Profile of Susan FourtanéScience & Technology journalist, writer, and philosopher
Member Since: 11/19/2013
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Susan Fourtané is a Science & Technology journalist, writer, and philosopher with a life-long interest in science and technology -- and all things interesting.
She has been a technology journalist for nearly 10 years writing and reporting for global print and online publications such as Helsinki Times, UBM DeusM's Internet Evolution (probably the best site dedicated to the analysis of the future of the Internet that has ever existed), Big Data Republic, TheCMOSite, Enterprise Efficiency, HPIO_UK, Global Blue Marketing, SixDegrees Magazine, and World.Edu.
Currently, she writes for UBM Tech Electronics Division's EETimes and EBN; also for Light Reading and The New IP. And most recently UBM's Future Cities. Prior to journalism and writing, she worked extensively in the international B2B environment in several countries on two continents specializing in international business communication.
Susan has been the media advisor for tech startups, European correspondent and media advisory board member for Crypto Biz Magazine. Susan considers herself a citizen of the world who currently tries to split her time between Helsinki, London, and the French Riviera.
Articles by Susan Fourtané
Autonomous and connected cars were spotlighted at this year's Mobile World Congress. With 44 million of these vehicles expected to hit the road by 2030, tech companies such as Nokia Networks and Qualcomm are joining car manufacturers to roll out state-of-the-art features.
Most of the IoT discussion has focused on connected cars, but motorcycles and other vehicles are getting into the market with surprising results.
In the connected future, the Internet of Things is expected to play a huge role in everyday life. Are enterprises ready to handle IoT, and what does it mean for security?
Connected cars will transform the way we interact with our vehicles. At the MWC earlier this month, it was clear that the Internet of Things, along with M2M connection, is speeding this transformation along.
We caught up with executives from IBM Research Zurich during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week to get the latest news on the company's efforts as part of an alliance with the lofty goal of standardizing IoT and M2M networks worldwide.