Jordan Roth is the President of Jujamcyn Theaters (The Book of Mormon, Bullets Over Broadway, Gentleman’s Guide, Jersey Boys, Kinky Boots) and CEO and Founder of @Culturalist. He is the most accomplished young person on Broadway and has now stepped into the world of startups. What does he think the power of collective wisdom leads to? Find out:
The Internet of Everything (IoE) is a $1.6 trillion opportunity for service providers and it’s important to know what role your startup, business, city, even country plays. Even if you’re a startup company, it’s a good idea to think about how you can integrate into this ecosystem, because it’s growing fast. In just one year, not only has the conversation grown around IoE, but it’s actually happening. Here’s what it looks like in action with Cisco’s IoE Machine:
My home security camera (I’m a Cox Home Security customer) is programmed to take images anytime someone comes in the front door or when someone (ahem, looking at you husband) touches the thermostat. We also access our camera from the iPhone app and can see what our dogs are up to. If only I had managed to capture when our lab used inertia to knock an Edible Arrangements off the counter and managed to eat everything, including the packaging. Cameras, like these, make your home more secure, but also offer an opportunity for some laughs. Cox Communications wants their customers to have some fun and launched “The Best Thing Caught on my Cox Home Security Contest.” It’s a chance to show off the funniest security camera captures for a chance to win an Apple iPad Air.
At the 25th anniversary of Cisco Live (#CLUS), I got the first look at the Internet of Everything (IoE) Machine where I got to experience what an internet-connected world looks like. And, today, Cisco released a study that shows the 10 Ways public sector organizations are capturing IoE value.
I am here in San Francisco celebrating Cisco Live’s 25th anniversary and immersing myself in the #InternetOfEverything. Yesterday I learned how Barcelona is generating $67 million per year through smart parking, The Weather Channel’s evolution into a data company and more. The #InternetOfEverything is changing our lives and will soon make the way we live, work and play a connected experience. Also check out a portion of my interview with Cisco’s CTO Padmasree Warrior (@padmasree).
To kick off the 25th anniversary of #CiscoLive, CEO John Chambers shared many Cisco-powered success stories, including how Barcelona is generating $67 million per year through smart parking, The Weather Channel’s evolution into a data company and more.
Want to know how Justine Ezarik “iJustine“ became a vlogger, gamer, techie phenomenon? In this interview with me, she shares how living in a small town motivated her to connect with others through the internet and what catapulted her career. Get ready for more personal “people to people” (P2P) interviews I filmed with PayPal, coming soon!