Tags : IoT

Austin 2018 Economic Forecast – Acceleration

By Sarah Weber For the first time in its history, the Texas CEO Magazine Economic Forecast featured a panel composed entirely of tech leaders. And where better to host that panel than in Austin, the Texas city that is quickly becoming the next tech frontier? The Austin forecast, presented in conjunction with the Baylor University […]Read More

IIoT: Industrial Internet of Things

WELCOME TO ANOTHER ACRONYM  By Tony Streeter Finally got the Internet of Things figured out? Well, now there’s the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to tackle as well. But before we jump in, let’s take a step back and ground ourselves in a few definitions. According to Wikipedia, the Internet of Things (IoT) is “the […]Read More

Jim Nyquist: At The Inflection Point Of IIoT

Jim Nyquist likes to use the phrase “inflection point” when he talks about the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). An inflection point is when the direction of a curve changes in response to an event, resulting in significant change. The industrial manufacturing sector is at an inflection point right now, and in his role as […]Read More

5 Tech Trends

WILL DISRUPTION DOUBLE OR DESTROY YOUR BUSINESS?  By Tim Hamilton We are all familiar with industries that have been upended by recent technology innovations. Whether it is Wikipedia relegating encyclopedias to the history books, Netflix taking over the home entertainment industry, or Uber disrupting transportation, next generation business models are rapidly overtaking traditional ways of serving […]Read More

Of Hal, Skynet and iRobot

EVOLVING BUSINESS AND LEGAL ISSUES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, BIG DATA AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS By Erin Fonte Discussions regarding artificial intelligence (AI) used to be limited to ComiCon and other sci-fi gatherings, or lunch time in the Stanford engineering school robotics department. But with recent changes in technology and the launch of products and […]Read More

The Internet (R)Evolution

WILL YOUR COMPANY BE LEFT BEHIND? By John Curran What would CEOs say if they were told the Internet their business relies on was never intended to be the commercial platform it is today? How would they react if told that the ceiling limiting the number of addresses supporting the Internet’s expansion has been reached […]Read More