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Currency in the Internet of Everything era is the biggest change in the way we pay for things since credit cards in the 1960s. Cisco contributing writer Kevin Maney takes a look at the disruptions taking place in digital transactions, and the possible future for systems like Bitcoin in this article. Do you think Bitcoin is viable? Let us know by replying to @Cisco with your thoughts.
Vice President of Marketing and IoT at SAP, Dinesh Sharma, guest blogs about the Mobile World Congress conference of 2014. The excitement of a collaborative effort with Cisco is palpable and Sharma eagerly showcases some of the IoT technologies on display at the event. From smart sodas to smart cranes, truly everything can benefit from IoE connections. Read the article here to see what you can expect for the future from this alliance.
Although museums and art galleries may not immediately spring to mind when technology and innovation are mentioned, forward-thinking institutions are incorporating the Internet of Everything into exhibits and transforming the visitor experience. Check out how the Cleveland Museum of Art is letting visitors interact with the exhibits like never before. Who knows where the next interactive museum might be – it could be right in your own city.
Bill Gerhardt, Director of the Service Provider Vertical, expresses his excitement about the Mobile World Congress conference of 2014, because of the glimpse it will provide into the future of the mobile industry. He’s also excited by the Cisco and SAP partnership working to solve the problems both ITs and OTs (operations technologists) are facing, ranging from connected vending machines to connected construction applications. To learn more about these solutions and how they could be extended to other industries, read his full blog by clicking here.
In the continuing series “True Stories of the Connected,” see how the Internet of Everything and smart, mobile technology are helping bike messengers in San Francisco navigate safely and quickly to deliver time-sensitive cargo. From things like simple spreadsheets to high-end foods like caviar, IoE is improving people’s lives everyday. Check out the whole video by clicking here.
Robert De La Mora picks up where his previous blog left off by reviewing some real world scenarios where the benefits of Fog computing via Cisco’s IOx can have a measurable impact on life and business. He uses transportation, city development and pipeline efficiency as key areas where connections supported and managed by fog computing will overcome challenges and help people respond to critical alerts in real-time. To see how each industry will be uniquely affected, read his full article and see a quick preview video of Cisco IOx in use.
Marie Hattar touches on the growing list of wearable connected devices made possible by the Internet of Everything that are helping to save lives daily. She then dives deeper into how IoE is helping turn high-velocity data into knowledge, preventing disease, eliminating guess work and better managing health crises. These examples are just the start of how IoE will help people live longer, healthier lives – so have a look and let us know what you think by replying below her article.
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