Can the IoE Revolutionize Alternative Medicine?
The other week I found myself chatting with a fellow healthcare (and Cisco) enthusiast on Twitter about alternative medicine and I experienced an Aha! moment – alternative medicine may soon have an entirely new face if it’s driven by consumer adoption of advanced (and in many cases, currently available) technologies. Let me explain. I recently wrote […]
Summary: TelePresence for SMBs: It isn’t just for the big guys anymore
If you’re in an SMB company you might think of telepresence as a tool built for enterprise, something that would be nice to have for your small business but just out of reach. You’d be wrong. Video conferencing solutions like Telepresence and even web-based technologies like WebEx are more affordable than ever, making them a […]
Los Angeles Unified School District – Hack the iPads!
It didn’t take long, but soon after the Los Angeles Unified School District began their rollout of some 650,000 iPads to their students, they ran into some technical issues. Students in at least one of LAUSD’s high schools quickly discovered a way to bypass the security on the devices. Still in Phase 1 of the […]
Check Ins – Why location needs to be part of Authentication and Identity
Dude, where’s my IP? I love to check in on social networks like Foursquare and Google+. Most of the time, there’s no point to it, but it’s fun to see what friends and colleagues are up to or discover new local haunts. Despite the fun and games, location is much more important to the network […]
Security and Insecurity in the Internet of Everything
The Internet of Everything is a big thing, and it’s going to get bigger. As more devices, sensors, gadgets, and people get interconnected, you’ll hear more and more about it. But there’s one aspect of the Internet of Everything that I don’t hear a lot about. That aspect is security, both in the form of […]
Is the Future of Mobility a Disappearing Act?
As a mobile expert and thought leader, I’m frequently asked about what the next big thing in mobility will be, and my answer often surprises inquirers – mobile’s future is a disappearing act. When most people think about the future of mobility, they think of larger, possibly flexible mobile screens, thinner and lighter designs, and […]
Balancing certification studies with family and work
When it comes to furthering your career in technology, the name of the game is certifications. But studying for certifications requires time and energy and both of those are pretty scarce when you’re already working full time. You’ve just gotten out of work where you’ve had to use your body and brain for the last […]
Los Angeles Unified School District – iPads for Everyone!
Earlier this year, Los Angeles Unified School District announced a $30 Million deal with Apple to distribute iPads to every single one of their estimated 650,000 students. This marks a milestone in public education as the first ever school district to deploy this kind of device to each and every student. Over the past several […]