You have spent months, maybe even years, researching, determining and introducing a new technology or software into your business. New technology and tools can increase productivity, boost sales, and help you make better, faster decisions for your organisation. While you are probably aware of the many benefits bringing a new technology into the company, you may not be aware of the challenge that often lies ahead: getting your employees on board.
In the spirit of the season, we decided to look at the rise of technology among the many items that will be given as Christmas gifts this year. Some are completely new and innovative products, others are products we have known our entire lives that have had a technological makeover. But they have one thing in common: they can connect to the internet.
The “Internet of Things”, as it’s called, appears to be expanding by the minute, and is therefore no surprise that many of this year’s most wanted Christmas presents are also among the most hackable. Smartphones, laptops, tablets and eBooks are quite obviously connected to the internet. Other products’ internet connection, however, can often be overlooked, leaving personal details vulnerable. These days’, TVs, cars, home appliances and even some toys have the ability to connect to the internet. But there’s no reason to be alarmed, just to be aware and take the necessary precautions to make your devices and personal data secure.
This is our pick of 2015’s most hackable Christmas gifts.
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