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Chuck Martin, New York Times Bestselling author, futurist and columnist, and Greg Jones, Chief Technology Officer at Kajeet, join host Dominic Marcellino for a conversation about tech trends, accelerators, and the adoption curve. Bringing their decades of combined experience in the Internet of Things (IoT) space, Greg, Chuck, and Dominic share their advice for small and mid-sized organizations looking to jump into the wild world of IoT innovation and bring a solution to market in 2022 and beyond. Chock-full of insights and soundbites, this is an episode you won't want to miss.

In this episode, Dominic speaks with Glenn Schatz, Chief Revenue Officer at BlocPower. As longtime colleagues and real-life friends, Dominic and Glenn have a lot to share when it comes to how IoT connectivity can be harnessed for good and the different market segments that have potential to be impacted by advancements in wireless technology. In this conversation, Glenn shares about BlocPower's current work to connect the entire city of Ithaca, New York, and how the company partners with Kajeet to make Internet accessible to all residents - paving the way to a more equitable and connected future.

For all the benefits of technology in the classroom, the concerns about students’ mental health are real and deserve to be taken seriously. A few preventative steps, including robust educational content filtering, can go a long way toward maximizing the positives and minimizing potential harms.

In this episode, Dominic speaks with Daniel Neal, the Chairman, CEO and Founder of Kajeet. The company was started in 2003 to provide safe cell phones for kids - and now, almost two decades later, Kajeet is serving a vast array of industries with fully managed IoT connectivity solutions. In this conversation, Daniel shares his career and experiences that led him to start Kajeet, as well as his industry perspectives and insights on what's to come in wireless technology and IoT innovation.

About Daniel:
Daniel is the Chairman, CEO & Founder of Kajeet, a mission-driven company he first began dreaming about in 1996. Before launching Kajeet, Daniel served as CEO & Vice Chairman of VCampus Corporation, a public company that pioneered the delivery of e-learning applications and services for students, businesspeople and government workers. Prior to VCampus, Daniel was part of the team that built - and successfully took public - USinternetworking, where he conceived of, launched, and led the AppHost™ business unit. USinternetworking was acquired by AT&T. Daniel previously built international commercial relationships for the delivery of communications technologies and services for Sprint and Global One Communications, Sprint’s joint venture with France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom. Daniel’s early career was in commercial banking, and public service. He has worked extensively in local government, and later served as a senior staff member with the National Performance Review of the office of the Vice President of the United States. Daniel holds an AB in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Daniel has raised over $120 million of investment capital and is a named inventor on 24 U.S. patents. He is active in many business, investment and technology circles, including Vistage and Mindshare. An avid bicyclist, runner and reader, Daniel most enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, whose names are incorporated in the word “Kajeet.”

About Dominic:
Dominic Marcellino is the director of strategy and business development at Kajeet. In this role, Dominic is responsible for expanding and strengthening Kajeet’s partnerships with system integrators, device manufacturers and solution providers, leading strategy for product and sales teams and refining customer experience. An expert in product, business development and sales with extensive expertise in bringing low-power IoT applications to market, Dominic’s strategic guidance strengthens Kajeet’s market position as a premier mobile virtual network operator for global enterprises.

About Kajeet:
Kajeet is a managed IoT connectivity provider working to enable connections for good. Founded in 2003, the company provides optimized IoT connectivity, software and hardware solutions that deliver safe, reliable, and controlled internet connectivity to nearly 3,000 businesses, schools and districts, state and local governments, and IoT solution providers. Kajeet is the only managed IoT connectivity services provider in the industry to offer a scalable IoT management platform, Sentinel®, that includes complete visibility into real-time data usage, policy control management, custom content filters for added security and multi-network flexibility. Whether to enable digital access that ensures student success, empower companies to connect and control devices in the field, or offer support and a platform to launch a complex mobile solution, Kajeet is trusted by many to make powerful and flexible wireless solutions easy. Kajeet is available for hybrid and multi-network access across all major North American wireless networks, globally in 168 other countries, and on multiple licensed and unlicensed networks. Kajeet holds 39 U.S. patents in mobile technologies.

Promising faster, better, and premium connectivity, the fifth generation of cellular networks is poised to usher in connectivity like we have never seen before. How do 5G cellular networks work, and how can we prepare?

While it’s a simple concept – monitoring patients at all times and from any location using IoT technologies – the reality of implementing a safe, reliable, and effective RPM solution is not always so simple. Join Frost & Sullivan and Kajeet as we explore the technological components that comprise a successful remote patient monitoring solution.

The second ECF filing window opens Sept 28! Applying for this funding is easier than you think. In this webinar, streamed live on 9/21, funding experts discussed best practices, lessons learned in the first round, and busted some common ECF application myths.

Smart, Internet-connected devices are transforming the utilities industry. Here we explore trends we see in utilities and the energy sector and the increasingly important role of IoT in these industries.

Telehealth has grown exponentially since the advent of the pandemic. Here are some ways in which remote medical services can create operational efficiencies and improve care.

Learn how the pandemic has impacted telehealth and medical IoT.

Despite the convenience factor, connecting to public WiFi can introduce a host of security risks. Here we talk about the dangers of public WiFi, common public WiFi attacks, and how to stay safe when you work online.

Smart devices are changing everything from healthcare to transportation—and now, they're transforming entire cities. What are smart cities, and how can they enable sustainability and efficiency?

Digital inclusion can only be achieved when all individuals are able to access and utilize technology. Let’s take a look at the challenges that individuals with disabilities often face when utilizing technology and explore some of the strategies that can be deployed to make tech more accessible for all.