How is SWIFT still relevant after five decades?
What can businesses learn about technology from a cyclist?
Did you like cycling as a child? Perhaps as you grew older, your bicycle become a primary source of transportation—...
by Susan Visser | June 16, 2016
Double Queen’s Birthday Honours for Raspberry Pi
Sunday 11 June was Queen Elizabeth II’s official 90th birthday. In her Birthday Honours List she awarded Raspberry Pi...
by Scott Stockwell | June 16, 2016
Using smart engineering to overcome IoT complexity
The Internet of Things is changing the rules for how companies can leverage design and engineering practices to get a ...
by Chris O'Connor | June 16, 2016
SilverHook: It’s plane sailing with Watson IoT
For those wanting to dive in to IoT, our partnership with Cisco and SilverHook is the perfect example of why you should ...
by Amy Bennett | June 16, 2016
NASA: Virtual reality and cognitive computing
‘Virtual reality’ and ‘cognitive computing’ have become the trends to watch in the tech industry...
by Wired Brand Lab | June 16, 2016
David Haase rides with IoT data
Dave Haase, four-time top American finisher in the Race Across America (RAAM) is setting off once again. The Race Across...
by Liza Cooper | June 15, 2016
Chain reaction: USA cycling and IBM Watson IoT
Photos by John Huet. In February USA Cycling Coach Neal Henderson first announced how Team USA would use the IBM ...
by Amy Bennett | June 15, 2016
3 BIG ways the IoT is impacting the way we experience buildings
This is the final post in a four-part series on how the Internet of Things is impacting buildings. ...
by Jacqi Levy | June 6, 2016
Create your own luck with analytics
The US is the third largest country in the world by land area, behind only Russia and Canada. Like those vast countries...
by Doug Barton | June 5, 2016
Farewell to the ‘5 Whys’
On Valentine’s Day 1867 a poor carpenter and his wife welcomed Sakichi to the Toyada family, little knowing he was to ...
by Scott Stockwell | June 3, 2016
Cisco and IBM: What’s possible in IoT
Today, in a typical industrial deployment, only 1% of IoT data is actually analyzed. This is because of legacy processes...
by Chris O'Connor | June 3, 2016
Creating smart cities with IoT
Parking meters, information signs, CCTV, traffic signals – almost everywhere that you look in a modern city, there’s...
by Bill McCabe | June 3, 2016
Why central banks dislike cryptocurrencies
John David (J.D.) Penner
Ford presents its prestigious IT Innovation Award to IBM