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Cisco's John Chambers Has Found A New $14 Trillion Market

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The Internet of Things. (The internet of things or web of things, it's coming. http://t.co/8umxYSViuj)

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This article by Julie Bort identifies the internet of things (IOT) as being a trillion dollar market and expresses the significance of this developing form of the internet, and the potential it has moving into the future. It also corroborates with Michael Brenner's article "Marketing and the internet of things"

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Smart machines will have deep business impact replacing semi-skilled humans through 2020

Smart machines will have deep business impact replacing semi-skilled humans through 2020 | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
Will smart machines replace humans in specialized jobs within the decade?

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This article by Charlie Osborne indicates to the wide spread impact smart machines will have in business by 2020. it refers to surveys showing that 60% of CEO's believe that smart machines can absorb millions of middle-class jobs, This shows the significance and importance of smart machines moving forward into the future, this article furthermore corroborates with Gartner in its believe that smart machines are evolving into learning systems, meaning that a large amount of people in the workforce could potentially be replaced.

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Jocelyn Teague's curator insight, March 28, 2014 9:24 AM

The ethical issue as to whether smart machines should take the jobs of people is high. This being said, the same thing happened when IBM released their first commercial calculating machine and thousands of human computers were replaced by machines.

It is likely when viewing history that society will grow used to the idea.

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Is Hybrid Cloud Just A Trendy Buzzword or the Future of IT?

Is Hybrid Cloud Just A Trendy Buzzword or the Future of IT? | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it

With the increasing demand of hybrid cloud services available to us via the cloud, the question arises: “Is colocation and hybrid cloud evolving”? Answer:  An unqualified yes.  And, companies want options.

 

Whether it’s colocation or hybrid cloud, offering as many options as possible is the overarching solution.  Security is no longer a barrier to choosing entry into the cloud.  Airtight security and best in class compliance are available, but selecting the provider that’s right for you is an important first step.

 

Colocation hosting solutions enable organizations to house their IT configuration, or any part of their IT setup, in a third-party data center. This means that companies can build a private cloud and lease data center space to meet the network, power and cooling demands of the system.

- See more at: http://www.vazata.com/Blog/is-hybrid-cloud-just-a-trendy-buzzword-or-the-future-of-it#sthash.syCWrjiD.dpuf


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This article distinguishes whether hybrid cloud is going to be a significant technology moving into the future, like James Bourne's article "Next two years “era of the hybrid cloud”, asserts Microsoft report" the writer believes that the hybrid cloud is the way of the future and agrees that it will be the technology that will be far more preferred by IT companies and personnel.

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Marketing And The Internet Of Things

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What is the "Internet of Things" and how will it impact marketing in the future? Read this for some excellent resources and my view.

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This article by Michael Brenner relates to the importance of the internet of things (IOT) in marketing. This article goes over some interesting ideas of how the IOT will allow a far superior business model. This article also corroborate with ideas of usability seen in Bridget Shirvell's "15 predictions for the future of the Internet".

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Denis Failly's curator insight, May 23, 2013 10:13 AM

In Augmented Environment, via IOT, we'll have a Augmented Marketing  a pervasive, seamless and real time Marketing

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Why The App Won The Software War

Why The App Won The Software War | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
The rise of mobile applications has transformed the way we talk about technology. (How did #apps change the world of software development?

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This article by Devanshi Garg reflects on the mobile apps rise to prominence , it explains how and why the Apps have become so big and looks at how it has overtaken both the downloads of programs and software. This article further corroborates with Samuel Greengard's article "Mobile Apps Are Revamping the Enterprise".

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3-D Printing Adds New Dimension to Business Innovation

3-D Printing Adds New Dimension to Business Innovation | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
Amid the consumer hype, companies are using the machines for product development (3-D Printing Adds New Dimension to Business Innovation http://t.co/TnNvswzegl @CIOonline)...

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 This article by Zac Miners is in relation to the new dimension which 3-D printing can bring to business. In the article the writer refers to several different examples of how 3-D printing has been integrated into specific workplaces. This article corroborates with "3-D printing: The coming revolution in how we make things".

