Did you know . . .
- there are currently about 2 connected devices for every human being on the planet?
- more than 99 percent of things in the physical world are still not connected to the Internet?
- analysts are predicting the world will reach 50 billion connected devices by 2020?
All over the world, sensors, smart objects, and other devices are connecting through the reach and power of the Internet. Manufacturing floors, energy grids, healthcare facilities, and transportation systems– are also being connected through the power of the Internet.
And they’re dynamically generating, analyzing, and communicating intelligence to increase operational efficiency, visibility and control, power new business models, and improve quality of life.
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Tags: challenges, internet of things, IoE, IoT, prizes
It is not often you get a peek in the behind scenes of the Cisco Employees who put their personal lives on hold to support a major event like Cisco Live. I am very sure this blog will not do justice to sharing one person’s perspective, but lets give it a try shall we?
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Tags: challenges, Cisco Live London, configuration, demonstration, EIGRP, OSPF, routing and switching
Advocacy is a term we have been hearing more often in the recent years. It’s not a new term but one that has been reinvigorated in the context of the online world. Social media is playing an increasing role in the purchase cycle, resulting in more focus on post-purchase engagement on the web.
The Customer Journey Has Evolved:
The post-purchase phase is a key component in building brand loyalty and advocacy. I have borrowed the following graphic to show the evolution of the online customer journey: Read More »
Tags: advocacy, Advocate, ambassador, best practice, brand, challenges, customer, how to, influencer, online, pitfalls, social media, who is