Walmart filed a patent in August for a shopping cart that monitors various biometric signals, like a customer's body temperature, heart rate and tightness of grip on the handle. According to the patent titled System And Method For Biometric Feedback Cart Handle, the data would be..
What Ford’s change says about flexibility and why IT should pay attention.
Ford Motor Company announced earlier this year its plan to stop production of all passenger sedans except for two: the Ford Mustang and the Focus Active. Citing plunging sales and declining profits from its passenger car lineup, Ford will shift its resources to the booming market segments: pickups, SUVs and crossover-utility vehicles, according to CEO Jim Hackett.
So, what does Ford’s elimination of familiar..
Tenable Network Security is hoping to make vulnerability management great again.
The security vendor, based in Columbia, Md., unveiled a new cloud-based vulnerability management platform, dubbed Tenable.io, this week at RSA Conference 2017. Tenable.io, which is delivered as a software-as-a-service offering, includes an API and software development kit that allows third parties to export and import vulnerability data. The..
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"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" isn’t just a tale of scrappy rebels fighting against an evil Empire. With the issues it raises, including device authentication, asset management, and privilege control, it’s also a story about information security. Well, more like a cautionary tale.
The Empire we love to hate has exhaust-port-size holes in the way it conducts its secret affairs. Seriously, it’s..
I grew up LOVING Star Trek: The Next Generation. One of the key elements of this show was the ship’s computer, LCARS, which could control and interact with various other systems and sensors of the ship on behalf of the crew. If I had to pinpoint anything in my life that drove me to IT, I think it would have to be how much I enjoyed the idea of the helpful computer in ST:TNG that made people’s lives easier.
You can imagine the waves of childish joy that fell over me upon..
There are serveral compelling reasons for enlisting a healthcare MSP,..
In Remembrance of the “Good Old Days”
Do you remember how much less complicated IT used to be? Don’t get me wrong, being in IT has always been challenging. There’s always been enormous pressure on IT from the business, mostly because there has been this pervasive struggle to leverage IT to create an advantage against competition. Therefore, in lieu of strategic value, IT has sometimes been relegated to the category of “cost center”. Some of you may even be in IT departments that report up..
Clinical-grade cloud + mobile technologiesWhat’s in your healthcare equation?
Control your own medical records and get seamless, immediate access to doctors and specialists whenever you need them.
Customer service expectations are higher than ever, and patients are ultimately customers. They expect the same levels of service at the doctor’s office or hospital that they are accustomed to from other businesses, and that includes digital services accessible through their mobile devices...
Companies can reduce the risk from the type of cyberattack that took out major websites on Friday by using multiple vendors for the critical Internet service known as a domain name service, or DNS, companies and security experts said on Sunday.
“We have advocated for years for redundancy in your infrastructure,” said Kyle York, chief strategy officer for Dyn, the New Hampshire DNS provider that was attacked on Friday. “I don’t think you can ever be safe enough or redundant enough.”