More than half of major new business processes and systems will incorporate some element of the Internet of Things by 2020, according to Gartner.
That means that every piece of software that supports those business processes and systems must be redesigned to accommodate the requirements of the rapidly evolving IoT market.
Nearly every major independent software vendor (ISV) is making moves to respond to the IoT challenge. Some are adding new functionality to their existing applications organically. Others are making acquisitions to enhance their established capabilities.
Click here to read THINKstrategies’ views in E-Commerce Times about how leading ISVs are repositioning themselves to address the unique challenges created by the IoT.
Axeda, Dyn and SafeNet to Sponsor and Speak at Connected Cloud Summit Focused on Internet of Things Marketplace, September 18 in Boston
Axeda, Dyn and SafeNet are the latest companies to sponsor and speak at the 2014 Connected Cloud Summit, hosted by THINKstrategies and the Cloud Computing Showplace, which will bring together key executives from across a variety of industries to discuss the unprecedented business opportunities being created by the rapidly growing ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) marketplace. The Summit will take place on Thursday, September 18 in Boston, MA.
These companies join Oracle Corporation which is a Marquee Sponsor of the Summit. Key executives from the companies will also join Peter Utzschneider, Oracle’s VP of Product Management, who will kickoff the Summit with a keynote presentation that will examine how enterprises and software vendors are working together to capitalize on the new IoT market opportunities and address key technology challenges.
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IBM has become the latest company to agree to speak and sponsor the Cloud Channel Summit, hosted by THINKstrategies, the Cloud Computing Showplace and Rising Tide Media on Monday, November 7.
IBM joins a growing list of sponsors, partners and speakers participating in the one day forum focused on building successful channel relationships in the Cloud. Other Summit sponsors include GoodData, Safenet, SoftServe, AppDirect, Agilis Solutions and Scribe Software.
The Cloud Channel Summit will take place at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. It will bring together senior executives from leading Cloud Computing vendors and their channel company counterparts to share industry best practices and innovative ideas for building profitable and successful channel partnerships in the Cloud.
The Cloud Channel Summit will kickoff with a keynote presentation by Google’s Director of Channels and Business Development, Stephen Cho, entitled, “Making Rain in the Channel: New Opportunities in Cloud Computing.”
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