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Discussing IoT Adoption, Benefits, and Distribution

By 2025, there will be over 23 billion connections on the Internet of Things (IoT) compared to 15.1 billion in 2021, according to a recent report from GSMA, an industry organization that represents the interests of mobile network operators worldwide.  The Internet of Things is ...


Three Leadership Solutions for a Collaborative Remote/Hybrid Workplace

Like it or not, remote and hybrid work is here to stay. Even with pandemic office lockdowns easing, many workers who began working from home at the start of the pandemic are still doing so in some capacity. According to a recent Gallup survey, which ...


With 5G on the Horizon, 3G to Sunset By December 

3G networks in the U.S. will be retired at the end of this year. Unlike their predecessor (2G), these 3G networks will be replaced much faster with more current technology. As we previously reported, AT&T has already turned off its 3G network, and T-Mobile will ...


Personal Data Produced By IoT Devices

Given that the Internet of Things (IoT) can produce tremendous amounts of data, security is a major concern. In addition to the initial creation of the data on an individual device, data is sent to centralized systems that collect and store it for future use ...


What the Healthcare Industry Needs to Adopt Blockchain

Blockchain technology will not only revolutionize medical records, it will also create a patient-centric healthcare industry dramatically different from what exists today. As discussed in previous posts, blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger of transactions that records data in a way that prevents hacking and ...


Three Steps To Develop A Successful Ethical AI Standards Framework

A 2019 survey from Gartner found that 37% of businesses and organizations employ artificial intelligence (AI), DataProt reported. However, few organizations are taking steps to mitigate the risk associated with AI systems, such as their propensity for bias and privacy infringements. A 2021 PwC research ...


Check Out Glassdoor’s Top 10 Technical Careers (IEEE Education Week)

Technical jobs are among the most popular and well-paying careers in today’s job market. Whether you are a recent college graduate or a professional looking to change roles, there is no shortage of technical careers from which to choose. However, some technical careers are more ...


Three Simple Ways Non-Native English Speakers Can Improve Their Presentation Skills

Public speaking is a necessary but often dreaded part of almost everyone’s job. If you’re a technical professional whose first language is not English, you may find the prospect of speaking before an English-speaking audience particularly nerve-wracking.  According to Deborah Grayson Riegel, co-author of the ...

The Internet of Things Is Becoming A Reality: Use the IEEE Academy on IoT to Increase Your Skills

In the future, the Internet of Things (IoT) will make the world a far more connected place – from smart homes, cities, and workplaces to faster, more efficient supply chains. The IoT is a network of interlinked devices that harness the internet to continuously capture ...