IoT Apps for Business & Home

How IoT Apps are Impacting Business and Personal Life

The Internet of Things (IoT) is reshaping industries, and an increasing number of IoT apps are being built to leverage this technology in both business and personal settings.

The idea of the “Internet of Things” dates back to the late 1990s, but the opportunities have been multiplying rapidly in recent years. McKinsey estimates it will grow into an $11 trillion industry segment by 2025. The term IoT is mainly used to reference extending internet connectivity to devices that would not normally be considered “smart.” Sensors are imbedded in everything from natural to man-made objects, enabling these devices to transfer data over the network, independently of any sort of human action.

IoT apps collect and leverage this sensor data, providing an interface for businesses to do everything from operate more efficiently to improve customer experience. IoT apps are also enabling consumers to take better control of their health, home, and more. In this post, we’ll review some of the ways IoT apps are being used to manage health, increase workplace efficiency, and customize your home.

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Top 10 Tech Disruptions over the Past 10 Years

A disruptive technology could be defined as one that displaces an established technology, thereby shaking up an industry and reshaping the trajectory of its future. It could also be a ground-breaking product that creates a completely new industry. Technology is changing at such a rapid pace that we have seen a significant number of tech disruptions in a relatively short time. In honor of our ten-year anniversary as a company (today!!), we thought we would take a look back over the past ten years and highlight those technologies that have had – and continue to have – significant impact on the way we live, work, and play. Read More

Speech Recognition Technology

Speech Recognition Technology in Business

The use of speech recognition technology is increasing and your business could benefit. Do you remember the first time you heard an automated voice recite, “press or say one” when you called a service center? How about the first time you used the little microphone icon on your phone to dictate a text? The option to speak instead of press or type was novel and exciting. Today, speech recognition technology has advanced so significantly that the software can “comprehend” complete sentences, not just a simple number or word. In this blog post, we review what speech recognition is, software options, and current uses. We wrap up with some ideas about the future of speech recognition. Read More

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