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Zebra Study: Just Over 50 Percent of Enterprises in Asia-Pacific Have Achieved Half of Their “Intelligence” Potential

Monday, November 6 2017

Zebra Study: Just Over 50 Percent of Enterprises in Asia-Pacific Have Achieved Half of Their “Intelligence” Potential

Email Print Globally, 45 percent are on the path to becoming intelligent enterprises, scoring between 50-75 points on the overall index. Only eight percent exceeded 75 points on the index. In comparison, Asia Pacific respondents scored above the global average, with 51 percent of those polled scoring between the 50-75 points. Zebra Technologies Corporation ( NASDAQ : ZBRA), the market leader in rugged mobile computers, barcode scanners and barcode printers enhanced with software and services to enable real-time enterprise visibility, revealed the results of its inaugural “Intelligent Enterprise Index”. This global survey analyzes where companies are on the journey to becoming an Intelligent Enterprise; how they are connecting the physical and digital worlds to improve visibility, efficiencies and growth. Globally, 45 percent are on the path to becoming intelligent enterprises, scoring between 50-75 points on the overall index. Only eight percent exceeded 75 points on the index. In comparison, Asia Pacific respondents scored above the global average, with 51 percent of those polled scoring between the 50-75 points, but merely two percent were above the 75-point benchmark that qualify them to be considered an “intelligent” enterprise. Tom Bianculli, Chief Technology Officer, Zebra said, “ An ‘Intelligent Enterprise’ is one that leverages ties between the physical and digital worlds to enhance visibility and mobilize actionable insights that create better customer experiences, drive operational efficiencies or enable new business models. This is a journey for enterprise organizations so we wanted to see where most companies are in the process. Clearly, many are still forming their IoT strategies, but we are seeing segments that have identified targeted use cases and are aggressively deploying solutions.” Intelligent Enterprise Index The Intelligent Enterprise Index measures to what extent companies today are meeting the criteria that define today’s Intelligent Enterprise. Some of the criteria include Internet of Things (IoT) vision and adoption plan as well as business engagement in developing a return on investment for IoT . The criteria were identified by leading executives, industry experts and policymakers across different industries at the 2016 Strategic Innovation Symposium: The Intelligent Enterprise , which was hosted by Zebra in collaboration with the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH) last year. The framework of an Intelligent Enterprise is based on technology solutions that integrate cloud computing, mobility, and the Internet of Things (IoT) to automatically “sense” information from enterprise assets. Operational data from these assets, including status, location, utilization, or preferences, is then “analyzed” to provide actionable insights, which can then be mobilized to the right person at the right time so they can be “acted” upon to drive better, more-timely decisions by users anywhere, at any time. ASIA-PACIFIC KEY SURVEY FINDINGS IoT vision is strong and investment set to increase. In APAC, 38 percent of companies spend more than $1 million toward IoT annually, and 80 percent expect that number to increase in the next one to two years. In fact, 67 percent of APAC companies expect their IoT investment to increase by 11 percent or more during this time. However, 39 percent of companies today have not executed on their IoT plans or do not have any plans at all. Although only 36 percent currently have company-wide deployment, it is expected that 65 percent will have it deployed company-wide in the future. Customer experience is driving IoT. Seventy-one percent of companies claim the largest driver of IoT investment is improving the customer experience. In the future, increasing revenue (54 percent) and expanding into new markets (53 percent) are expected to be the largest drivers. Business engagement is top of mind, but culture should be given more consideration. Eighty-one percent of companies have a method in place to measure ROI from their IoT plan, and 73 percent have IoT plans that address both the cultural and process changes necessary to implement it. Many companies lack an adoption plan. Fifty-four percent of companies expect resistance to adopt their IoT solution, yet don’t have a plan in place to address it. Only 27 percent who expect resistance, have a plan to address it. Companies keep employees informed, but there is room for more. Approximately 83 percent of companies share information from their IoT solutions with their employees more than once a day, of which half of these employers share in real or near-real time. However, only 34 percent provide actionable information to all employees, and information is provided either via email (69 percent) or as raw data (67 percent). SURVEY BACKGROUND AND METHODOLOGY The online survey was fielded from August 3-23, 2017 across a wide range of segments, including healthcare, manufacturing, retail and transportation and logistics. In total, 908 IT decision makers from nine countries were interviewed, including the U.S., U.K./Great Britain, France, Germany, Mexico, and Brazil. Of these, about a third were from the APAC markets, including China, India, and Australia/New Zealand. Eleven metrics were used to understand where companies are on the path to becoming an Intelligent Enterprise, including: IoT Vision, Business Engagement, Technology Solution Partner, Adoption Plan, Change Management Plan, Point of use Application, Security & Standards, Lifetime Plan, Architecture/Infrastructure, Data Plan and Intelligent Analysis.

