BI Intelligence has created a slide deck exploring the most disruptive trends in the IoT including an analysis of consumer, enterprise, and government markets.
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Research on 950 businesses in the New York area one year after Hurricane Sandy.
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When I was in London last April for the Innovate Finance Global Summit, the idea of banking the unbanked was somewhere on the edge of the conversation. Last week, at the Financial Times Banking
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