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eWeek article "Taking a Long-Term Look at the Future of IoT"

eWeek article "Taking a Long-Term Look at the Future of IoT"

eWeek article "Taking a Long-Term Look at the Future of IoT"



To Mike Simon, if a product has an on/off switch, it should be connected to the Internet.
Simon, the outgoing CEO of remote access technology maker LogMeIn and co-founder of the company's Xively Internet of things (IoT) business, said during the opening keynote of LogMeIn's inaugural Xperience user conference here Oct. 1 that businesses no longer need to spend a lot of money to enter the burgeoning IoT arena, and the tools they need to do so are easily attainable.
"The technology is there," he told the crowd at the show, which saw 5,000 people sign up to attend. "It's inexpensive and available. You just need the innovation on top of that technology."...

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