As Per TRAI Directions, RCom To Shut Voice Calls From December 1

Monday, November 6 2017

As Per TRAI Directions, RCom To Shut Voice Calls From December 1

will shut down voice call service from December 1 and its customers can move to other networks by the end of the year, as per direction issued by telecom regulator TRAI. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in direction to all telecom operators said that RCom on October 31, 2017 intimated it that “RCL ( Limited) shall provide only 4G data services to its customers and as a result will discontinue to provide voice services to the subscribers, with effect from December 1, 2017.” RCom informed TRAI that it is providing 2G and 4G services in eight telecom circles of Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, UP East and West, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The Anil Ambani-led firm has informed TRAI that the company will be upgrading CDMA network of Sistema Shyam Teleservices, which has been merged with it, to provide 4G services in Delhi, Rajasthan, UP West, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, West Bengal, Gujarat and Kolkata service areas. TRAI said that RCom has informed it has sent all the necessary information regarding closure of voice calls along with option to port out any operators in case subscriber do not wish to continue with 4G data services of the company. The regulator has directed RCom to not reject any porting out request of its subscribers and asked all telecom operators to accept request of RCom subscribers till December 31, 2017. RCom, reeling under debt of around Rs 46,000 crore, decided to shut down its voice call services after it failed to close its wireless business merger deal with Aircel in the beginning of this month. RCom and Aircel in September last year had signed a binding agreement to merge their mobile businesses. But, RCom said the agreement lapsed owing to legal and regulatory uncertainties, objections by interested parties and delays in receiving relevant approvals. – Indian Express Twitter

Use Your Amazon Echo to Play These Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Games

Monday, November 6 2017

Use Your Amazon Echo to Play These Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Games

Use Your Amazon Echo to Play These Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Games Jacob Kleinman, Gawker Media Nov 7, 2017, 02.11 AM IST BBC announced a cool new Amazon Alexa skill on Monday: interactive storytelling. " The Inspection Chamber " tells a darkly funny science fiction story, asking you questions along the way that put you in the middle of the action. The BBC's new Alexa skill isn't exactly a choose-your-own-adventure game. There's only one branching decision, according to Engadget , and the rest of the story is pretty linear. But if " The Inspection Chamber " has piqued your interest, there are a bunch of other interactive audio games The Wayne Investigation This Batman-themed Alexa skill puts you in the shoes of a Gotham City detective trying to solve the murder of Bruce Wayne's parents. There are over 37 different decisions to make, and depending on how you play, it can take anywhere from 5 to 40 minutes to crack the case. Advertisement If you're having trouble finding the culprit, just remember that you can ask Alexa to "go back," "skip" or get "help" at any time. The Magic Door This choose-your-own-adventure game sends you on a quest through a magical world filled with riddles to solve and magical creatures to help. You'll travel through a forest, a garden and a hidden temple, while interacting with gnomes, monkeys, wizards and more. Advertisement If you follow the directions listed here you can experience the entire adventure. Or just try it for yourself without a guide and see what happens Yes Sire In this medieval game, you play as a noble lord, doing your best to make the right decisions to stay in power. Lose too much wealth and influence and you'll be banished, but if you accumulate too much power the king will get jealous and have you beheaded. Advertisement The game is controlled with simple yes or no questions and the story is often nonsensical but funny. It can also get dark at times, like when you accidentally open a box that releases The Plague and wipes out humanity. Dungeon Adventure Finally, head to the fictional town of Ravensburg where the locals need your help to fight off an evil necromancer and his monsters. This Alexa skill is like playing Dungeons and Dragons with your Echo, and Alexa will even simulate rolling dice to see if your attacks succeed. Advertisement Reviewers note that while this game is a lot of fun, the voice controls can be limited and the right decision isn't always that obvious. Thankfully, if you need a break, you can always ask Alexa to save your place and pick it up again later.

