5G tipping point: Industry and consumers lured with cheaper, smarter services

Ericsson landed on its corporate feet when it parachuted out of the GSMA’s Mobile World Congress last Friday. For the last few years, the network solutions provider has (like Huawei and a few others) hosted Pre-MWC Briefings for media and analysts in key markets, in an attempt to catch attention ahead of the pandemonium in Barcelona. 

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Sigfox launches second Paris Hacking House helping students to bring IoT-based projects to life

Sigfox, the Internet of Things (IoT) service provider, has launched the second French edition of its Hacking House in Paris. For six months, participants from seven different countries will bring IoT-based projects to life addressing issues as diverse as car theft prevention and bird protection.

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Attacks on smart supply chains and medical tech among cyber security threats in 2020

TÜV Rheinland has released its seventh annual report on Cybersecurity Trends for 2020. In it, the Cologne, Germany-based provider of international testing, inspection and certification services, identifies attacks on smart supply chains, threats to medical equipment and weaknesses in real-time operating systems.

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Dave Labuda appointed non-exec chairman as Glo Gordon takes over as MATRIXX CEO

MATRIXX Software, Inc. has appointed board member Glo Gordon to succeed Dave Labuda as CEO of MATRIXX and lead the company through its next phase of transformative growth.

Following a February transition, Labuda will remain with the company as non-executive chairman of the board and senior innovation advisor.

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Enterprises that wait to adopt a mobile-first strategy set to fail, report finds

Industry report reveals enterprises are risking data breaches and poor productivity through substandard mobile integration for business-critical operations

Mississauga, Ontario. December 3rd, 2019 – According to a new industry report, one in three enterprises are sending their employees to work in challenging conditions without the latest available equipment and technology, increasing the potential for data leakages and data breaches.

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