Monthly Archives: April 2017

Why Jason Hope Is Invested In The Internet Of Things

What exactly is this “internet of things” that we keep hearing about, and why do people seem to be getting so excited about something as vague as “things”? While the term is misleadingly vague, it’s actually referring to one of the digital domain’s biggest and exciting concepts-one in which the internet can be used as a tool with infinite possibilities, thanks to the technology of connections.

And no one is a bigger proponent or educator on how these technologies can be harnessed than Jason Hope. Through various media outlets, Hope has educated businesspeople and everyday consumers alike on why it’s not just cool that street lights can talk to each other, or that equipment can track and log its own maintenance. Developing this ability not only makes everything from computers to coffee makers run more efficiently. It also reduces waste both in terms of time and the type that puts a strain upon resources. Hope has indicated that he’s so convinced that the Internet Of Things is with us to stay, that consumers would be wise not only to acquire these “things”, but to invest with companies that produce them as well.

And Hope’s passion for connectedness doesn’t just apply to smartphones or cars. He recently pledged $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, a non-profit organization that employs advanced technologies in medical research. Hope’s donation will allow Dr. Aubrey deGrey to apply nanotechnology experiments towards the effects of aging and diseases associated with it, such as Alzheimer’s, atherosclerosis, and diabetes. Hope’s donation was singled out for praise at a recent “Breakout Philanthropy” breakfast.

And in addition to philanthropy, Hope continues his work as a “futurist“. Under Hope’s tutelage, the public will continue to be educated and provoked as to the many possibilities of the internet. The results will be faster, safer, and more environmentally responsible technologies and products for all to benefit from.

Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. Offers Excellence to the Mortgage Industry

Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. is a post-closing document provider that works with retail mortgage companies, lenders and others involved in the mortgage business. They are the leading assignments provider and lien release company in the world. Eight out of the top ten retail mortgage companies rely on Nationwide for their closing documents.


Nationwide can reach into every county in the nation to order the proper records for any mortgage closing purpose, which accounts for over 3,600 locations. The proprietary technology that allows this has been developed after years of hands-on experience in the industry and maximum investment in the effort.


Headquarters for Nationwide is in Palm Harbor, Florida and the company has over 600 employees stationed in three different States. In Dallas, Texas a large data center backs up all of the systems of the company just in case an emergency should occur, there will be no gap in the coverage and the delivery of the product to the customers.


Wessex Helping Students Succeed

Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) is helping UK people become better professionals. Wessex is located in the New Forest National Park. Wessex understands that many students like to discover technology. The Wessex Institute of Technology has an office in Boston, Massachusetts. The office helps U.S. residents learn about what the institute has to offer. Professor Carlos Brebbia helped get the Wessex Institute of Technology going after working in Argentina. Professor Brebbia also worked at the University of California, Irvine. Professor Brebbia helped at the Central Electricity Research Laboratories. Brebbia’s goal is to bring high-quality education to people internationally.

If you want to learn more about what the Wessex Institute of Technology does, remember to check out their course page. Wessex likes to encourage recently graduated Ph.D. researchers to help their careers. Wessex Institute worked on a Reactor Model. The Reactor Model will guide the design of systems that improve industry. Another valuable contribution of Wessex Institute of Technology is analyzing the electromagnetic field of the human eye. WIT worked on a risk assessment of pharmaceutical products. This assessment will show the threat that certain products pose to food and the environment. Wessex also looked at the integrity of pipelines to assist the European Union in planning.

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