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  • Now Google Analytics Lets You Check IoT Data

    Now Google Analytics Lets You Check IoT Data

    If you had to describe marketing analytics to your senior managers, would you describe its purpose as measuring website performance or device performance with respect to campaigns? Back when analytics

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  • IBM Has Aggressive IoT Ambitions

    IBM Has Aggressive IoT Ambitions

    New research from Strategy Analytics offers some insight about IBM's significant investment in the Internet of Things (IoT). The report by Laura DiDio, IBM Takes Aim at IoT with Multi B

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  • Hortonworks Buys an Internet of Anything Play

    Hortonworks Buys an Internet of Anything Play

    Hadoop distro providers like Cloudera and MapR don’t have to worry about going toe-to-toe with Hortonworks anymore. That's because Hortonworks is no longer a one trick pony. (Ok, maybe we should

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  • When the IoT Talks, Google's Eddystone Listens

    When the IoT Talks, Google's Eddystone Listens

    The Internet of Things (IoT) era has brought with it a host of new programmatic and operational issues as mountains of product data meet rivers of wireless signals from competing communication methods

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  • Salesforce: Try Our Partner Apps for Apple Watch

    Salesforce.com claims its first bundle of partner apps for the Apple Watch is ready — or, in most cases, poised to be ready. There are some 20 partner apps in all, a few of which are available i

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  • How Can We Make the IoT Useful?

    How Can We Make the IoT Useful?

    Everyone keeps talking about the size of the Internet of Things (IoT), which will connect anywhere between 20 million and 38 million devices by the year 2020 — depending on who you believe. 

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  • Spur Customer Feedback Loops with Connected Devices

    Spur Customer Feedback Loops with Connected Devices

    Earlier this year, Gartner predicted that “By 2018, five percent of customer service cases will be initiated by Internet-connected devices, up from 0.02 percent in 2014." The home of 2020 could

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  • Week in Review: MarTech Convergence + Microsoft's Hackers

    Week in Review: MarTech Convergence + Microsoft's Hackers

    Connecting the Pieces Aligning the pieces of your marketing cloud  CRM Leaders Gartner's best in lead management. Hooked on Office 365 OneDrive may make you believe. Work 24/7? You may

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  • Firm Gets $9M to Secure the IoT

    Firm Gets $9M to Secure the IoT

    Bastille, an Atlanta-based startup that's billing itself as the first cybersecurity company focusing specifically on the Internet of Things, just landed $9 million in Series A funding. It will use the

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  • Finding Solid Ground in the IoT Era

    Finding Solid Ground in the IoT Era

    Some combinations sound natural when blended together, like peanut butter and jelly. Others, like Red Sox and Yankee fans in a bar, are sure to be contentious.  This summer's O’Reilly Solid

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  • Abo Data, Predixion Partner to Advance the IoT

    The Internet of Things (IoT) will arguably be dominated by network and app gorillas like Apple, Cisco, HP and Microsoft. But it will also provide massive opportunities for smaller, agile developers as

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  • We Know: The IoT Will Be Big

    Another research firm is venturing a guess about the size of the Internet of Things (IoT). And guess what? It's going to be bigger than we thought, Juniper Research claims. In the next five

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  • Is That a Manufacturing Plant on Your Desk?

    Is That a Manufacturing Plant on Your Desk?

    More manufacturers are applying computer numerical control (CNC) — computer-programmed automation of machine tools — to blend program advances with real world applications. Take Other Mach

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  • Reimagine Customer Service with the IoT

    Reimagine Customer Service with the IoT

    Once upon a time all customer service interactions happened face to face. Then came the telephone. Telephones provided companies with a new channel of interaction to more effectively service a large b

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