Tag Archives : #IoT


Grooming the human element of IoT  

The Internet of Things is already entrenched in the enterprise psyche. There are reams of materials to be found on the business benefits of engaging in the IoT revolution and constant debates around topics such as the bridging the IT/OT divide, the use of case studies, interoperability standards, mobile device management and interconnectivity. But what […]

Terry Stuart, chief innovation officer, Deloitte Canada

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Risky business: location-based intelligence tackles credit management

Change is a constant in the financial world. But over the last decade, the pace and magnitude of change have introduced new imperatives in the management of credit risk. As regulators continue to increase the breadth and depth of regulatory oversight, companies are wrestling to address growing requirements while protecting profitability. Looming over these policy-level […]


David Allen, director of distribution and DMR sales, North America, Intel

Channeling the Intel SMAC stack

As a leading provider of foundational technology, Intel is a good source of insight into new IT industry trends. The company prides itself on its role as market educator, and its website serves as veritable trove of expert information on products, architectures, and implementation best practices served up through technical resources for developers and IT […]


Track and G2 on new people-finding mission

Big Data, advanced analytics and ubiquitous communications are creating a firestorm of opportunity for organizations with the right tools to harness their energy. One of the more promising applications – location-based intelligence services – is now poised for substantial growth. According to a five year forecast from Pyramid Research, global location-based services revenue will reach […]

Tom Gilgan, CTO, Track Group 2