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Analytics Squeeze Value Out of IoT

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internet of things
Samwassapp   2/17/2015 3:47:19 PM
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Yes, I truly believe the internet of things is the future. Indeed big companies started to acquire startups in this sector for a lot of money, like Google with the recent acquisition of Nest. Next move we'll be probably to Google Anlytics into their Nest devices :)



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