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Wireless and data analytics will be top-of-mind this year for government agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD), according to Jim Smid, Chief Technology Officer for Iron Bow Technologies. Smid recently spoke with TechSource and shared his thoughts for 2016, which are that government agencies should take a holistic approach to their networks to optimize wireless and that they “have the data, but need to take advantage of it.”
For the past few years, mobility has ramped up as agencies have focused on getting new mobile applications and devices into the hands of mobile workers. Smid says those efforts will explode in 2016 and agencies will be focusing on the wireless infrastructure to support mobility.
As more devices are connected to networks, and more agencies are collecting massive amounts of data from them, Smid sees data analytics becoming more important. The focus in 2016 should be on correlating, normalizing and analyzing that data to get real-time information back to users.
Smid shared examples of how wireless and data analytics, along with the Internet of Things (IoT), will affect agencies this year. Listen to the podcast here.
How can I win more government business? Are my competitors winning bids I don’t know about? How can I increase my win percentage? If you have ever asked yourself these questions, then listen up! In this episode of Government Contracting A to Z, Kevin interviews Jack Siney of SmartProcure on how to use competitor data to increase government sales. Listen to the podcast to learn how to utilize public data to gain an advantage on your competitors. Episode 10 Teaches: How to spy on your competition and see how they are working with the public sector. How to turn public data into a competitive advantage. How to determine which bids to strategically say “no” to and focus on winning others. How using a tool like SmartProcure can help increase your win percentage.
This program will be featuring my white paper Web Data Extractors 2016. We will be highlighting the latest and greatest resources and sources for web data extraction covering search engines, subject directories, articles, guides and tracers....literally everything for WEB DATA EXTRACTORS!!!! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V14N4 April 2016 featuring Guide To Privacy Resources 2016 and my freely available April 2016 Zillman Column highlighting Artificial Intelligence Resources 2016. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, April 23, 2016 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
in Self Help
So... I ran out of data on my phone...
Today @ 1130 am on the Healthy Mind & Body radio show... I'm going to be talking about what I've learned in the two weeks that I have been without any data.
We have a new drug it's called a "smart phone" and here's why you should get off of it.
I thought it would be a great idea to cut off my internet, since we don't really use it anymore.
and then... I got the message that my phone was out of data!!!
You know what that means. NO movies, no checking FaceBook every thirty seconds and actually having to interact with the people living in my house. It's been pretty wonderful, after the initial shock.
What to know more?
Listen to the show
I'll talk to you then,
Three themes have been hot topics in the analytics community so far in 2016: The move to driverless cars, the recognition that "big data" isn't a cure-all, and that the Internet of Things does have a home in the corporate world.
All Analytics bloggers who have been tracking those trends share updates and a look ahead on what has happened so far in 2016 and what we can expect as the year unfolds. Join our roundtable for an informative and fun discussion of some of the A2 communities key themes.
On tap for this event:
How quickly we can expect to move toward autonomous vehicles for the average person in light of the government's OK for Google to test cars with no driver controls
How automonous vehicles are already in use in heavy industry
Whether we are too focused on the "big" in big data
How the IoT really is taking shape in the world of business
New, data-driven approaches to healthcare, often based on mobile technology, present opportunities to improve the care of individual patients while helping researchers to identify new treatments for common ailments. Consider how daily monitoring of conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes -- rather than checkups a few times a year -- can produce data that not only provides your doctor with a true picture of your personal health but helps to treat those conditions in the broader population.
Mobile technologies, data analytics, and new strategies for patient care are providing opportunities to make huge improvements in patient care. This isn't just a dream for the future, but is happening today. One of the pioneers in remote healthcare and telemedicine is Dr. Joseph Kvedar, vice president for Connected Health at Partners Healthcare. Dr. Kvedar joins All Analytics' A2 Conversations for an interview in which he discusses the changing world of healthcare, the role of analytics, and what data-driven healthcare means to you.
In this interview you will learn:
How technology is providing Partners' Connected Health physicians and researchers with valuable data about chronic conditions and their treatments
How mobile technology is changing the patient/physician relationship
How data-driven healthcare can personalize your treatments
About the efficiencies that technology can bring to healthcare, and the progress that connected healthcare has made in recent years
Geoff Orazem, Managing Partner and co-founder of Eastern Foundry
Summary: Geoff Orazem created Eastern Foundry, the company he wished existed as he suffered through the maze of government contracting. A workspace, a community, and a beacon for cutting through the noise of the contracting process for innovative product and services companies, Eastern Foundry is growing rapidly. A Marine Corps vet, Harvard Law School grad, and McKinsey alum, Geoff combines many talents as he builds an important company for those who wish to have the government as a client.
Michael Shaw and Dr. Michael Coffman join Dan in a discussion of Replacement of local governments and elected officials with Regionally Appointed governments. Known as COGs (Councils of Government), they are straight out of the ICLEI (the International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives) sustainable development playbook. COGs have one purpose only; end local, democratically elected governments; replace them with autocratically controlled regional bureaucracies willing to promote sustainability and one world socialist government.
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Greeting and welcome to Radio Time Productions with Valerie Jarrette Bass, Host. Broadcasting live from beautiful South Florida. Our guest today is Gerald Cantor, Owner/CEO at TriFokus Solutions, LLC discussing Big Data, prebuilt virtual machines, ecosystem, Cloudera...
Mobile-friendly - Big data is a broad term for datasets so large or complex that traditional dataprocessing applications are inadequate. Challenges include analysis, capture, data curation, search, sharing, storage, transfer, visualization, querying and information privacy. Big Data (band) -
What is big data, and why do leaders' gravitates toward big data in making strategic decisions. And why do leaders now depend on big data interpretation for managerial decisions? Simply stated, due to technological situational happenstances, there have been surge of convergences of Information Technology (IT) with the Operational Technology (OT) for strategic decision making. Deft leaders and managers should now collaborate with DS, DA, IA to formulate and set #IoT goals' towards maximization of profit These technological pathways have been changed due to iCloud, Information, Mobile, and Social media, thereby removing all intermediaries from their node. To quickly redact, communication between inanimate objects called the Internet of Things #IoT. And Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is where industry communicates with one another like the caterpillar building industry communicating with say with the agricultural department,