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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/28/2017
As the popularity of the internet of things (IoT) grows exponentially, there's one question on the lips of every cyber enthusiast, expert and security expert out there: how will organisations, individuals and industries keep their networks secure?
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Josh McAllister, Contributor, IoT World News, , 3/24/2017
From agriculture to retail, the internet of things is changing how companies in many industries do business.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/16/2017
In Gothenburg more so than other burgeoning smart cities, silos are seen as the enemy.
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Keith Bruce, CEO & President, San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl Host Committee, , 3/14/2017
When I was hired as the CEO of Super Bowl 50 and the Bay Area Host Committee, I was presented with a number of requirements and obligations that the cities of San Francisco and Santa Clara had committed to as part of hosting Super Bowl 50. This was August 2013, a full two and a half years before our event played out at Levi's Stadium in February of 2016.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 3/6/2017
As chief innovation officer for the Municipality of Tel Aviv, Rinat Guy oversees smart city development in Israel's second-largest city - and one of the foremost smart cities in the entire world.
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Daniel Obodovski, Founder & CEO, The Silent Intelligence, , 2/20/2017
There's still a lot of mystery and confusion surrounding the internet of things.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/24/2017
The internet of things market is growing exponentially, in value as well as size, and the value of the smart building market is growing in tandem.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/20/2017
The months since we at IoT World News made our claims that Donald Trump's presidency does not bode well for the United States have been even more fraught with scandal and controversy than was expected -- and a lot was expected, considering the platform the incoming president ran on, along with his personal and business history.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/17/2017
To say plenty happened at CES 2017 that's likely to impact the future of IoT would be an understatement, with early January's headlines dominated by autonomous vehicles, analytical beds and robots of all shapes and sizes.
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afwriter
Posted by afwriter |  In reply to: Inside IBM Watson's Munich HQ: The World's Foremost Industrial IoT Playground
I love the idea of Watson and IoT, I think the two together are going to make big waves in our world.  

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DHagar
Posted by DHagar |  In reply to: Inside IBM Watson's Munich HQ: The World's Foremost Industrial IoT Playground
@ms.akkineni, excellent - no wonder we see eye-to-eye.  IBM will do well if they keep applying appropriately.

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