When not working on his theory of time travel, Cameron T. Philipp-Edmonds is writing for TechWell and its community sites. With a background in advertising and marketing, Cameron is partial to the ways that technology can enhance a company's brand equity. In his personal life, Cameron enjoys long walks on the beach, romantic dinners by candlelight, and playing practical jokes on his coworkers.
As technology has become more embedded within our lives, so have the attempts to infect and harm our use of that technology. In the past two years, more malware has been reported and detected than the combined yield of the last ten years. Read on for some alarming stats.
The advent of the Internet of Things means that more and more devices, gadgets, and appliances are becoming connected. In 2015, it is estimated that roughly 5 billion smart devices will be in operation. While this is exciting for some, for others it's an alarm that the IoT needs privacy regulation.
The advent of the Internet of Things basically means everything in the world is going to have software in it pretty soon. With all this software in our lives, we are faced with the new challenge of powering our tech-laden devices. Texas Instruments may have a solution: an ambient energy network.
Security breaches happen, from Target to Sony, but sometimes it’s not malicious hackers causing pain points for consumers, society, and companies. Occasionally, bugs in the software are to blame. Here is a look at some of the more infamous software bugs that we hope don’t get repeated in 2015.
As the end of the calendar year approaches, so does the possibility of an end-of-the-year review—which can lead to a promotion or raise. But let’s say that you’re not up for either. What else can you negotiate for in 2015? Read more to find out.
Today, everything seems to have an internet connection associated with it. The Internet of Things is ushering in a transition of greater opportunities for just about everyone who knows how to take advantage of it. Here are three skills that you’ll need to better leverage an ever-connected society.
Jeff Morgan—better known by his nickname, “Cheezy”—gave his keynote “The Future of Agile: Dilution, Calcification, or Evolution?” at the Agile Development Conference & Better Software Conference East 2014. He talked about adaptation, why best practices aren't the best, and returning to agile roots.