These and many other fascinating insights are from Dresner Advisory Services’ latest report, 2018 IoT Intelligence® Market Study, in its 4th year of publication. The study concentrates on end-user interest in and demand for business intelligence in IoT. The study also examines key related technologies such as location intelligence, end-user data preparation, cloud computing, advanced and predictive analytics, and big data analytics. “While the market is still in an early stage, we believe that IoT Intelligence, the means to understand and leverage IoT data, will continue to expand as organizations mature in their collection and leverage of sensor level data,” said Howard Dresner, founder, and chief research officer at Dresner Advisory Services.
You know by now that you need a Facebook Business Page. You’ve seen the statistics. You know that Facebook’s more than two billion monthly active users make it an impossible platform for any business to ignore.
The fact is being on Facebook makes it easier for people to discover and interact with your brand online. So, let’s dive into how to create a Facebook Business Page. Follow these steps and you’ll have your Page up and running by end of day.
Why is it easier to see the best solution to other people’s dilemmas than our own? Whether it’s about someone deciding to pursue a new job, or ask for a raise, or someone simply mulling over which ice cream flavor to choose, we seem to see the best solution with a clarity and decisiveness that is often absent when we face our own quandaries.
An interactive online map, released in conjunction with Remembrance Day, recognizes members of the military whose service to the country has left their names attached to lakes, rivers, islands and other geographic features.
Canada’s Commemorative Map currently shows 450 place names including approximately two dozen in northwestern Ontario.
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The world’s most ambitious “smart city,” known as Quayside, in Toronto, has faced fierce public criticism since last fall, when the plans to build a neighborhood “from the internet up” were first revealed. Quayside represents a joint effort by the Canadian government agency Waterfront Toronto and Sidewalk Labs, which is owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc., to develop 12 acres of the valuable waterfront just southeast of downtown Toronto.