Army connects dumpsters to IoT

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The Army Corps of Engineers is bringing the internet of things to waste disposal, installing 100 sensors in dumpsters at Fort Carson, Colo. Enevo’s small, battery-powered, sensors will be put in dumpsters and containers where they will daily collect data on the temperature, tilt, and fill levels, providing …

Dell Technologies World 2018: Why Identity Management Is a Threat for Small Businesses

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As small and midsized businesses try to chart a strategy for digital transformation, ensuring data security is becoming increasingly difficult. Threats are getting more sophisticated and numerous, and the emergence of the Internet of Things as a crucia…

CNBC: Facebook’s smart speaker could debut outside the US

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According to rumors, Facebook decided that since it’s mired in privacy controversies this year’s F8 event might not be the best time to introduce an always-listening connected home device. Amazon has Alexa and Echo, Apple has Siri and HomePod, Microsoft pushes Cortana and Google has …

How Smart Home Control Systems are Beneficial to Families

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The advancements in technology have provided a modern convenience that proves to be well worth the investment. Whether you’re looking to save money, have a more efficient home, or increase the safety of your loved ones, then home automation is something worth considering. Don’t like ads?

More Than Half of Companies Aren’t Prepared to Use Today’s Top Technologies

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Ahead of Dell Technologies World, held this week in Las Vegas, Fortune sat down with him to discuss artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and why most businesses aren’t yet prepared to embrace them. (The conversation has been condensed and edited for clarity.) Fortune: So you’ve got a new …

Which smart home hub is right for you? Everything you need to know

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However, for whatever reason, the company hasn’t focused on home automation in the same way Amazon and Google have. You can still use your iPhone, iPad, Watch or even Apple TV as a hub to control lights, locks, window blinds, garage doors, smart plugs and other devices (or ask Siri to do it for …