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    1. Why is it so hard to monetize the Internet of Things?

      Why is it so hard to monetize the Internet of Things?

      From wind turbines to your washing machine, the IoT is all the rage, and everyone wants their piece of the pie. Monetization and creating business value, not to mention profits, is the holy grail for the IoT. But who is really making money on the IoT and where are the most lucrative opportunities? For that we turned to Mike Fallon, Senior Advisor of the IoT Transformation Advisory Practice at PTC.

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    2. The five unified communications apps you need

      The five unified communications apps you need

      Evaluate Weigh the pros and cons of technologies, products and projects you are considering. The five unified communications apps you need -- voice, video, messaging, conferencing and mobility -- help organizations construct well-rounded collaboration plans. 

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      Mentions: Video Mobility
    3. Fashion meets technology: A new era in wearables evolution

      Fashion meets technology: A new era in wearables evolution

      Ten years from now, when we read about technology history, 2017 will be seen as a turning point in the evolution of wearables — when fashion met technology. Luxury brands used to think about novel fabrics, materials and designs when discussing technology advancements for their watches, glasses, hand bags and clothing.

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    4. What are the biggest UC trends for the next year?

      What are the biggest UC trends for the next year?

      Rob Pickering, founder and CEO of IP Cortex, offers insight on next year's UC trends following UC EXPO 2017. Shares Collaboration and business communication continue to be hot topics as we saw last week at UC Expo, and businesses are increasingly looking at ways to reduce complexity in their communications while also improving efficiencies, productivity, customer engagement and loyalty.

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    5. 10 Principles for Leading the Next Industrial Revolution

      10 Principles for Leading the Next Industrial Revolution

      How can you prepare your company -- whether it is large or small -- to play a leading role in the next industrial revolution, the one that is caused by large-scale digital technology? How can you take advantage of your existing strengths while developing the digital prowess and personal skill that you need? 10 principles can help senior executives navigate the opportunities and uncertainties.

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    6. 12M connected cars gives General Motors a massive IoT fleet

      12M connected cars gives General Motors a massive IoT fleet

      Steve Schwinke has worked on OnStar at GM in a variety of roles for some 20 years, watching the service evolve from a customer benefit into a full fledged connectivity mesh that helps the automotive giant improve its vehicles.  Now Director of Advanced Development, Schwinke recently talked to Network World Editor in Chief John Dix about OnStar as an IoT platform.

      How has OnStar evolved over the years?

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      Mentions: Network World
    7. Machine learning proves its worth to business

      Machine learning proves its worth to business

      Machine learning couldn’t be hotter. A type of artificial intelligence that enables computers to learn to perform tasks and make predictions without explicit programming, machine learning has caught fire among the hip tech set, but remains a somewhat futuristic concept for most enterprises. But thanks to technological advances and emerging frameworks, machine learning may soon hit the mainstream.

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      Mentions: Amazon
    8. Turning IoT hype into reality

      Turning IoT hype into reality

      Turning IoT hype into reality Turning IoT hype into reality Only through multilayer architectures, new hybrid networking approaches, and real cross-industry collaboration can enterprises make the most of IoT Published: October 31, 2016 6:17 AM Gartner analysts forecast that 6.4 billion connected ‘things’ will be in use worldwide in 2016, up 30% from 2015, and reaching close to 21 billion by 2020.

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      Mentions: Mobility
    9. A pre-launch history of Facebook at Work

      A pre-launch history of Facebook at Work

      A pre-launch history of Facebook at Work More like this What does Microsoft Hololens Enterprise Edition offer business that other... Credit: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic Facebook is about to release its much-anticipated business collaboration service. Here's a look back at the last 20 months of Facebook at Work's growing pains, partnerships, pilot programs and delays. Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent.

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    10. Why every tech pro should learn to code

      Why every tech pro should learn to code

      Coding is one of the hottest skills on the tech market. According to a recent survey from Burning Glass, programming jobs are growing 12 percent faster than the average. According to the survey in 2015 there were seven million job openings that required coding skills.

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      Mentions: Education
    11. Your enterprise network – on demand

      Your enterprise network – on demand

      Today, companies and firms, whatever their size or business model, need to stay connected. However, the cost of their network equipment is often not in line with their real use. Obtaining a network infrastructure that meets business demands and adapts to their actual needs is an important challenge. Keeping costs in line with the ups and downs of the business is also an ongoing challenge.

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    12. Mobility is Driving the Unified Communications Market

      Mobility is Driving the Unified Communications Market

      The market for unified communications (UC) solutions is big, and growing bigger as more companies discover the unique ability to keep a connected and collaborative workforce that stays pace with modern communications. UC is a broad term, and it generally refers to all types of calls and multimedia messages managed by an individual user for business processes.

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