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The Impact of Wearable Technology on Workplace Security

Rick Delgado
There’s no avoiding the clear trend that will come as the general public adopts wearable technology. The risks that accompany wearable devices are real, but they can be managed by the company willing to prepare for what’s to come. Common sense approaches and the latest security technology can go a long way to ensure a company’s data is protected. Once preparations are complete, businesses can proceed to reap the benefits that wearable technology brings.
The Impact of Wearable Technology on Workplace Security

Wearables in the Enterprise: CIO Implications

bvellmure
In my last post, I highlighted the imminent penetration of wearables into society, considering some of the broader implications. In this post, I’d like to narrow in a bit on the topic of wearables in the enterprise, and the implications this will have on the CIO.
Wearables in the Enterprise: CIO Implications

Is Wearable Tech the Future of Social Media?

Sendible
Science fiction writers have been conjecturing for decades about a future where man and machine become one, spawning essentially a new race of cyborgs. Rarely, however, did they put forth the idea that our clothes would be the catalyst for this evolution.
Is Wearable Tech the Future of Social Media?

Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

BradFriedman
The newest wearable tech from Apple arrives in stores in early 2015, giving you plenty of time to check out the specs, see what all the hype is about, recover from any potential “the future is now” moments you encounter along the way, and ponder how things could change in the next few months for wearable tech, social media, and life as we know it.
Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

The Digitization of Everything: Wearables Rising

bvellmure
Since the early days of computing, ever shrinking computers have been on a collision course towards human integration. The distinction between what is physical and digital continues to dissolve. I observed a friend of mine the other day had 6 devices on his person; 2 phones, 2 tablets, a fitbit, and a laptop. But, even those devices are being “splintered” down even further. The numbers of sensors (tiny little computers) embedded within today’s mobile devices are exploding.
The Digitization of Everything: Wearables Rising

Is Wearable Tech Putting Your Data at Risk?

Rick Delgado
The rising availability of wearable tech like the Apple iWatch and Google Glass is changing the modern business world with goals of higher productivity and a better bottom line in mind.
Is Wearable Tech Putting Your Data at Risk?

Smart Wearables Market Will Reach $53.2 Billion in 2019

David H Deans
The idea of wearable technology as a mass market category is relatively new and still quite volatile -- where the expectations of change are very high. Moreover, some analysts say that user demand in the wearables market has already arrived, despite the relatively low adoption rates.
Smart Wearables Market Will Reach $53.2 Billion in 2019

Apple Watch: Transforming Apple into a Luxury Fashion Retailer

CharleneLi1
While most of the tech and business press focused on the functionality of the Apple Watch, discreetly milling around the event were the fashion press, invited by Apple’s new fashion and design team. The fact that Apple Watch comes in three distinct collections — Apple Watch, Sport, and Apple Watch Edition — mirrors how fashion targets different demographics and tastes with separate lines.
Apple Watch: Transforming Apple into a Luxury Fashion Retailer

How to Use Wearable Tech to Rev Up Your Real-Time Event Social Media

ChrisSyme
Wearable tech is all the rage, but how can we use it in social media? Your events may provide the perfect backdrop for video shorts using Google Glass, GoPro, or Pivothead glasses.
How to Use Wearable Tech to Rev Up Your Real-Time Event Social Media

Why You Should Worry About Wearable Tech and Wireless Security

Janice Legnitto
They track our movements, monitor our health, and record where we’ve been and what we’ve seen. They’re wearable computing devices – one of the hottest trends in tech today. According to a 2013 Nielsen survey, 15% of U.S. consumers already own and use some form of wearables.
Why You Should Worry About Wearable Tech and Wireless Security