IBM is investing $3 billion to build an “Internet of Things” division aimed at harnessing the massive trove of data collected by smartphones, tablets, connected vehicles and appliances and using it to help companies better manage their businesses.
In the technology-driven world of today, staying on top of trends will substantially advance your career.
The ailing personal computer market is getting weaker, and it’s starting to look as if it will never fully recover as a new generation of mobile devices reshapes the way people use technology.
Because of the iPad, a real estate agent can use the tablet to close contracts. A medical sales rep can stop carrying around catalogs of products. An architect has stopped using blueprints. This is what businessmen and women in the middle class can now do because of the iPad.
In today’s high-tech world, there’s no shortage of amazing gadgets out there, but there is a shortage of engineers in this country to make them possible. That’s one of the reasons the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is hosting Engineering Week this week, in hopes of attracting the next generation of engineers.
Lawmakers tell both IBM and the Department of Information Resources to solve a contract dispute as soon as possible.