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Webinar – The Internet of Things is Here – A Three Part Interactive Series

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Toronto, ON 1:00 p.m. EST.

 

Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived and it’s evolving rapidly. How well do you understand what it means and its implications?

Join us for this series of interactive webinars. Send us your questions in advance. Gain insights from a leading panel of experts and from other participants as we explore the topic together and delve into what’s really possible with the Internet of Things.

Register for the webinars today – it won’t be the same event without you!

Attend the October 29th session and you will recieve a $10.00 Tim Hortons card following the event! Multiple session attendees will receive one gift card for the webinar series.

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Like any new topic in technology there’s always more than what meets the eye. We’ll look to define the Internet of Things and talk about why it matters and cover topics such as security, privacy and more. As we will throughout this series, our expert panel will be looking to answer YOUR questions on this exciting new technology and trend.
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We’ll explore some real life instances of the Internet of Things that are in place today. We’ll do a deep dive and look at how this is relevant in business, what the costs and benefits are and how to develop a road map/strategy for implementation in your own business.
Wednesday,
October 29, 2014
at 1:00 PM EDT
Those of us who have lived through the revolution in mobility know that as a new technology gains foothold, it also gains momentum. We’ll help prepare for that future and look forward over the three years to see the types of developments and changes we can expect. We’ll discuss strategies to meet the challenges and explore the possibilities.
REGISTER NOW

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