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The Internet of Things (IoT): a slow burn

Published: Tue 17 Nov 2015 09:09 AM
The Internet of Things (IoT): a slow burn until it can communicate with everything else
href="#a"> By Peter Kerr for sticK
(sticK - 17 November 2015 ) Occasionally you come across a piece of thinking that makes you go, 'oh, right, that's a very interesting point'.
So it is with a recent article by Toby Ruckert, head of Unified Inbox, a platform to bring and display all your social media and email communications in one place.
Unified Inbox is a pretty major play in itself, with no lack of competition. With a bunch of developers and marketers spread around the world. Ruckert and his team are giving it their best shot.
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