Wearables in business: Deployment plans, anticipated benefits and adoption roadblocks
Wearable computing isn’t a new idea, but the technology has struggled to move beyond a few niche markets due to hardware and connectivity limitations. In recent years, advances in processing power, sensor capability, communication links, display quality, and battery life have opened the doors of possibility for wearable devices, also known simply as “wearables.”
Because of the growing popularity of such wearables, TechRepublic Premium conducted an April 2014 survey to find out how wearable technology is being used in the enterprise. Download the report, Wearables in business: Deployment plans, anticipated benefits and adoption roadblocks.