Even some of the most respected brands in the industry have frustratingly convoluted or ineffective infotainment systems that make accessing content, information or even a GPS system as complicated as fumbling with a road atlas. … More Infotainment Systems that Disappoint, Part 1
The age of “peak tv” doesn’t just characterize the dearth of options for televised content, but also the heightened quality, as viewers now engage passionately across social media as well as at the office watercooler about their favorite programs. … More Keeping Up with the Conversation in the Age of Peak TV
No longer are travelers beholden to a limited stock of vacant hotel rooms when choosing the lodging for their time away from the grind. … More In the age of airBNB, new digital solutions make homestays a breeze
The threat of cyber security is hardly a new one for those in healthcare. As a result, federal and state legislators have put an array of mandates in place over the years that aim to ensure healthcare companies. … More Healthcare in the Digital Age: What Rules and Regulations Protect Patient Data?
This latest virus appears to have originated in the Ukraine, where systems across the country were compromised. … More WannaCry 2.0? NotPetya the Latest Ransomware to Disrupt Global Networks
Without the ability to store, share and travel with their content, consumers may be blindly purchasing many gigabytes of data that they won’t be able to fully enjoy. … More As Consumer Habits Change, Digital Clutter Grows
One of the first products the AFFOA is testing is, of all things, a trucker hat. … More “Hats off” to Smart Fabrics, But Are They Really Revolutionary?