Data Collection & Mobility Articles

  1. New Technology Provides Insights Into Populations Of Consumers And Their Behaviors

    SpaceCurve CEO Dane Coyer says when his company began, there wasn’t a platform that could index space and time data collected from the physical world. He founded the company in 2009 that developed a solution — the origin of which was an attempt to organize data for Google Earth — that enables companies including retailers, real estate agencies, and advertising firms, to have insights into customers as well as potential customers.

  2. Millennials In The Work Place: It Means Change — For The Better

    Now, 50 percent of the national workforce is comprised of millennials, according to a new report from LogMeIn’s subsidiary JoinMe. In 25 years, that number will jump to 75 percent of the workforce.

  3. EHR And Telehealth: See Legislation Leap Through 21st Century Cures Act

    As quickly as technology advances in healthcare, the way it is adopted and adapted is heavily impacted by government actions at all levels.

  4. Why Health IT VARs Could Soon Deal With The “Chief Patient Experience Officer”

    Patient-centered health may seem simple, but it’s one that’s easy to foul up in the execution. While the concept is one that’s imitable through taking a look at other industries, getting healthcare organizations to a point of applied patient-centered health will require focused initiatives and invested leadership, frequently coming from a dedicated executive officer.

  5. Report: Why Your Data-Driven IT Clients Have The Edge In Today’s Marketplace

    The most significant shift in the world of Big Data last year was the emergence of velocity as the competitive differentiator, according to IBM Research.

  6. Don’t Make These Mistakes Other VARs Make With SMB Customers

    SMBs have different purchasing habits than other market segments. According to a Cisco whitepaper for example, SMBs buy more bundled services than any other segment for reasons that include reliability, quality, integration, ease of doing business, and price. Knowing the ins and outs can be a challenge for VARs, MSPs, integrators, and software developers, but there is also a chance to differentiate yourself among your competitors by expertly addressing SMBs’ needs.

  7. Why Your Health IT Clients Could Be Slow To Move To New Technologies

    Medical technology has reached a point where you can do a cardiogram, examine a child’s eardrum, diagnose skin rashes, even refract your eyes, all with a smartphone, and according to Dr. Eric Topol, that’s just the beginning.

  8. When Will Your IT Customers Use The IoT?

    More and more, sensors, wearables, and “smart” devices are entering the consumer market — but when will your business IT clients incorporate these technologies?

  9. One-Quarter Of Companies Fall Short Of Business Transformation Goals

    A report from KPMG found that while the nearly all of U.S. companies are transforming their businesses (98 percent), about 25 percent fail to realize the optimal value of their initiatives.

  10. Sensors Can Help Your IT Clients Fight Freight, Equipment Theft

    Electronic sensors are helping decrease cargo theft in freight, according to an article from Fleet Owner.