will double the speed and increase the range of the previous standard by a factor of four. ...More >

Big Numbers for LTE, Internet Control and Flying Cars

10 Jun, 2016

This week's news includes big numbers for LTE, congressional bills and flying cars. ...More >

Same Old, Same Old for Android – For Now, at Least

09 Jun, 2016

A look at where Google is with Android Marshmallow, Android N and a reported secret version of the OS. ...More >

What It Will Take to Manage Wearables at Work

08 Jun, 2016

Employees want to bring to work what they use/wear elsewhere, but frustrations, security and data privacy make it complicated. ...More >

The Smartphone Device Landscape in Flux

08 Jun, 2016

If some players exit the manufacturing market, others may join, or current players may grow stronger. ...More >

Smart Cities Concept Faces Standards, Cost Hurdles

06 Jun, 2016

Deep coordination is one of the many challenges that smart cities face, along with costs and standards. ...More >

Electronic Health Records Progressing, Still Not Ubiquitous

03 Jun, 2016

News this week included EHR use rates, mobile data traffic growth numbers, SCADA malware, SDN/NFV savings predictions and LTE testing plans. ...More >

Lots of IoT and IIoT Security Concerns, Little Action

02 Jun, 2016

People are worried about security and the privacy of the IoT and IIoT. They have not, however, done the work of ensuring that their infrastructures, which contain IoT/IIoT and other elements, are secure. ...More >

The Telecom Capex Picture Appears to Be Improving

01 Jun, 2016

Telecommunications is a capital-intensive business, and it seems that the tide has turned on the poor landscape of the past few years. ...More >

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