Considering the current stress on the supply chain of laptops and devices, there has never been a better time to re-evaluate a company’s policy on devices. The two options that most will consider are “bring-your-own-device” (BYOD) or providing a standardized device that is paid for by the company.
Do you have more work-from-home (WFH) employees now than you did last year around this time? For many Rhode Island businesses, the answer is, “Yes.”
The reason that the smart device market and IoT has seen a wave of adoption the past few years is because in a lot of ways they make our lives easier. Setting timers in the kitchen, turning on the TV, and getting the perfect lighting to set the mood are all small benefits that appear […]
While programmers and manufacturers of IoT devices likely have the best intentions in mind, hackers are always one step ahead. The minute a new generation of products is connected to the web, there is someone somewhere trying to access them with malicious intent. Over 50% of IoT devices are vulnerable to severe attacks and an […]
We’ve been hearing about 5G technology for a while now, but it’s yet to have a major impact. As with all transitions like this, it takes carriers time to build their networks and for manufacturers to launch devices that can take full advantage of new 5G capabilities. This is one of the reasons small and […]