Disney may buy 21st Century Fox assets in entertainment mega merger – Techy9

Monday, November 6 2017

Disney may buy 21st Century Fox assets in entertainment mega merger – Techy9

Disney may buy 21st Century Fox assets in entertainment mega merger 49 mins ago Google+ The Walt Disney Co., which has worked closely with Apple for many years, is said to be in talks to potentially acquire most of rival entertainment giant 21st Century Fox, in a deal that could have major ramifications for services like iTunes, the Apple TV and Apple Music. Share this:

Use Google's Password Alert Extension to Prevent Phishing

Monday, November 6 2017

Use Google's Password Alert Extension to Prevent Phishing

Use Google's Password Alert Extension to Prevent Phishing Patrick Lucas Austin, Gawker Media Nov 6, 2017, 10.21 PM IST Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Linkedin Reddit Image credit: Leon Neal/ Getty Phishing attacks, wherein scammers pretend to be legitimate companies in order to trick you into handing over sensitive information like usernames, passwords , or credit card information, are getting more difficult to spot. Even Google is susceptible to more sophisticated attacks, which have popped up everywhere from email attachments to shared Google documents. If you're a Google Chrome user, you can more securely protect yourself from phishing attacks with a simple extension from Google itself. The company's Password Alert extension for Google Chrome aims to prevent phishing scams from compromising your account before you notice. If you have even the slightest fear someone might try to break into your account ( which you should ), this tool should be part of your arsenal. Password Alert works by temporarily storing an altered, partially randomized version of your password in your browser. Every time you enter a password, the extension compares your password to its saved version, and checks if the site is a legitimate Google Sign In page. There's no keylogging, according to Google, meaning you don't have to worry about the extension watching you type to detect when you enter your password. Password Alert also works for multiple profiles on the same Google Chrome browser, so you can protect both your work and personal accounts. If Password Alert detects a potential phishing site trying to get a glimpse of your personal Google account information, you'll get a prompt to reset your password to keep yourself protected, or an option to ignore the alert. Advertisement Password Alert is a much-needed extra level of security, especially if you've yet to pair your account with a two-factor authentication app like Google Authenticator or Authy. Sure, SMS verification is a start, but there's always the risk that you'll get your number hijacked, and if that happens, you're pretty much out of luck.

The Basics of FIRE (Financial Independence and Early Retirement)

Monday, November 6 2017

The Basics of FIRE (Financial Independence and Early Retirement)

