Why technology is coming at us so fast
There is a reason, several actually, that technology is coming at us so fast.
The Roadblocks to an Intelligent Business
There’s a difference between an Intelligent Business and Business Intelligence.
The Risks of A Hybrid Approach to Newspaper IT Investments
Newspapers risk huge costs with a hybrid approach to buying technology.
What the COVE project Means to Atlantic Canada
The region of Atlantic Canada came into being hundreds of years ago because of the access to the North American content and its riches, along with the bounty of the sea. For hundreds of years, fisheries were a vital part of the regional economy. Later came oil and gas. But a once thriving region, an…
The Best Retail Technology is Invisible
Many a retail chain has made a drive to be more “digital” and one of those ways was through what is called “omnichannel” marketing, which is just a marketing term for being across every print and digital channel to connect with consumers. Many a retailer thought putting up touch screens in store and making tech…
Senior Citizens & Smarthomes = Gold
The race to bring IoT or Internet-of-Things devices to consumer homes is a few years old now. Right now, it’s a plodding sort of race. Most people are familiar with the Nest home thermostat, then their smoke detector that has had its share of issues. There’s the rather fun but nowhere near essential Phillips Hue…
Smarthomes: The Challenges
The smarthome market, meaning the home where your fridge, stove, microwave, lights, furnace and perhaps soon your toilet, are all connected via WiFi and managed through your smartphone, is set to reach $137 Billion by 2023. This according to research firm MarketsandMarkets. The first major entrant into this space was thermostat company, Nest. Google bought…