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The “Internet of Things Development Survey 2020, Volume 1” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Internet of Things Development Survey is conducted twice a year. This comprehensive report, based on primary research with developers actively developing for connected devices and the Internet of Things, gives a comprehensive view of the attitudes, adoption patterns and intentions of these developers.

Topics include: Demographics and Firmographics, Developing and Deploying IoT Projects, IoT Technology Landscape, Business of IoT Development, IoT APIs and Services, Language Use, Platform Targets, Automotive and Connected Car Development, Wearables Development, Real-time Operating Systems, Connected Hardware Development, AI and Advanced Analytics, Cloud and Container Use, Edge Computing and IoT, Performance and Optimization, Security and Technology Adoption.

This survey gives a comprehensive view of the attitudes, adoption patterns and intentions of developers in relation to the Internet of Things. The analyst wishes to make this survey series as valuable as

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In March of this year I wrote about how to establish a global set of standards for companies to report on their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance—or so-called “nonfinancial information.”

I’m pleased to report that significant progress has been made in the past five months.

Key to this achievement is the foundational work of five NGOs (The Five) whose missions are aligned with this goal: CDP, the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB), the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), guide the overwhelming majority of ESG disclosure and the International integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) provides the framework for how to connect ESG disclosure to reporting on financial and other capitals.

Their work is particularly critical now, as governments and major accounting bodies are acting on standards. The IFRS and IFAC have recognized the need for mandated standards for nonfinancial information. The EU, in reviewing its

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How to Rebrand Your Business Like A Boss

There are so many different reasons why a small business owner may decide to rebrand a website: poor conversions and/or sales, confusing navigation or an outdated design, to name a few.

However, as I mentioned in my previous blog The Right Reasons for Rebranding Your Business Logo, it’s essential to have strong reasoning, logic and stats behind rebranding your business.

For example, are poor conversions due to an ineffective design or a glitchy shopping cart?

Is your website truly outdated or are you just bored of the colour scheme?

This guide will help you first understand whether or not you need to reinvent your business, and if you do, how to rebrand your website in the most effective way possible.

I’m going to share a personal example for this article. We are rebranding our website at the moment. We decided this was … Read More