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Gartner Says Smart Machines Will Have Widespread and Deep Business Impact Through 2020

Gartner Says Smart Machines Will Have Widespread and Deep Business Impact Through 2020 | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it

Sixty percent of CEOs believe that the emergence of smart machines capable of absorbing millions of middle-class jobs within 15 years is a "futurist fantasy," according to Gartner's 2013 CEO survey. However, Gartner predicts that smart machines will have widespread and deep business impact within only seven years through 2020.


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This article by Gartner reflects on the Smart machines ability and potential to absorb millions of jobs. The article predicts that the smart machine will have had a widespread impact on the world within seven years. This article corroborates with Charlie Osborns "Smart machines will have deep business impact through 2020".

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ukituki's curator insight, November 11, 2013 10:20 AM

"It's worth remembering that IT cost is typically about four percent of annual revenue, whereas the labor costs that can be rationalized by smart machines are as high as 40 percent of revenue in some knowledge and service industries," said Mr. Brant. "The supply side of the market — including IBM, GE, Google, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon — is placing large bets on the success of smart machines, while the demand side includes high-profile first movers that will trigger an 'arms race' for acquiring and/or developing smart machines."

 

 

Labor unions will reorganize and successfully oppose the intrusion of "job-killing" smart machines

 

Citizens will protest higher and more prolonged states of unemployment, electing governments to legislate against smart machines

 

Consumers will reject the machines — either because of a highly publicized catastrophe or because of a more subtle and prolonged need for human interaction

 

People will provide even greater productivity increases than smart machine replacements.

 

Legal challenges, stemming from the explicit "programmed morality" in automatic smart machines involved in accidents, will derail the market for autonomous agents.

 

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15 predictions for the future of the Internet | The Rundown | PBS NewsHour | PBS

15 predictions for the future of the Internet | The Rundown | PBS NewsHour | PBS | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
While debate continues about net neutrality, privacy and even the architecture of the Internet there is some agreement about the future of the Internet over the next ten years.

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This article by Bridget Shirvell predicts the future of the internet. It touches on the importance of usability of the internet of things and gives insight on the usability and development that it would provide.

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Private Cloud Losing Steam? More Than 60% of Enterprise Adopting Hybrid ... - DigitalJournal.com

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Private Cloud Losing Steam? More Than 60% of Enterprise Adopting Hybrid ...
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This article shows how Hybrid cloud is becoming more and more prominent in the enterprise. this article shows the benefits of the hybrid cloud and ecplains why it is so much more significant and relevant then ever before. this article corroborates with James Bourne's "Next two years “era of the hybrid cloud”, asserts Microsoft report".

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Gartner Trends for 2014: BYOD, Smart Machines and More - Scandit - Scandit

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Gartner Top Technology Trends for 2014: BYOD, Smart Machines and More http://t.co/MIQ9Nvnl2S via @Scandit / Interesting read #mobile #IoT

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This piece refers to an article produced by Gartner "Top 10 strategic technology trends for 2014" the article shares its thoughts on which will be the most important technologies moving into the future. The article touches on three of the topics which I have covered as being the most important technologies of the next decade (mobile applications, 3-D printing, Smart machines). Furthermore this piece corroborates strongly with Stephen Cass's article "CES 2014 Trends: The 3-D Printing Industry Is Poised to Explode" in its belief that 3-D printing is set to become extremely prominent in the next few years.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, November 12, 2013 6:21 PM

Now Gartner shows up w/ their analysis, where were these guys last year or the year before.  Do not expect the Gartner's, Forrester's of the world to provide leading advice, they don't know how to get in front of the S-curve, of technology

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Next two years “era of the hybrid cloud”, asserts Microsoft report

Next two years “era of the hybrid cloud”, asserts Microsoft report | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
The latest cloud computing report this time comes from Microsoft in collaboration with 451 Research, and again looks towards the hybrid as the tangible future of cloud computing.

