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Getting ‘Smart’er – Collaboration and the Internet of Everything

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Gartner suggests that the "the smart machine era will be the most disruptive in the history of IT." This will include the proliferation of contextually aware, intelligent personal assistants, smart advisors (e.g. IBM -0.66% Watson), advanced global industrial systems, autonomous vehicles, etc. With sensors everywhere recording about 2.5 exabytes of data a day what will the offices of tomorrow look like. How will our collaboration change? This panel will discuss how we see smart things, big data and collaboration working together.
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  • 1. Getting Smarter Collaboration and the Internet of Everything Angie Mistretta Cisco Director, Collaboration Solutions Marketing @angiemistretta http://blogs.cisco.com/author/angiemistretta/

2. What Is The IMCCA? Non-profit, technology neutral Focus on all multimedia & collaboration Increase awareness & branding Unification of organizations & interests Further learning objectives Copyright 2014 by InfoComm International Interactive Multimedia and Collaborative Communications Alliance Industry Alliances Networking Opportunities Monthly Newsletter Educational Opportunities Special Interest Groups Free Membership For End Users Many Benefits for Vendor Members Contact Carol Zelkin, Executive Director [email protected] Stop by booth N2221 www.IMCCA.org 3. Converging Digital Disruptions Create a Unique Inflection Point Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International The Nexus of Forces The 3rd Platform The Industrial Internet IoT = $1.9 trillion in 2020 $10 trillion to $15 trillion over next 20 years $462 billion in 2013 (22% of total ICT spending) 4. This Opportunity is the Internet of Everything (IoE) Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International Delivering the Right Information to the Right Person (or Machine) at the Right Time Process Physical Devices and Objects Connected to the Internet and Each Other for Intelligent Decision Making Things Connecting People in More Relevant, Valuable Ways People Leveraging Data into More Useful Information for Decision Making Data IoE Networked Connection of People, Process, Data, Things 5. Sizing the Opportunity Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International VALUE AT STAKE 19.0* Trillion$ 14.4 Trillion PRIVATE SECTOR Includes Both Industry-specific and Horizontal Use Cases: Customer experience Innovation Employee productivity Supply chain Asset utilization 4.6 Trillion PUBLIC SECTOR Includes Cities, Agencies, and Verticals Such as Healthcare, Education, Defense: Increased revenue Reduced cost Employee productivity Connected militarized defense Citizen experience EstimateIsBased on Bottom-up Analysisof 61Use Cases, Including 21 for PrivateSector and40 inPublicSector (*2013-2022) 6. IoE is Driving Exponential Change Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International The next big wave is going to be around the Internet of Everything. It will be implemented by combining things with processes, with business changes, with people. And, it will drive a productivity number, and a financial number, that is just mind- boggling. John Chambers IoE has the potential to grow global corporate profits by an estimated 21% by 2022 Firms captured just 53% of IoEs Value at Stake for 2013, leaving $544B of unrealized value By 2020, there will be approximately 50 billion objects connected to the Internet In 2012 alone, we created more data than in the previous 5,000 years combined Globally, machine-to- machine IP traffic will grow 20-fold from 2012 to 2017 By 2014, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth An estimated 77 billion apps will be downloaded during 2014 2/3 of the worlds mobile data traffic will be video by 2015 7. IoE Consists of M2M, M2P, and P2P Connections Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Data sent / received from one machine (thing) to another Often called the Internet of Things Machine-to-Person (M2P) Data sent / received from a machine (thing) to a person Often called data and analytics Person-to-Person (P2P) Data sent / received from one person to another Often called collaboration CONNECTION TYPE IoE Value (2013-2022) $7.4 Trillion $4.6 Trillion $7.0 Trillion 8. Connected Objects Generate Big Data Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International The World Generates More Than 2 Exabytes of Data Every Day 46 million smart meters in the U.S alone 1.1 billion data points (.5TB) per day 10TB of data for every 30 minutes of flight With >25,000 flights per day, petabytes daily A large offshore field produces 0.75TB of data weekly A large refinery generates 1TB of raw data per day A single consumer packaged good manufacturing machine generates 13B data samples per day 9. IoE Transforms Data into Wisdom Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International Big Data becomes Open Data for Customers, Consumers to Use More Important Less Important 010101001010101010101010101010 101010101000101010010101010101 110101010101010101 Wisdom (Scenario Planning) Data Information Knowledge 10. The IoE-Ready Organization Three Key Attributes Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International Hyper-Aware Predictive Agile Sense the location, status, and context of company assets, customers Monitor customer sentiment and behaviors in real time Identify market and competitive changes Accelerating Innovation Anticipate market transitions Optimize performance of assets, operations Foresee and proactively address emerging security threats Achieve competitive differentiation by responding faster than rivals Foster disruptive innovation, build platforms for sustainable advantage Respond to rapidly evolving threats 11. Getting Smarter Collaboration and the Internet of Everything Copyright 2012 by InfoComm International Todays Panelists:

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