Tech Data Says Now’s the Time to Get in on IoT
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Despite the recession, speakers at the distributor’s IoT Virtual Symposium event said today, spending on IoT solutions is heating up. 
Setting a Course For A Golf Course With Bing Maps
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With more than 25 million regular players worldwide, there’s no doubt that golf is one of the most popular past times on the planet.  And it’s a sport that’s growing every year.  The National Gol
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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The sports world is slowly getting back to normal. Pro football started when we expected, while baseball started way late. The World Series will end in November. The Stanley Cup Playoffs may end tonight or Wednesday (go Stars!). The two NBA finalists are set (LeBron again? Of course).
ShAIdes 2.0
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How-To
ShAIdes 2.0 is a much smaller, more practical, redesign of the original. ShAIdes is a transparent UI for the real world.
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IoTPlaybook Insight: IoT security always needs more help. Microsoft's Azure Defender for IoT: Agentless Security for OT offers end-to-end security solutions and you can try it for FREE during the public preview.
Cultivating an IoT Niche
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Turning a custom IoT solution into a repeatable one can be lucrative; think measure, monitor, monetize.
 Delivering quality healthcare through mixed reality
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As the adage goes: The only constant is change. Nowhere is this more evident than in the field of healthcare. Outside of aerospace and defense, few industries drive the adoption of new technology like healthcare.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
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We’ve learned many new things this year, including that we can have too many hurricanes for the list of approved names. What happens after that? We start on the Greek alphabet. Hurricane Beta is hitting Texas and Louisiana this evening.
OVID-19 and PM10 Levels!
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How-To
Experimental studies would assert the possibility that PM10 may act as a “carrier” for the spreading of the viral infection of COVID-19.
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Telehealth has been promoted as a safer way to deliver acute, chronic, primary, and specialty care. Yet, for most providers, telehealth resembles a patchwork of point products.

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