Posts Tagged ‘Wireless at Work’
In 2010, the FCC voted wireless was different so it developed mobile-specific rules. Fast forward to present day, and the tremendous innovation and competition Americans enjoy today make it clear that the Commission made the right decision. #WirelessIsDifferent
Helping struggling IT departments give their employees the mobile experience they want while protecting sensitive corporate data, MaaS360 by IBM Senior Director of Product Management Anar Taori discusses her company’s security solution to manage devices, apps and email on every device that touches the enterprise.
Eliminating its carbon footprint altogether, VP Energy’s Engineering Manager David Dekarske discusses the electro fuel cell that “recycles” water by using waste water to primarily fuel the cell to create green energy for businesses and consumers.
The Boston Metropolitan Water Resources Authority uses wireless to identify and respond to problems quickly as well as improve its management of water quality and flow.
While mHealth has made huge strides in health and disease management, Isonea CEO Michael Thomas says we’ve only started to see the potential. By collecting and analyzing data, mobile health software could make significant strides in predicting and preventing issues while improving diagnostics and monitoring.
Pebble Product Evangelist Myriam Joire talks about the wearable technology world, and focuses on its ability to enhance consumers’ lives by seamlessly integrating our information to connected devices.
When disaster strikes, people need their wireless devices more than ever, which is why wireless carriers invest millions of dollars in strengthening their networks, upgrading their capabilities and making sure their response teams and back-ups are ready to go. Watch AT&T put its Network Disaster Recovery team to the test in one of their emergency […]
Many apps use data such as your location to enrich your mobile experience, but many consumers are unaware of the information their favorite apps collect and how it’s used. Jonathan Zuck of the Association of Competitive Technology discusses the importance of privacy policies and the need to create readable versions.