IoT technology uses new network protocols, hardware and specialized software, and successful deployments will require expertise in cybersecurity, wireless networking, data science and industrial automation.
Stories by Ann Bednarz
Increasing Mac numbers inspired LEGO to streamline device management
Apple TVs and iPads give patients more control at Jacobs Medical Center. Behind the scenes, UCSD Health Sciences relies on Jamf technology to manage and secure its interactive patient care system.
Starting salaries for newly hired IT workers are forecast to climb 3.8% in 2017
Data scientists are in line for the biggest pay hikes among data/data administration pros
Employers more willing to negotiate pay rates, reports Robert Half Technology
Demand for virtual reality experts and machine learning engineers is spiking as enterprise adoption of these technologies grows.
Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium is blanketed with wireless access points built into handrails and a distributed antenna system to boost mobile coverage.
3M unseats Google as most preferred workplace for millennials in survey from National Society of High School Scholars
Tech companies snag 20 spots on Glassdoor's ranking of 25 highest paying companies in America
Enterprise storage, backup and disaster recovery products win over IT pros.
Network World 30th Anniversary: The digital nervous system of the modern enterprise is driving today’s digital transformations.
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Tech companies made a strong showing among the top U.S. patent recipients for 2015, but ranking questions emerge
The philanthropic landscape is vast, and finding the right charitable fit for a company takes time. We heard from tech companies of all sizes that have found ways to build social and charitable programs. Here are some approaches that work for them.