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Parks Associates: Only 4% of patients with three or more chronic conditions have a care coordinator

New consumer research outlines consumer engagement strategies for care providers

LG Electronics, ADT + frog Win Red Dot Award: Product Design for LG Smart Security Device

All-in-one home security system's ingenious design takes consumer-first approach

Qorvo® Unveils New Software Development Kit to Accelerate Deployment of Smart Home Gateways

New ZigBee 3.0 SDK eases compatibility with multiple communication protocols in today's Smart Home

Parks Associates speaking at key IoT events this week: Internet of Things World, Future Connected Cars, and ATA

Analysts to Discuss New Research on Security in the Connected Home, Predictive Intelligent Systems, and the Digital Health Market

InfoComm - Platinum Tools® Features New Patch Panels at 2016 InfoComm

Now Shipping, Platinum Tools Patch Panels Keep Cables in Easily Identifiable Order While Keeping Them Secure, Making it Easier to Re-Configure and Troubleshoot Networks When Desired or Necessary

SAGE by Hughes Now Works with Nest

SAGE Brings Nest Intelligence, Security and Control to the Television

5 misguided reasons for asking wireless carriers to manage smart home networks

Ira Brodsky for ComputerWorld:  Last week, a guest editorial by Jerome Rota of Greenwave Systems titled, “How to Bring the ‘Internet of Things’ to Life” appeared in The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Rota suggested that wireless operators should manage smart home networks using spectrum acquired in the FCC’s 600 MHz auction. This is a bad idea for several reasons.

1.   “Today a smart home nearly requires an IT specialist.”

The first products based on new technology are often difficult to set up and manage. Mr. Rota’s solution -- having wireless carriers perform these tasks -- could short-circuit the development of more user-friendly products and would saddle consumers with unnecessary monthly fees.  Cont'd...

Clean Slates: Devices, Social Media Make Younger Generation Worldly Faster

While a recent Intel study found that the young generation is extremely tech-savvy, they are also concerned that technology makes people less human.

Vimtag Launches Sleek IP Monitoring Cameras and Private Remote Storage Device to Establish a Home's First Line of Defense

The new products include the sleek P1 Smart Cloud IP camera, the M1 Mini Cube Cloud IP camera, and the CloudBox remote video storage device, expanding Vimtag's complete suite of devices that enable individuals to monitor their business or home from anywhere in the world

Nortek Security & Control Extends Smart Home to Global Growth Markets Leveraging Successful Technologies and Proven Products

New certification and key partnerships expand 2GIG distribution in countries, including Turkey, Mexico, New Zealand, and Australia.

D-Tools Expands Regional System Integrator (SI) User Training in 2016

D-Tools expands number of regional training events teaching D-Tools System Integrator users how to streamline workflows, increase operational efficiencies, and better utilize the full feature set of SI

PC Pitstop Launches Comprehensive Enterprise Endpoint Security Suite

Tech Sentry Offers Better Security, Enhanced Productivity, and Powerful Automation

Nortek Security & Control Extends Numera Libris System with Suite of Wearable Accessories for Enhanced Personal Safety Options

The Libris Smart Cradle, plus a new Fall Detector Pendant and smaller wearables provide enhanced functions for more uninterrupted personal safety

Samsung Smart Home flaws let hackers make keys to front door

Dan Goodin for ArsTechnica:  Computer scientists have discovered vulnerabilities in Samsung's Smart Home automation system that allowed them to carry out a host of remote attacks, including digitally picking connected door locks from anywhere in the world.

The attack, one of several proof-of-concept exploits devised by researchers from the University of Michigan, worked against Samsung's SmartThings, one of the leading Internet of Things (IoT) platforms for connecting electronic locks, thermostats, ovens, and security systems in homes. The researchers said the attacks were made possible by two intrinsic design flaws in the SmartThings framework that aren't easily fixed. They went on to say that consumers should think twice before using the system to connect door locks and other security-critical components.  Cont'd...

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The all new XAP-1510 offers a best in class Wireless Access Point designed specifically for the CI channel. Combining high output power and leading-edge 802.11ac 3x3 Dual-Band technology with Beamforming, the XAP-1510 delivers data rates up to 1900Mbps along with outstanding wireless coverage for a world-class Wi-Fi experience. It can be used as a standalone AP or as part of a multi-AP deployment together with Luxul's XWC-1000 wireless controller. The XAP-1510 will be available from authorized Luxul distributors in October.