The human element is the biggest part of cyber security

Posted by Bjorn Gudehus on Sep 14, 2017 2:27:59 PM

More and more of our clients are concerned about their own data security, and rightfully so. Hardly a week goes by without the announcement of some huge data security breach.

And for those who use our automation and remote monitoring solutions, they’re concerned about Zedi’s security—because our systems are connected with theirs. Remember, in the Target breach in 2016, hackers broke in through the retailer’s HVAC contractor. So it’s legit for companies to be concerned about the security of anyone who’s connected with their system.

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IIoT to get all humans and machines on the same page

Posted by Amy Thibault on Aug 28, 2017 11:33:06 AM

What if we could help you know about production issues instantly—anywhere in the world? 
What if all pertinent personnel got that information in an easy-to-read dashboard at the same time? 

What if that same information system helped valves and pumps self-monitor so they required less oversight?

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What Makes Zedi Go?

Posted by Heather Beck on Aug 14, 2017 2:56:44 PM

What makes Zedi Go? Not to steal any thunder from our great mobile app, but it’s not so much a ‘what’ makes Zedi go, but ‘who’. So, then the question becomes: Who makes Zedi Go? Our 450+ employees, that’s who! From all of our lines of business, our corporate support services, and our leadership team – we all work together to make Zedi Go!

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Why I love ZIP Codes.

Posted by Jeff Edwards on Jul 27, 2017 2:08:27 PM

I’m a proud Canadian but yes, I love ZIP codes.  Let me tell you why. 

One day in September 1988, I rode my ten-speed bike to the doors of a brand new company  called Zedi.  Actually, it was “Z.I. Probes” (Z in Canada is pronounced “Zed”).  I met the founders, they interviewed m e, and  they offered me a computer engineering job.  When I asked them why they called the company Z.I. Probes, they told me that it was memorable like “ZIP code” .  It certainly was.  Read More