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Start-Up Firms Will Drive Internet of Things


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By 2017 more than half of the developments associated with the Internet of Things will combine products with an IOT service.

According to information technology research and advisory firm… 57 more words

Digital

Greetings from Dreamforce 2014: Three topics for the Finnish CMO (B2B and B2C)

I’ve been told that some twenty years ago, the best way to be a successful consultant in Finland was to go to a conference in the States, and then return to the motherland and preach whatever new and exciting things that were hot topics in the US at that time. 579 more words

B2b

Nordic Business Forum 2014, Notes from Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson is well-known professor who speak lot’s of school systems. All his Ted speech is founded here: 

The presentation in Nordic Business Forum is fun and encouraging. 455 more words

Learning

Barack Obama's Timebombs Of Tyranny

- by Jim Mullen -

Every war has its obvious horrors from direct devastation. Additionally, however, the art of war allows for the planting of booby traps, land mines, roadside bombs, time bombs, and any number of creative devices to harass or continue the raining of destruction upon the enemy over time. 1,225 more words

Politics

Understand Predictive Marketing? Here's 20 Reasons Why You Need It

Check out this great infographic from mintigo.com, featuring 20 reasons why B2B marketers need predictive marketing.
Big data is a big part of effective marketing, and will continue to be so.  34 more words

Future Tech Trends event at the Helix, October 6th : Review

At the Helix in DCU, early in the morning, organised as part of the Fingal Enterprise week, mc’d by Noel Davidson  there were three interesting speakers. 956 more words

Future Trends

2014 Survey of America's Physicians: Practice Patterns and Perspectives

The Physicians Foundation is out with its latest biennial survey of physicians in the country, looking at work satisfaction, practice patterns, and other attitudes of over 20,000 survey participants. 214 more words

Posted By Diana Culbertson