Despite privacy issues, organizations under the U.S. government are having cameras and other surveillance solutions installed into streetlights and other road items.
The Internet of Things is already changing lives both on the consumer side and the commercial side. This infographic gives some history as well as potential future uses of Internet of Things.
A recent study conducted by Fortune found Facebook to fall well below other major technology companies regarding their ability to protect their users’ privacy.
Free webinar explains how NEC ALP (Analytics Learning Platform) discovers powerful business intelligence, allowing real-time content and data measurement to improve the ROI of digital signage.
Under a similar law, American consumers might be able to regain control over their personal data, and enforce companies to ask permission before using it.
Facial recognition has become more popular over the last few years, particularly on social media apps. But Microsoft’s president worries about the future of the technology.
In a recent video interview with CI, Biamp’s Zach Snook discussed some of the common mistakes that customers make when they are outfitting new meeting rooms with technology.
A new NETGEAR surve of 1,000 small businesses across 40 industries shows how different SMBs value high-performance, reliable Wi-Fi.
The inventor of the World Wide Web is working with Google, Facebook, and other tech giants to implement more ethical standards when it comes to respecting consumers’ privacy.
Samsung’s new foldable smartphone folds like a notebook, possibly ushering in a new era of device design that will change the mobile experience.