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  • Delivering on the IoT’s Potential: Platforms That Enable Game-Changing Applications

    Learn more about the role IoT application platforms play in changing business processes and customer experiences.

Delivering on the IoT’s Potential: Platforms That Enable Game-Changing Applications

(Original Webcast July 29, 2014)

By 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to connect 50 billion smart objects to the network. Applications and their enablement play a critical role in harnessing this connectivity growth and the data generated from these objects. Through these applications, data collected can foster breakthroughs in decision making, operational efficiencies, safety, and security and have an effect on nearly every aspect of the customer experience.

Join this webcast to learn more from executives building IoT systems and software platforms that take advantage of the data generated by connected devices to simplify business processes.

Moderating this panel will be Steve Hilton, chief analyst, cofounder, and managing director of MacNation, with subject matter experts Christian Busch, senior director for IoT, SAP, and Todd Baker, product manager, IoT Strategy and Planning, Cisco. They will be discussing the importance of an IoT platform built to enable game-changing applications.


Agenda

Discussion topics include:

  • IoT software platform considerations and scenarios
  • Application enablement and data analytics
  • Faster computing, faster decision making, and faster response to critical business processes


Approximate duration: 60 minutes


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