Internet of Things (IoT) Tag

Security concerns are at the forefront for the European Commission With 5G right around the corner, the European Commission (EC) has made recommendations regarding the cybersecurity of 5G networks. These recommendations come from a meeting of the European Council that was held on March 22. The...

NetScout's report will help many companies change their security protocols. NetScout's 14th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report was just released this week. The report looked at the attacks on SaaS (Software-as-a-service) Services and data centers. NetScout based its research on a survey of its own customers,...

With the ever-growing demand of technology, how is VR keeping up? Virtual Reality has been widely talked about for the past couple of years. No one knows when it will be commonly used. However, we are getting one step closer. HTC is trying to replicate the...

Does GIS have a future in elections? There have been numerous states that have advocated for the use of GIS in elections. They believe that GIS will produce a more accurate and reliable system. So how will GIS become a reliable system? With dynamically stacking data...

Why China is beating the US in the gigabit broadband race? In this day of age, everything is a race. It turns out the gigabit broadband race is mainly between the United States and China. Recently, Rethink Technology came out with a report that they believe...

We know all about 5G, but now it’s time to find out about 10G! Just as we were getting around to figuring out 5G, the telecommunications industry rolled out their 10G initiative at the Consumer Electronics Show. 10G will be the latest in advance network technology...

5G is being tested as we speak, with download speeds of 4.5 gigabits a second, the waiting days are over. There is going to be a seismic shift in technology in 2019. Our wireless systems will have an instant upgrade in a couple of months. How...

GIS has drastically changed from its conception to now. While the technology has always been impactful its reach is much deeper than originally thought.  GIS (Geographic Information Systems) was developed in 1964. It was called the Canada Geographic System (CGIS) by Roger Tomlinson but was not...