How IoT Will Impact Our Society

How IoT Will Impact Our Society

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The Internet of Things promises transformative change for fundamental institutions like the economy, the workplace and agriculture—but our future depends on how we use it Some call the Internet of Things the Intelligence of Things or the Internet of Everything.

5 Global Cities Realizing the Potential of IoT

5 Global Cities Realizing the Potential of IoT

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The idea of an ‘intelligent’ city, filled with millions of sensors that connect citizens and local government to each other anywhere and instantly, seems like science fiction. But the smart cities of the future are being designed and...

Futurists Explain Why Technology Will “Disappear” in 2030

Futurists Explain Why Technology Will “Disappear” in 2030

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Ask the Futurists: 10 Bold Predictions for 2030 Which up-and-coming IoT companies will make the biggest splash next year? BY ATLANTIC RE:THINK Tags: Future Tech Tens of billions of devices, sensors, vehicles and people will become...

The Real Mastermind Behind Christmas? Santa's CIO

The Real Mastermind Behind Christmas? Santa's CIO

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Santa gets all the credit for Christmas, but did you know that the North Pole CIO is the real mastermind behind Santa’s operation? In this video, see how the same technology trends that drive your business also help make Santa faster,...

Industry Experts’ Top IoT Predictions for 2017 and Beyond

Industry Experts’ Top IoT Predictions for 2017 and Beyond

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The number of connected devices is expanding at a faster pace than ever before, and it’s clear that the Internet of Things (IoT) is here to stay. We spoke to top industry analysts and business leaders who shared their thoughts on where IoT is heading next year, and in years to come.

HPE CEO Meg Whitman on Politics & Technology

HPE CEO Meg Whitman on Politics & Technology

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As the CEO of a technology company, it is incredible to watch the growing role of technology in our democracy. Leading up to November's election, campaigns on both sides are leveraging data to more effectively reach constituents.

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