Latest ‘location-based Technology News

AT&T Prepared As Major Winter Storm Hits Tennessee
Take advantage of location-based mapping technology. Services such as AT&T Navigator and AT&T FamilyMap can help you seek evacuation routes or avoid traffic congestion from downed trees or power lines. You can also track a family member's wireless …
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Top Tech for 2016
Tied to that are location-based technologies, the proper supply-chain infrastructure and data-sensing and -transmission devices such as beacons. For the consumer, the experience must be fluid, whether on a phone, online or in the store. Internally, raw …
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Marketers should stop ignoring instant messages
Location-based technology allows people to order a pizza to their current location. Technology such as application programming interfaces (APIs) allow messaging to become embedded with other overlaying services. For example, Facebook Messenger …
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Latest ‘wireless Technology News

Nikola Tesla on Wireless Technology, Describes a Cell Phone Back in 1926
“The progressive development of man is vitally dependent on invention. It is the most important product of his creative brain. Its ultimate purpose is the complete mastery of mind over the material world, the harnessing of the forces of nature to human …
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What to expect from wireless technology in the coming year
It seems that every day, a new technology is introduced or there is something new a wireless device can do for us. In 2016, the plethora of devices that go beyond smartphones and tablets will change the way business is conducted and simplify everyday …
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Latest Information Systems Technology News

Oakwood Healthcare invests in patient care tech
Oakwood Healthcare Inc., the Dearborn-based four-hospital system now part of the new Beaumont Health, is jumping on the patient-care improvement technology bandwagon with four new systems that are reducing costs, improving customer satisfaction and …
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Emerging pervasive information and communication technologies market – global
Pervasive information systems are defined as information systems that accommodate user wants and needs in physical environment. With technological advancements in communication technologies, pervasive information systems encompass a dynamic, …
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U.Va. computer network back online after cyberattack on information technology
The Daily Progress (http://bit.ly/1LgqcAm) reports the attack on the university's information technology systems targeted the email accounts of two employees. U.Va. Chief Operating Officer Patrick D. Hogan says the university is adjusting its password …
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The 3 Best Stocks to Invest in Information Technology

The 3 Best Stocks to Invest in Information Technology
Information technology makes the business world go round. No corporation worth its salt would even attempt nowadays to operate without a variety of computer systems, data networks, custom software packages, and top-notch support services.
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Addictive use of IT can hurt health
Sunday MBA provides ideas on running better businesses and succeeding in the modern workplace, this week from MIT Sloan Management Review. Pervasive and near-continual use of organizational information technology systems is taking a toll on some …
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Latest Information Systems Technology News

Presidential Memorandum — Establishing the Director of White House
Policy. The purposes of this memorandum are to ensure that the information resources and information systems provided to the President, Vice President, and EOP are efficient, secure, and resilient; establish a model for Government information …
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Help us find Washington's next tech innovators: Week Two
SecureDB is a Herndon-based start-up offering a system that lets Web developers easily encrypt their information without going through the trouble of coding their own encryptions. The company caters to small and medium-sized businesses that don't want …
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Latest ‘location-based Technology News

Bluedot, Cardfree bring location-based services to US restaurants
… Sonic and other major US brands. Cardfree, a mobile commerce company, has signed an exclusive agreement to use Bluedot's location-based services technology in US restaurants. Bluedot will enable restaurants to send marketing to customers based on …
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Uber To Buy Location-Based Service Provider deCarta
Uber Technologies is acquiring deCarta, a location-based services (LBS) startup based in San Jose, California. The ride-sharing company is making its first acquisition to improve its service. deCarta offers a full set of LBS technology, which is …
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Location based marketing will become far more possible with 2019 tech
It explained that trends toward local search, health, retail, personal asset tracking, and connected home apps will spread geolocation based tech massively by 2019. This will open up a practically limitless number of doors for location based marketing …
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I Love Information Technology

Awarded First Place at the Association for Information Systems (AIS) 2013-2014 Student Chapter Leadership Conference and International Competition for the IT…

Using Mobile Technology to Improve Customer Experience

The mobile revolution will transform most companies business in the next decade. It will trigger a more radical transformation toward systems of engagement. …
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Latest Mobile Technology News

From biometrics to mobile IDs: Top 5 tech trends for Australia in 2015
The possibilities for contactless technology, however, are not limited to payments. Government departments, major retailers and banks across the country are considering new ways to expand the scope of what consumers can do with their mobile phones, …
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2014's Most Innovative Uses of Mobile Technology
2014 will be remembered for many things: disappearing airliners, widespread ebola outbreaks, and Rosetta's landing on a comet. But beyond sensational news stories, 2014 saw some of the most innovative uses of mobile technology. In a world within which …
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Mobile Technology Helping Cyclone Evan Recovery in Samoa
In addition to short-term relief, the World Bank is investing in electronic vouchers with mobile phone technology that will deliver long-term recovery benefits. The e-vouchers will be used by nearly 7,400 farmers and fishermen to help boost income and …
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The Future of Mobile Technology in 2015
2014 has been a magical year for mobile devices. The Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the Samsung Galaxy S5, the one-of-a-kind Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, the Google Nexus 6, iOS 8, Apple Pay, and Android 5.0 Lollipop were all released—and that was just …
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Basic Computer Parts Tutorial – Information Technology

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