The Internet of Everything (IoE) is happening now, bringing together people, process, data and things through networked connections to create new experiences. Over the next 10 years, IoE could generate $4.6 trillion of value in the public sector alone. This means not only helping cities increase revenues or decrease inefficiencies but also make the world a better place to live and work. Everyday, cities are adding smarts to everything: roads, parking spots, energy grids, water distribution systems and buildings. Our lives are being changed before our eyes. How is the Internet of Everything changing your city, and your life?
I hope you will join me on Twitter this Friday, June 20, 2014 at 10 a.m. PST for a thought-provoking hour about IoE in the #InnovateThink Tweet Chat. Join me, @CiscoIoE alongside @ron_miller to learn about what is taking place in your industry, your city and even your home, thanks to IoE. Simply use the hashtags #InnovateThink and #InternetofEverything on Twitter to join the conversation and learn how IoE is connecting the unconnected.
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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.
With organizations all over the world striving to make lasting connections with both their workforce and customers, mobile communications have fundamentally changed the way business works. And when you factor in the added influence of cloud computing, an exciting collision of technology -- known as the mobile cloud – has emerged as a major factor in significantly increasing the overall value of mobility.
Mobile-Cloud Accelerates the Pace of Change: Blog by Padmasree Warrior
Do you find yourself wondering what are the possibilities that mobile cloud brings to the business world and how can we use what we already know to realize them?
In part one of a riveting new blog series, Cisco Chief Technology & Strategy Officer Padmasree Warrior answers these questions and dives even deeper into the growth of mobile cloud and how businesses in any vertical stand to benefit.
The Growth of Mobile Cloud
The growth of mobile cloud will be a major force in shaping the business landscape and future tech decisions. Already, mobile cloud has been a huge factor in the momentum behind the progress of the Internet of Everything. The dissemination of “Big Data” across an exploding number of mobile devices (more than 10 billion mobile-ready devices in play by 2018) is just one example.
For a visual perspective and numbers-rich look at why the Internet of Everything has the potential to grow corporate profits by more than 20% by 2022, take a look at the Pace of Change SlideShare.
Cloud World Forum:Nick Earle, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Services Sales and Channels at Cisco will be giving a keynote at Cloud World Forum (London, UK) on June 17th at 16:30. His masterclass address will discuss how you can align your strategy and business for success using cloud.
[Podcast] Hybrid Cloud – Different Clouds for Different Needs - Fabio Gori, Director of Worldwide Cloud Marketing at Cisco provides answers to big questions: As cloud gives an opportunity to businesses to buy services externally – how is cloud impacting your customers? Do you see hybrid cloud as where the world is going? What benefits does it bring? And how does Cisco connect all of these clouds? Fabio also tells us everything about Intercloud and Cisco investment on it. Listen to the podcast.
Since its announcement at the RSA 2014 conference, the security community has been actively involved in the Cisco IoT Security Grand Challenge. The response has been so great that we’ve decided to extend the deadline by two more weeks -- so you now have until July 1st, 2014 to make your submission! Visit www.CiscoSecurityGrandChallenge.com for full details about the challenge and prepare your response. Good luck!