Posts tagged “Internet of Things”

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WTW's week in review: 60 headlines not to be missed, part three

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire over this past week, part two.

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WTW's week in review: 60 headlines not to be missed, part one

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for this past week, part one.

Updated May 26

Charlotte RIoT: A race to the top in IoT, smart cities and 5G

RIoT and NASCAR are leading the technology race into the 21st Century by growing an ecosystem that establishes leadership in IoT, Smart Cities and 5G. Two events in Charlotte showcase what the grassroots Internet of Things group RIoT is helping drive in our region.

Internet of Things arrives at NASCAR Internet of Things arrives at NASCAR

Updated May 26

Premium Lock Inside NetApp: Revenue growth shows tech giant at a turning point (+ video)

Analysis: NetApp's earnings report earlier this week shows that revenue acceleration marks a turning point for the tech firm's storage and other product portfolio, says Technology Business Research Analyst Stephanie Long.

Updated May 25

Premium Lock Inside Lenovo: Mobile, data center losses threaten profitability

Lenovo's latest Yogabook Analysis: Lenovo's revamped go-to-market strategy fueled a return to revenue growth, but operating losses in Mobile and Data Center threaten its profitability, says Technology Business Research Analyst Jack Narcotta.

Updated May 25

Premium Lock Lenovo unveils new strategy, ends 5-quarter revenue slide

After disclosing a major reorganization last week with a new emphasis being placed on China, Lenovo's top executive spells out a new overall strategy for the global tech giant. The company did report a return to revenue growth after five straight quarters of decline.

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Updated May 24

Premium Lock How to make sure your IoT project doesn't fail - Advice from Cisco

Internet of Things Cisco shook up the Internet of Things world on Tuesday with news that some 75 percent of IoT projects have or are failing, according to a global survey. The report made headlines around the world. But for those of you who are IoT project leaders and others wanting to pursue IoT, there is hope. Cisco offers tips on how to improve the survival chances of your project.

May 23

Premium Lock Cisco: Nearly 75% Internet of Things projects are failing

Despite all the hype about the Internet of Things transforming our world, a new survey finds that reality is quite different. According to a survey released at the Internet of Things World Forum, Cisco finds that most IoT projects are failing - for lots of reasons.

What's hurting IoT projects? What's hurting IoT projects?

May 23

Premium Lock Report: Virtual, augmented reality markets (and more) to soar to $37B in a decade

Augmented and virtual reality headsets are by now a reality (pun intended), and they bring about a paradigm shift in form factor for portable electronics.

VR to AR - what's more real? VR to AR - what's more real?

May 22

Premium Lock American Underground's PRSONAS goes for Google Demo Day cash (+ video)

PRSONAS, the Durham- and Wake Forest-based startup developing "interactive holograms that help attract, automate, and analyze customer engagements," will be representing the American Underground at Google Demo Day. Two of the three Demo Day winners came from the AU. And PRSONAS CEO says heading to Silicon Valley is major news as it gains traction will seeking investors.

May 22

Premium Lock The Human Future: Quantum speculations, scifi vs. science fact

Is science fiction a way to approach examining problems such as quantum mechanics, behavior modifying brain implants, and other topics in physics and science? It certainly generated many audience questions at a Moogfest Transhuman session at the American Underground@Main in Durham, Sunday.

Updated May 22

Premium Lock The Human Future: Why autonomous vehicles aren't an automatic success

Do you know why the companies developing autonomous cars do so much on-the-road testing, testing, testing? It's because their software is not good at dealing with novel situations, so they require enormous amounts of experience with actual roads and driving situations.Duke University's Michael Clamann discussed the "Arrival of the Robot Car," in a Moogfest pub talk at Fullsteam Brewery in Durham, Saturday evening.

May 22

Premium Lock Inside Cisco: Don't panic - Acquisitions speeding up transformation

Cisco's headquarters      Analysis: Cisco's most recent earnings report last week shows that the tech giant is accelerating its transformation as well as making more layoffs, says Technology Business Research Analyst Michael Soper.

May 22

WTW's week in review: 65 headlines not to be missed, part two

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire over this past week, part two.

May 22

WTW's week in review: 65 headlines not to be missed, part one

Week in review Here's a look back at technology, life science and other related news as reported in WRAL TechWire for this past week, part one.

May 18

Premium Lock Cisco's 55 consecutive quarter growth of service revenue is over, but ...

Analysis: Cisco services revenue growth hits a pothole after 55 consecutive quarters of year-over-year expansion, but security and data analytics are coming to the rescue, says Technology Business Research Analyst Kelly Lesiczka.

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May 18

Premium Lock WannaCry ransomware & The perils of shoddy attribution: It's the Russians! No wait, it's the North Koreans!

Speculation detracts from real and meaningful conversations about inherent software vulnerabilities that result from manufacturers' refusal to incorporate security-by-design into software development, the failure of organizations all over the world to protect their systems and client data according to their value and potential for harm, and governments' responsibility to manage, secure, and disclose discovered vulnerabilities.

Ransomware attack: 'Ooops ..." Ransomware attack: 'Ooops ..."

Updated May 18

Cisco announces 1,100 more layoffs; stock plunges 7.5%

Cisco's campus on Kit Creek Road in RTP  Cisco Systems said Wednesday that it is laying off 1,100 more workers, deepening job losses at the internet gear maker battling declining revenue. But Cisco's top exec says the tech giant is making progress as the company continues to make acquisitions.

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