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People + Process + Data + Things = JOBS

…o anything!” It’s a familiar lament in modern families. Yet as parents fret about the time their children spend gaming, they may be missing the bigger picture — by failing to perceive the future of job creation in the Internet of Everything (IoE) economy. Gaming (within reason!) bestows children with some valuable skills that will be relevant to a rapidly evolving job market. And for a few kids, the gaming becomes the job. Gaming “super bowls” dr…

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The Monetization of Me: Calculating the Return on Exposure

…ach one of these profiles had a different set of requirement / preferences for how these assets (music, social, gaming, commerce, etc.) were accessed and used depending on where and what you were doing (preferences). I predict that in the future, consumers will have the ability to monetize themselves, with an application, for example, that provides credits to a mobile phone bill. Existing technology allows businesses to offer discounts, status an…

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How Service Providers Can Capture Seven Times Their Mobile Investment

…Cisco IBSG sees consumers demanding mobile-cloud services that fall into four key categories: Learn and Play: Gaming, video, information, productivity-enhancing services Communicate: Video calls, social networking Shop and Pay: Payments, healthcare, travel, location, context-based ads, mobile retail Monitor and Control: Home automation, surveillance Sevenfold Revenue Return on Investment Despite the $60 billion opportunity, mobile operators ha…

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Cisco Calls on Congress and FCC to Provide More Spectrum for Broadband

…es connected wirelessly to the internet – smartphones, tablets, laptops, video streaming devices, smart TVs and gaming consoles. And the devices will continue to proliferate — in just a few years, we forecast that that there will be 8 devices for every American. Not only do we send email and text messages constantly, but we’re watching massive amounts of video – from short clips of our children’s first steps to entire feature-length movies…

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Mobile Data Traffic Is Exploding—but Who Is Profiting? How Mobile Service Providers Can Monetize Mobile Data

…tency will be of interest to providers that target video on demand, music, e-commerce, broadcast television, or gaming. Content providers are also very interested in end-user information, including the type of content consumed, and from which locations. Such information would allow content providers to know their customers better. However, legal compliance over privacy-related questions must be ensured. Providing user-identification services will…

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