Consolidation has been a hot topic in government conversations of late. As more and more Internet-based activities move toward being cloud-based, the acceptance of open standards within the government has become a necessity. A recent article by Tim Solms on Fedscoop outlined how and why the move to open standards is a move towards securing the future of federal networks. Learn more
As we can see from Damian Hennessey’s article on the implications of 3D printing on the IoT, there is no question that 3D printing is a significant part of our technology upgrades in the past decade. We have seen particular improvements when using this technology in automotive, healthcare and electronics industries and we know that this movement will only continue to grow. Learn more
According to Cisco, the number of connected devices worldwide will rise from 15 billion today to 50 billion by 2020. Global spending on IoT devices is estimated to grow to $1.7 trillion in 2020. The bottom line is that IoT devices are more than just a hot topic, they are here and will only continue to grow in prevalence and technology. Learn more
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