The Basics of FIRE (Financial Independence and Early Retirement) Kristin Wong, Gawker Media Nov 6, 2017, 11.32 PM IST FIRE is having a moment, and it's not hard to understand the appeal. Financial independence ? Sounds great! Retiring Early? Sign me up! It's a movement that's quickly gaining momentum , too. We spoke with four FIRE enthusiasts and asked them to share what the movement is all about, and what it takes to achieve this elusive goal of Financial Independence/Retire Early. What Is FIRE, Exactly? When you think retirement age, you probably think of someone in their late 50s or 60s, and there's a reason for that: it's the norm. The Social Security Administration allows you to start taking benefits at age 62 , for example, and you can start withdrawing money from your Individual Retirement Account without a penalty at age 59 ½. Advertisement While this is the standard age in which most people start thinking about retirement, people who strive for FIRE retire much earlier than this, usually in their 40s, 30s, and sometimes even in their 20s. (Chances are, you're skeptical right now. You're probably thinking something along the lines of, "This sounds great, but what if I only make 35k a year and I'm drowning in student loan debt?" Don't worry, we'll get to that. Many FIRE enthusiasts wholeheartedly acknowledge the privilege of the FIRE movement.) Advertisement Early retirement is the literal definition of the FIRE movement, but there's a much more robust meaning when you start digging into the principles behind FIRE. Namely, it's about flexibility. "Financial independence ultimately means that you can shape your life without taking money into consideration," said Tanja Hester, a recent FIRE graduate and founder of the website Our Next Life . "Most of us have to consider our finances in nearly every decision we make, or maybe even make decisions solely based on money. But once we reach financial independence, we get the freedom not to be bossed around by what we earn or what we have saved." Contrary to our traditional view of retirement, FIRE doesn't necessarily mean you have to quit your job, either. (The movement works on a loose, non-traditional definition of what it means to be "retired.") Advertisement "It's less about retiring early and more about having the freedom to pursue your dreams and ambitions," said Deacon Hayes, author of You Can Retire Early! Hayes adds that FIRE is really about "the freedom to choose to work or not." In fact, the FIRE community seems to focus less on the "retire early" aspect of the movement and more on the financial independence component, "which is a powerful aspirational goal that is readily achievable if people are willing to make some small, but important, optimizations in their lives," said Jonathan Mendonsa, co-host of the ChooseFI podcast. Advertisement Mendonsa is currently pursuing financial independence and explains there's a concrete definition of it: when your net worth is 25x your annual expenses, you're considered financially independent. "So if your annual expenses are $40,000, you are financially independent when your total net worth is $1,000,000," he said. Who Is FIRE For? Financial independence doesn't mean that you have to quit your job. It just means that your job needs you more than you need them. If you have a high-paying but soul-sucking job, FIRE probably sounds pretty good right now. Hester warns against this, however: "Retiring early because you don't like your job is a bad reason to do it, and is a recipe for being bored or aimless when you get there," she said. "Achieving FIRE is a big deal, and it takes a lot of focus and determination. It's not for those who want to get rich quick, or for those who just hate their job. The better solution then is just to find a new job, or a new career path. I'm a huge believer that you can love your job and still want to retire early or just achieve financial independence! That was true for us. We loved our work, the people we worked with, and our clients, but we didn't love the pace of it, the pressure or the constant travel." Hayes would agree. He says that if you're willing to develop and stick to a plan, it really doesn't matter whether or not you quit your job to pursue financial independence. Advertisement "Many people who achieve financial independence, do so as a W2 employee," he says. "Also, financial independence doesn't mean that you have to quit your job. It just means that your job needs you more than you need them. This gives you an upper hand to be able to negotiate things like your hours, vacation time, etc." Early retirement is less for people who hate their jobs and more for those who have a clear idea of a different lifestyle or goal they may want to pursue. "A good reason to retire early is that you have an alternate vision for your life that you are eager to pursue, but which you can't pursue while employed full time," Hester said. "Achieving financial independence allowed us to leave that career chapter of our lives from a place of gratitude and appreciation, and move onto our next chapter that we're in control of." Yes, some people who have achieved FIRE firmly believe that anyone can do it-if you can't, they argue, it's because you're not saving or cutting back enough. That doesn't quite make logical sense when job growth is still lagging in some states and wages are stagnant nearly everywhere, though. I want to make sure that we recognize that the ability to put distance