Internet of Things

Wearable Technology in the Supply Chain: 3 Benefits | Cerasis

Wearables are very self-explanatory. Wearables refers to devices that are connected to an internet source and allow workers to perform supply chain tasks without the need of taking up space or additional resources, asserts Supply Chain 24/7. Essentially, wearables are the “new type of tablet on the wrist, face, head, or other body part.”Wearables are very self-explanatory. Wearables refers to devices that are connected to an internet source and allow workers to perform supply chain tasks without the need of taking up space or additional resources, asserts Supply Chain 24/7. Essentially, wearables are the “new type of tablet on the wrist, face, head, or other body part.”

Top 8 Trends in Big Data for 2016 – FREE White Paper | Tableau Software

This past year was an important one for Big Data. We saw more businesses accepting that data, in all forms and sizes, is critical for the best possible decision-making. In support of this, we’ll continue to see the systems that support non-relational or unstructured forms of data, as well as massive data volumes, evolve and mature to operate well inside of Enterprise IT systems. This will enable business users, along with data scientists, to fully realize and unlock the value in big data.

10 ways IoT is making successful inroads into business – TechRepublic

The Internet of Things is finding its way into a host of industries, from transportation to health care to factory maintenance. Many companies are still engaged in proofs of concept to see where the Internet of Things (IoT) can bring value to their operations and strategies, but a number of IoT apps have already taken root in a cross-section of industry sectors and are producing favorable business impact. Here are 10 good examples.