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Cities are replacing phone booths and static signage with kiosks in an effort to connect more infrastructure to the cloud.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is advancing a new breed of smart buildings that are better aligned with the priorities of property owners and managers. 

United Technologies, which is behind brands such as Otis, Carrier and Pratt & Whitney, will use Microsoft's Azure platform and software as part of its digital transformation effort.
Home automation is quickly becoming a top priority for buyers.

Have you ever wondered what fitness and training might be like in the future?

CSG market survey reveals human expertise offers value when connecting the IoT.

Fueled by a common network, (the Web/Cloud) and edge processing that is getting cheaper, faster and more powerful, the idea of instrumenting everything in a building is catching on.

With its exhaustive partner network, the leader in connected appliances puts owner experience at the center of every innovation.

IoT-enabled intelligent building systems are secure, scalable, and interoperable. They assist with open communication and standards within the building space, assisting with reduced costs and improved integration possibilities. 

The modern workplace is not "built to last"; it is "built to change." And without the CIO and IT team, there's no way to ensure the workplace technology is supporting the needs of the entire workforce or the needs of a growing business.


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