Earlier this week, Cisco’s Chief Futurist Dave Evans and I took questions from you, our partners and customers, about our views and predictions for the future of IT Education.
The discussion covered a broad variety of fascinating topics, ranging from the impact of wearable technologies in the classroom, to how we can overcome skills gaps in critical areas such as network security with new approaches to talent development.
Technology has had a dramatic impact on education over the past few years with tablets, digital chalkboards and new collaboration tools changing the way students learn and professionals advance their careers.
Below is a link to view the recording of the broadcast. If you have any questions that didn’t get answered, please leave them in the comments, and Dave or I will get back to you: http://newsroom.cisco.com/feature/1332106
Tags: certification, education, future, futurist, IoE, skills, wearable tech
Your house-cleaning robot connects to your lighting system, which connects to your garage door, which connects to your car. All of these devices in turn connect to your smartphone, which, among many other things, enables YOU to connect to a community of like-minded, creative souls looking for — you guessed it — better ways to connect and program things.
This is just a small glimpse into how the Internet of Everything (IoE) is transforming our lives. With its explosion in connectivity — from 10 billion “things” today to 50 billion in 2020 — IoE is changing the world in complex and challenging ways. But there are also exciting opportunities to manage the complexity, share ideas, and drive ever-higher levels of innovation and collaboration.
One name for this new paradigm is the Programmable World.
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Tags: asset utilization, Big Data, Cisco, Cisco Consulting Services, employee productivity, innovation, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoE Value Index, IoT, retail, value at stake
The Internet of Everything (IoE) is poised to change the world with extraordinary, wide-ranging implications. IoE will forge a new economy that is bursting with new market and business opportunities. Read More »
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Today, cities are becoming the epicenter of the Internet of Everything (IoE), where people, things, data and process can be connected to deliver new and amazing value. At the current pace of connectivity, Cisco predicts some 25 billion devices will be connected by 2015, and 50 billion by 2020. Today, furthering IoE innovations, Cisco and AGT announced a global strategic alliance to dramatically change the way today’s cities are managed and secured using cloud technologies and edge analytics.
The Cisco and AGT partnership will greatly improve the networking of a wide variety of devices, sensors and s1ocial media inputs. Combining Cisco intelligent networking infrastructure with AGT’s software platforms will enable the integration of previously disparate data, revealing new ways to manage city infrastructures, reduce management costs and improve the lives of citizens with a new generation of urban services. With 180,000 people moving into cities every day, there is an opportunity to transform the future of cities and make them more livable, safe and enhance the quality of life for everyone.
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Tags: AGT, IoE
By Maywun Wong, Service Provider Mobility Marketing Manager
Mobility is here to stay. According to a recent survey, 70% of all consumers use Public Wi-Fi, spending an average of 44 minutes connected to the Internet. It’s not just people connecting, but processes, things, and data, too, leading to the revolution called the Internet of Everything. At CES this year, John Chambers showed how the Internet of Everything could represent as high as $19 trillion in global opportunity in the next decade . For the public sector alone, IoE could generate up to $4.6 trillion in value in the next 8 years.
Cities around the world are using the IoE to provide intelligence to provide a better experience for their citizens and visitors. They are installing Wi-Fi across town so everyone can connect with their friends and family. They are also placing sensors in parking spaces, bus stations, light poles, and others such that the public knows what resources are available. Wim Elfrink, Cisco EVP of Industry Solutions and chief globalization officer, recognizes that “cities have the opportunity to transform the way citizens experience urban life.”
The city of Barcelona has embraced IoE in a true Smart+Connected City. They have Read More »
Tags: barcelona, connected city, Internet of Everything, IoE, Service Provider, Smart City, wi-fi, wifi