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 SNS Subscriber Edition Volume 17, Issue 16 Week of April 21, 2014 

 

***SNS***

The Internet of Other Things

 

 

 

Who's Coming to FiRe 2014?

 

Michael Dell

 

Award-winning CEO of

DELL Inc.

 

who famously and successfully Took His Company Private

 

 

 

May 20-23

Montage

Laguna Beach, CA

 

 

To register, go to: www.futureinreview.com

 

 

"[SNS is] a very good read, and informative about a lot that I'm interested in, however don't have time to follow in my daily life." - Jo Ousterhout, National Finance Co-Chair, Ready for Hillary

 

 And many more, including: Mark Hurd, Oracle;  Jon Myers, Graphene Technologies; Tom Taylor, Verizon; Ken Goldman, Yahoo; Leroy Hood, Institute for Systems Biology; David Brin, Author and Physicist; Michael Sims, Moon Express; Barry Briggs, Microsoft; Vint Cerf, Google; Neal Stephenson, Author; Larry Smarr, Calit2/Qualcomm Institute and Healthcare Pioneer; Hugh Bradlow, Telstra; Marty Tenenbaum, Cancer Commons....

 

In This Issue

 

 

Feature:

The Internet of

Other Things

E-Commerce

Email

ID Theft

Video and Audio Piracy

Trade Secrets

The Internet of Other Things

Summary

 

Quotes of the Week

 

Takeout Window

Intel's Chip Results, As Income

and Revenue per Sector

 

Upgrades and Numbers

Intel Numbers

Russia and History Lesson No. 1: Chechnya, Crimea, and Ukraine

NSA/Snowden and

History Lesson No. 2: Echelon

Here Comes 5G: Less About Frequencies, More About Bandwidth

 

Ethermail

 

In Case You Missed It...

SNS Members Making News

 

Upcoming SNS Events

& Media Links

 

In Other House News

How to Subscribe

May I Share This Newsletter?

About SNS

About the Publisher

Where's Mark?

 

 

 

Speakers & other Participants: www.futureinreview.com/participants

 

Agenda: www.futureinreview.com/agenda

 

 

 

The Internet of Other Things

 

There is no question that the large ship of technology funding and planning has shifted toward the Internet of Things. From the smallest startups (remember cute little NEST?) to the largest IT companies in the world, the IoT has taken front-and-center interest among those planning on making near-term profits as every possible device becomes smart and connected.

 

This parade of technical progress, driven almost entirely by the expansion of the Internet, has reached into every part of global commerce and individual lives, and there is no debate about the power and benefits this expansion has allowed. From SNS member and Oracle president Mark Hurd's description in last week's issue of how enterprise employees are empowered by the IoT, to startup SpaceCurve's new platform for real-time management of the Big Data that IoT will bring, the world of technology is rapidly transforming to mirror the challenges and benefits of the IoT.

 

(To hear more from Mark on Oracle's plans and perspectives, join us for FiRe 2014: www.futureinreview.com.)

 

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