In a previous post, Jason Sroka, our Chief Analytics Officer, discussed the importance of data when making accurate business decisions based on objective...Read More
Signing a contract with an IoT company that monitors critical environments is a big moment for any enterprise. After all, they’re staking their brand reputation on a solution that must meet their business goals AND protect the health and safety of their customers. An IoT partnership is a complex, involved, long-term relationship, not a "set it and forget it” deal.
You may have seen the term “data-driven” popping up more frequently in the business trade headlines and wondered if it’s just another jargon buzz word. Is the “data-driven” concept really something new? After all, in our age of computers, spreadsheets, market research, and statistics, haven’t industries been driven by data for some time now.
COVID-19 has been devastating, and it appears to be far from over. As a pandemic, it’s likely one of the most adverse events of our lifetime. Around the globe, from Italy to Spain, France, major cities in the United States, and multiple Asian regions of the Pacific Rim, communities have been shut down hard.
In the weeks following the first known cases of COVID-19 infection in the U.S., the federal government, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has been severely criticized for its slow and insufficient response to developing and deploying test kits.
California has experienced unusual weather throughout its 169 year history, but more recently the most populous U.S. state has seen widespread droughts and severe wind. This has caused utility companies to take proactive measures to prevent wildfires - another issue this state is no stranger to. Drought and wind contribute to starting wildfires, leading to the difficult decision of cutting off power for customers.
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