between your income and your spending is often a privilege. While financial independence does require cutting back on expenses, it also requires a decent income. That said, many others in the FIRE community acknowledge this. Advertisement "There's a huge element of privilege to being able to do this," said Liz Thames, author of the forthcoming book, Meet the Frugalwoods: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living . "For many people, asking these questions is outside of the realm of their day to day life. We have a real problem with income gap and people who do not make a living wage. So I want to make sure that we recognize that the ability to put distance between your income and your spending is often a privilege." Hester adds that it's not realistic to think that "everyone can save enough to retire early in a country that doesn't value a lot of professions or commit to a living wage." "So while plenty of folks have become financially independent without earning six figures, earning more certainly helps speed things along," she said. The Rules Behind FIRE The basic math behind FIRE is ridiculously simple: spend less than you earn and "save the difference in low-fee investments like index funds," Hester said. Other investments, like rental properties and passive income streams, are a big part of achieving financial independence, too. And so is frugality. The less money you need to live, the less money you need to save in order to fund the rest of your years. Advertisement "To highlight the value of cutting expenses, for every $100 per month you can trim, it means you need $30,000 less to achieve FI ($1,200 yearly expense x 25 = $30,000)," Mendonsa said. Thames breaks it down this way - there are three basic elements to FIRE: time, expenses, and income. The goal is to put space between expenses and income . "How much space you put is how much time it takes you," she said. So while the rules are simple, getting there is, of course, another story. Reaching FIRE involves the same concepts of reaching any other financial goal, and it ultimately comes down to behavior. For example, while Thames lives a frugal lifestyle that many would view as sacrificial, her frugality has nothing to do with depriving herself. "It's also true for me that frugality is not a question of deprivation. I don't miss out on anything in my life being frugal. I spend money on things that are important to me. There's just not a lot that I need to buy to live a very a fulfilling life," she said. As Hayes puts it, "it's more about being intentional with your money and less about being frugal." The First Steps to Reach FIRE Most of us are shocked to realize how much we actually spend. If any of this sounds appealing and realistic to you, the experts all pretty much agree: the first step is figuring out your "why." "If you want to retire early, you need to have a strong 'why,'" Hayes said. "Do you want to quit your job so that you can start that business you always talked about with your friends? Do you want to have more than two weeks per year of vacation time? Do you want to spend more time with your loved ones? Whatever your why, let that be the motivating factor to create a plan and stick to it during the tough times. Once you have that why, you want to determine your path." Thames suggests being as specific as possible in figuring out your "why." "The first step is to identify what you want to do in 5, 10, 20 years," she said. "Where you want to be geographically, what you want to do, what you want your family to look like. Once you know that, you can mold your money to match what you want. Why do you want FI? I would write it down. And if you have a family or a partner that you live with, bring them in the conversation." Advertisement The second step? Tracking your expenses. Check out your bank statements, credit card statements, online budgets, and make note of what exactly you're spending money on and whether or not those purchases are meaningful or necessary. "Most of us are shocked to realize how much we actually spend," Hester said. "After you've started tracking, figure out how much your lifestyle costs per year, look for what you might be able to cut out to shrink that number, and then start working on increasing your savings rate. Those are the hardest parts of the journey, and the rest is just a matter of waiting for the money to add up and compound." The key is to spend more mindfully, and Mendonsa says spending more mindfully means taking stock of the expenses that actually matter to you. "We don't promote a message of extreme frugality, he said. "Instead our message is based on 'value' being the guiding light behind purchasing decisions. We want to cut out the excess in our lives because it enables our monthly expenses to be lower and thus speeds the path to FI. In summary, it comes down to value, and I think it is a useful exercise to go through all the lines items in your budget and ask "Is this adding value to my life?" Once you've conquered your spending, it's time to look at your net income and compare. Thames says you have to subtract your fixed mandatory expenses from your income and then adjust your discretionary expenses as necessary. Advertisement From there, FIRE comes down to math and mechanics. In an episode of his podcast, Mendonsa suggests ten "pillars" of financial independence. Those pillars include: Lowering your housing costs

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