Convenience, safety and mobility in the forefront of many new products, and rightly so. Here’s a look at some of the game are changing technological products that will affect the way we live and work in 2015 and beyond.

1. Cicret Smart Bracelet

Cicret (pronounced “secret”) bracelet (still in the prototype stage and venture capital financing) forearm is in full color, touch screen smartphone with a simple movement of the hand.

You can do whatever you like to do on a smartphone or tablet, complete with a drawing feature on your skin. It pairs the phone via Bluetooth and will come with 16 GB or 32 GB or storage.

For secret agents imitators, free Android-app available now. It provides a fully secure, completely anonymous and untraceable chats, sharing and exchange of information. Allow other users to whom you give your personal ID can contact you, and vice versa; each interaction with other users Cicret has its own encryption. You can also store text or audio file on your computer and get it back to your phone with Cicret

Click to watch promo video on Cicret.com. Try the beta version of the app on Google Play.

2. Mobile payment systems

Apple Pay, the mobile payment solution, was launched in October. This payment is a contactless technology that allows users to pay with their iPhone, Apple Watch, or IPad (Air 2 or 3) Mini-no actual wallet or credit card required. You simply enter your credit and debit card information in the passbook (you can also do so from your account ITunes) and securely stored there.

shops and banks that accept this is contactless (non-conducting) readers Counters / cashier station. IPhone 6 uses Near Field Communications (NFC) -Just hold the phone near a contactless reader with a finger on the touch screen icon ID. On the Apple Monitor, double-click the button next to the digital crown and hold the dial near the proximity reader. You can also use Apple, to pay for the application on the iPhone 6 and support IPADS; at the checkout, simply select Apple, to pay and place your finger on the touch ID.

Pay Apple has some nifty built-in security features to protect users. The unique number of the unit of account (“token”) is encrypted and securely stored in a special chip on the device. These figures, which are used for processing payments are not stored on the servers of Apple, so your data is safe. Account numbers unit also protect your actual credit or debit card numbers from sharing with merchants or transferred with the payment.

Details of the transaction are not stored either, so your payments are private. In addition, you should never show your personal details (name, card number, security code) at the box office, as you do when using a credit card.

3. Connected Cars

Cars are the ultimate mobile wireless device. Your device can be connected to the vehicle via the application interfaces and automotive manufacturers offer additional in-car Wi-Fi routers. Some of them (including GM, Volvo, Nissan, Mercedes and BMW) are working on SmartWatch connected cars. In 2015 Hyundai Genesis even compatible with Google Glass.

GM plans to equip most of the 2015 Chevrolet cars with built-in OnStar 4G LTE, which turns your Chevy into a wireless hot spot for smartphone, tablet, laptop, or Apple, Newton. Also look for a variety of applications and streaming radio in cars.

This on-board wireless technology interesting business applications. Mobile solutions, such as those from the AutoNet change the way people will work on the road for:

Sales and mobile professionals – Increased productivity by filing reports, scheduling appointments and updating website information or properties of the car .

Truck / car park – efficiency increase with an affordable location tracking, deftly redirect drivers to meet the needs of pickup truck customers or changes, set alerts for preventive maintenance, pull the mobile time cards for drivers and more

Suburban buses and car rentals – to reduce time for busy passengers / customers and improve service. Connected means allow them to get the latest news online, make online purchases, update travel reservations, check email, transfer files

rapid response -. Connected ambulances can transmit EKG readings to hospitals and access to indexes of drugs, emergency medicine doctors or guide responses

Law enforcement agencies – officers can. access to protected databases of Web crime. For more than routine questions, the wireless portable devices can replace handwritten tickets paper ticket

Connected cars are not all work and no play. They also interact with Facebook, Spotify, Pandora, online content, and portable game consoles.

4. Keyboards multiple devices

Bluetooth-devices on multiple keyboard K480 Logitech can be used up to three wireless Bluetooth (they must support external keyboards) and platform. Type on your computer, check the social media on the tablet, and to respond to the text on your phone, all from a single keyboard.

Easy-dial allows users to switch between the three associated wireless Bluetooth. Integrated cradle is ergonomically set to hold your phone or tablet at the right angle for you to read while you are typing. It’s inexpensive, easy and great for travel or as a new kind of docking station / keyboard for the office.

5. Mobile Printing

you are already using a smartphone, laptop or tablet to share or work with files, you can now print of them using HP 1200w Mobile Print accessory for NFC-enabled devices . It connects to the USB port of your office support HP LaserJet, Officejet mobile printers and multifunction printers for wireless direct printing. It is safe because it bypasses the network file and print-peer communication network are sent using 128-bit encryption. You can also control access to the printer. Built-in functionality to print Apple, IOS, Android Samsung and Windows 8; for mobile devices without built-in support for printing, users must first download the software HP Eprint.

6. Mobile Device Management

In the world of BYOD, it is becoming increasingly critical to ensure mobile access to company data. If employees use their own or company-issued devices, IT managers must be able to manage all users, devices and data from a central console.

In order to ensure business data, you need to know who is connected to your information and systems, and from what device. Products such as MaaS360 to ensure control and security organizations need to manage devices and mobile platforms with true 360 ​​view of who uses what, where and how.

7. USB-drive cufflinks

Never show up to a presentation without the USB backup with these unique and stylish cufflinks USB; each has 4 GB of flash memory and hidden connector USB. Pop open the cuffs and connect the flash drive. Sending them a gift? You can have them engraved on your favorite touchy.

The goal to increase your company’s on-premise or cloud technology in 2015?

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