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The years 2014–2018 are poised to present new business opportunities for those enterprises and ecosystems that can take advantage of the Internet of Things. As hardware and networking costs are pushed down by the massive scale of wireless investment, the amount of data available about the physical world will explode. The question is not if but when organizations will be transformed by the precision, speed, and insightfulness possible when this data is filtered, synthesized, and disseminated.

Sometimes the thinking around Internet of Things is unclear, such as in the context of machine-to-machine (M2M) and mobile technology. This Webinar examines the trends, gives real-world examples already transforming business, and looks at how pace layering and advanced architectures can help you prepare your organization for the future.

Join this Webcast and learn:
  • What is the future direction of the Internet of Things?
  • How does the Internet of Things fit into an overall business strategy?
  • How does the Internet of Things fit with enterprise mobility?

Featured Speakers

Bill Clark, Global Vice President, Mobile Strategy, SAP

Bill joined SAP as Global Vice President, Mobile Strategy, in August 2012 from Gartner. At Gartner, Bill was a Research Vice President, responsible for Enterprise mobility strategies, Mobile Applications, Mobile Application Development, and Context Aware Computing. Bill received a Gartner Global Thought Leadership Award for his research on Context Aware Computing in January 2009, and was nominated for Global Analyst of the Year for 2010