There seems to be confusion in corporate America about whether or not to delete data. On one hand, there are legal departments that advise keeping everything forever, and on the other are those that recommend deleting everything as a matter of policy as soon as possible — whacking away at files and folders on your file servers like a drunk landscaper whirling a weed whacker around your yard. Meanwhile, IT is stuck in the middle trying to develop and engineer systems to enforce ever-changing data retention policies.
Category: Internet of Things
Two underdogs in the wireless marketplace have announced their intent to marry, and the deal has all the makings of a brand new opera. From regulatory challenges to betting on 5G acceleration, it’s clear the transaction between T-Mobile and Sprint is chock full of opportunities, hurdles and drama. It’s also clear from the announcement that 80% shareholder Softbank has conceded the inevitable need for a transaction to benefit from their position in Sprint. T-Mobile will get a much needed infusion of subscribers, spectrum and infrastructure to accelerate growth and 5G deployment.
Could treating our bodies like cars reduce healthcare costs by 80%?
Technology, Digital and Change Recruiter La Fosse Associates recently interviewed Rabin Yaghoubi, former Chief Commercial Officer for Babylon Health and ex-director of Google. Rabin discusses innovation in the healthcare space, why disruption is slow but substantial, and how the UK could soon emerge as HealthTech’s leading global player.
General Electric coined the term Industrial Internet in late 2012. It is effectively synonymous with the Industrial Internet of Things and abbreviated as Industrial IoT or IIoT. While many of us are familiar with the Internet of Things used by Nike+ FuelBand, FitBits, Hello Barbie, Nest and Samsung Fridge as connected devices,...