internet of things

Every day, more and more companies are relying on the IoT to bump up efficiency, productivity, and quality on the factory floor. From real-time quality assurance on the assembly line to speeding up inventory procedures, here are just a few ways companies are making the IoT work to their advantage.
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Whether it's a full scale legacy system overhaul, or simply moving to social media channels to better engage with  audiences, companies don't have the luxury of time  on their side to pursue digital transformation as late adopters.  
Stories of increasingly vicious cyber-attacks have dominated the headlines this year. It seems like every day we wake up to news of another attack on the scale of the Yahoo data breach, the Democratic National Committee hack, or the NSA source code leak.
What is the Internet Of Things and how can companies leverage the technology. From the AOL Partner Studio
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The integration of payment technology brings wearables to the masses as a mainstream phenomenon. Not everyone wants a device that will track their steps or sleep patterns, but anyone can appreciate the freedom of going walletless.
These innovations are bound to change our lives forever. From the AOL Partner Studio
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The desire to have better, stronger communications with one another at all times often fuels progress, but are we taking full advantage of the technology at our fingertips? As our capabilities evolve, we also create opportunities for improvement.
By ignoring IoT, nearly half of Canadian businesses are putting themselves at a significant risk of falling behind their competition (both domestic and global) as their industries innovate around them. To help understand the impact IoT can have on their industries, here are five questions that every Canadian business should be asking.
Canada has been responsible for some of the greatest technological innovations in the world. Over the past 150 years inventions like the Canadarm, the telephone and pacemakers have dramatically impacted our culture and how we function in society, with 2016 being no exception.
While your business may not need to support a web-enabled temporary tattoo to measure UV levels, it's important to start paying attention to the IoT space now to prepare for the surge that's about to hit, especially given that IoT applications may have a potential economic impact of as much as $11.1 trillion per year by 2025.