Fueled by high levels of interest and market momentum, worldwide shipments of wearables for enterprise and industrial use are forecast by market research firm Tractica to increase from 2.3 million last year to 66.4 million units by 2021, or a cumulative total of 171.9 million wearables shipped between 2015 and 2021.
The health care wearables industry is growing at an exponential rate, and it's not just because of fitness trackers and smartwatches, according to new statistics from research firm Tractica.
Enterprises wearables are past the point of pilot projects and are now being put to real use in businesses, according to a new white paper published by research firm Tractica.
If wearable devices are to be indispensable tools in the workplace, they're going to need enterprise applications that satisfy users and promote productivity.
The jury is still out on the security of wearable devices with payment functions, and the fear of fraud may overpower the convenience factor, according to an article at Bloomberg.
It's pretty safe to say that smartwatches and the evolution of those devices are what's driving the growth of wearables shipments, as IDC is the latest research firm to declare it.
After examining two unnamed companies, the Netherlands' Data Protection Authority ruled Tuesday that employers cannot gather employee data via wearables – even if employees are okay with it.
Consumers are less than enthusiastic about smartwatches, and according to survey results released Monday by ABI Research, most of them think smartwatches are superfluous. But what could this mean for the enterprise?
Trifacta, a market intelligence firm, found in a new research report that the wearables market will soon see a rapid uptick in emerging wearable categories including body sensors, smart clothing, wearable cameras, smart glasses, and an increasing diversity of niche devices. And with these new wearables comes an almost infinite amount of new data.
More than two-thirds of wearable device owners do not use login credentials, such as PINs, passwords, fingerprint scanners and/or voice recognition, to access their devices, yet more than half use business apps on their devices, according to a survey by security firm Centrify released here at the RSA Conference.