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IoT: the Internet of Trade-offs

The wonder and promise of the Internet of Things see billions of devices communicating with each other, transmitting, collecting, and sharing data that allows decision-making without the need for human intervention. If the vending machine knows that it needs inventory, … Continue reading

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The Technology Trade-off

The internet of things continues to grow exponentially, with a predicted 50 billion connected devices in just the next few years. With this interconnectivity and machine-to-machine interaction, complex processes are executed without human interaction, data powers automatic adjustments and “machine … Continue reading

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I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that.

As the connected world accelerates exponentially, with an estimated 50 billion connected devices over just the next few years, the era of machine to machine (M2M) and the internet of things (IoT) technology has already seen incredible improvements in business … Continue reading

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The internet of things is way-cool!

One of the things I find fascinating about the future of machine to machine (M2M) and internet of things (IoT) technology is that so many people are often focused on the technology, rather than its application to real-world business problems. … Continue reading

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Living in a World of “What if?”

It’s no secret that we live in a connected world – a world where we enjoy instant worldwide connectivity and access, where machines talk to other machines, making decisions and taking action without the need for human interaction. As technology … Continue reading

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Driving Our Economy

This week I watched my car’s odometer roll past 40,000 miles. Not exactly an especially exciting time for most car owners. But for me and my Chevy Volt, it’s a great time to stop and think about the broader implications. … Continue reading

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