Smart glasses hyped at the Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit, but other devices are being overlooked

Lux Research analysts recently attended the Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit East at Atlanta, GA. The conference included about 250 attendees, with presenters and exhibitors focused on the opportunities and challenges of implementing wearable devices in the workplace. The buzz at the confere...

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