How Denver is Leading the Internet of Things – Denver Startup Week – October 2, 2015

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Over 200 people attended by Internet of Things session at Denver Startup Week 2016! Titled “How Denver is Leading the Internet of Things”, the session featured Denver area IoT entrepreneurs, investors and analysts who highlighed IoT innovations flowing from Denver Metro that can turn the promise of the Internet of Things into reality. For . . . → Read More: How Denver is Leading the Internet of Things – Denver Startup Week – October 2, 2015

Building the Internet of Things: GigaOm Structure Connect, San Francisco, October 21-22, 2014

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Join me at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center for GigaOm’s Structure Connect 2014, two days dedicated to “Building the Internet of Things.”  The conference, which will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday October 21 and 22, will explore how connecting our homes and business to the internet will disrupt businesses, bring ease to . . . → Read More: Building the Internet of Things: GigaOm Structure Connect, San Francisco, October 21-22, 2014

Imagining the Internet of Things in the Enterprise – Connected World Column June/July 2014

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When a friend recently asked for my perspective on the Internet of Things in the enterprise, I started to drone on with my usual answer about M2M, the Industrial Internet and the smart grid… but that’s when I realized some fresh thinking was needed. How does the new crop of consumer-oriented connected devices such as connected cars, smart watches, heads-up displays and fitness bands intersect with corporate information strategy? How can organizations use these new tools to improve customer service and employee productivity? . . . → Read More: Imagining the Internet of Things in the Enterprise – Connected World Column June/July 2014

Wireless Tech in the Greenhouse – Maximum Yield Indoor Gardening Expo, April 5-6, Tacoma WA

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Two of my favorite interests — gardening and wireless technology — came together at the Maximum Yield Indoor Gardening Expo in Tacoma, WA April 5 & 6. Some of you may already know that I am an avid home gardener, former partner in a retail hydroponics shop, and editor of the LED Grow Book published last year. While my primary reason for visiting Tacoma was to promote the book, I was also delighted to find a range of wireless indoor gardening equipment designed to give small-scale indoor growers some of the same high-tech tools used in commercial greenhouses. . . . → Read More: Wireless Tech in the Greenhouse – Maximum Yield Indoor Gardening Expo, April 5-6, Tacoma WA

MobileCon 2013: The Business and Mobile IT Conference – San Jose, CA, October 16-18, 2013

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Join me at the one mobile conference focused 100% on enterprise solutions — including my favorite segment of the mobile industry:  M2M or machine-to-machine.  I’m looking forward to hanging with my friends in the M2M zone, enjoying informational Keynotes, and taking in what’s new in the Solutions Exhibition.

MobileCon 2013 will be held at . . . → Read More: MobileCon 2013: The Business and Mobile IT Conference – San Jose, CA, October 16-18, 2013

Connected World Conference, Santa Clara – June, 2013

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This year the Connected World Conference captures the heart of the Silicon Valley, June 10-13 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. This year’s program includes a Gadget Giveaway and M2M App Challenge, and speakers from United Parcel Service, Progressive Insurance, Hewlett Packard, at&t, T-Mobile, Sprint, and more. . . . → Read More: Connected World Conference, Santa Clara – June, 2013

Lamberth Moderates “Verticals & Applications” Panel at Telecom Council of Silicon Valley M2M Forum

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Laurie Lamberth moderated a panel session at the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley’s Mobile Forum: M2M event on May 2, 2013. Laurie’s panel focused on enterprise vertical markets and enterprise applications for M2M — the territory where mobile M2M got its start in the early 2000’s. Now, a over a decade later, it was a pleasure to share the stage with this group of seasoned M2M professionals to provide their insights on how M2M has evolved over the past decade, what’s hot in M2M now, and what even hotter trends lie just over the horizon. Mobile Focus: M2M is a daylong conference that explored the rapidly emerging “M2M” or “machine-to-machine” segment of the wireless industry, and reflect’s the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley’s continuing commitment to provide meaningful technology and networking events for the global Silicon Valley. . . . → Read More: Lamberth Moderates “Verticals & Applications” Panel at Telecom Council of Silicon Valley M2M Forum

The Spy in Your Pocket: March/April Connected World Unplugged Column

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Don’t be John McAfee.  These are the cautionary words that open my March/April 2012 Connected World column, titled “The Spy in Your Pocket.”  The article explores what data our mobile phones collect about us and transmit to third parties of all sorts:  application publishers, mobile network operators, and digital advertising agencies.  If you or . . . → Read More: The Spy in Your Pocket: March/April Connected World Unplugged Column

GLG Webcast: The Internet of Things – How it Works and Why It Matters

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On Thursday, February 21 at 2 pm EST/11 am PST I presented a webcast on The Internet of Things for the Gerson Lehrman Group.  The webcast was an informative and fun 45 minutes during which I lay out what the “Internet of Things” is, how it works, and why it matters to people, communities, . . . → Read More: GLG Webcast: The Internet of Things – How it Works and Why It Matters