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It’s no secret that smart home products can make strain on consumer wallets a little easier. Parks Associates research shows that saving money increases interest in smart home devices among 60% of broadband households with no previous purchase intentions . Utility and energy providers in particular can use this interest to their advantage in order to incentivize consumers to purchase energy-efficient devices like smart thermostats and cut back usage during peak hours, saving money and power. According to research from Parks Associates, over 11% of U.S. broadband households own at least 1 smart thermostat and 45% of smart thermostat owners received some kind of discount from their energy provider. In addition, 49% of broadband households in
GlobeNewswire 01/24/2019 09:32
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Security Intelligence 01/24/2019 08:45
While most security professionals have come to embrace bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, leadership still often lacks confidence in the data security of employees' personal devices. The post As BYOD Adoption and Mobile Threats Increase, Can Enterprise Data Security Keep Up?
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