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This article by James Bourne signifies hybrid could as being the future of cloud computing, this article states that hybrid cloud provides an important role in moving forward for IT. Some of the benefits this article states of having hybrid cloud are to introduce new and different products to the market, to help expand global and regional areas and to furthermore help with the development of new apps. This article also corroborates with digital journals article "Private Cloud Losing Steam? More Than 60% of Enterprise Adopting Hybrid Model: Cloud Connect Study" in the way that they both believe that hybrid cloud is surpassing private cloud.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, May 31, 2013 6:28 PM

Hybrid makes a lot of sense and will be the one that most companies will opt for.

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Feeling Our Way Toward the Hybrid Cloud

Feeling Our Way Toward the Hybrid Cloud | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
Although most organizations have an idea of what a hybrid cloud is, how it all comes together and works is still a bit up in the air.

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This article by Arthur Cole describes the enthusiasm towards Hybrid cloud and corroborated with both the other articles on the annual gains and huge increase in prominence that hybrid cloud will see in the next few years. although Arthur argues that we do not yet have the information to use Hybrid and will have to figure out what to do with it.

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The value of the internet now and in the future - The Economist (blog)

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The value of the internet now and in the future
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This week's Free exchange column discusses attempts to measure the consumer surplus generated by the internet (summary here).

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Although this article by Hal Varian does not directly relate to my belief that IOT will be one of the most important technologies in the next decade. I believe this a good article to show the immense economical value of the internet and the potential market of IOT.

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CES 2014 Trends: The 3-D Printing Industry Is Poised to Explode - IEEE Spectrum

CES 2014 Trends: The 3-D Printing Industry Is Poised to Explode - IEEE Spectrum | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
3-D printing was huge at the show, but there's more money to be made from selling printed products than in selling the printers themselves

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This article by Steven Cass explains how 2014 will be the launching point and start of the 3-D printings rise to prominence. This article shows how the 3-D market has significantly increased since five years ago, and we are lead to believe that this trend will continue to increase dramatically. This article also corroborates with "3-D printing: The coming revolution in how we make things" it the view that 3-D printing will infiltrate the mainstream and become a everyday household item.

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3-D printing: The coming revolution in how we make things

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Proponents hail 3-D printing as one of today’s most revolutionary technologies.

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This article relates to the idea that 3-D printing will become a mainstream household item. the article shows many ways that the 3-D printer could be of great help in a house hold setting, it also establishes the need for 3-D printing in some work places. This article corroborates with Stephen Cass's "CES 2014 Trends: The 3-D Printing Industry Is Poised to Explode"

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Mobile Apps Are Revamping the Enterprise - Baseline

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At the center of this universe is the mobile app.
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This article by Samuel Greengard explains how the mobile app is revamping the enterprise it explains the increase and increasing influence the mobile app is gaining. It also shows insight on how the mobile app is redefining the enterprise. this article corroborates with "Mobile in-app ad revenues will surpass PC online display advertising by 2017"

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Tech predictions for 2013: Big Data, robots, 3D printing and 4G - Siliconrepublic.com

Tech predictions for 2013: Big Data, robots, 3D printing and 4G - Siliconrepublic.com | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
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Tech predictions for 2013: Big Data, robots, 3D printing and 4G
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John Kennedy casts a cautious eye on 2013, the year that 4G finally begins to roll out in Ireland in tandem with superfast fibre services.

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This article by John Kennedy predicts technologies that will be prominent in the future. the article touches on two of the topics I am covering being, smart machines and 3-D printing. This article offers interesting insights on the future of technology and corroborates with "Gartner Trends for 2014: BYOD, Smart Machines and More" 

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Mobile in-app ad revenues will surpass PC online display advertising by 2017 - VentureBeat

Mobile in-app ad revenues will surpass PC online display advertising by 2017 - VentureBeat | Most important technologies of the next decade. | Scoop.it
Mobile in-app ad revenues will surpass PC online display advertising by 2017 VentureBeat Mobile in-app ads are growing at about 60 percent a year and are expected to surpass PC online display ad revenue by 2017, according to a report by market...
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This article is a good indication of how prominent the mobile app has become. it shows statistics on how the mobile app will surpass pc online display advertising by 2017. this article corroborates with Samuel Greengard's "Mobile Apps Are Revamping the Enterprise".

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