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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Someone Just Bought Your Smart Home. Did They Get Your Data, Too?

There's a wide range of devices to be aware of when you move in to a smart home, including door locks, alarms, security cameras, garage-door openers, lighting systems, smoke detectors, and irrigation systems, as well as modems, gateways and hubs that tie them all together. Large appliances like refrigerators, washers and dryers also increasingly are connected.

Though less than 20 percent of U.S. homes have these kinds of things built in, adoption is growing from the high end more

Thursday, January 21, 2016

R&M: IT Trends Demand New Cabling

According to a McKinsey study, a "smart home" will operate between 50 and 100 online applications in the future. Market researchers from Parks Associates determined that one third of the private homes in western Europe with broadband connections want to buy a smart home product in 2016.

From the article "R&M: IT Trends Demand New Cabling" by

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