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NSA Controversy Continues at RSA 2014, Isn’t Sole Focus

It's nothing new... RSA has been under the microscope regarding their relationship with the NSA. My colleague Samantha Stenbeck posted a blog this morning recapping yesterday's opening keynote from RSA Executive Chairman Art Coviello where he addressed the issue (and his comments revved the media engine). In response, protesters from the activist group CodePink scaled the roof of the Moscone Center and drop ...

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RSA 2014: Keeping Our Finger on the Pulse in Dedicated “War Room”

The technology team here at MSLGROUP has been keeping a close watch on what has been happening so far this week at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. We have a dedicated team tracking the news coming out of the show, the social chatter surrounding the show and the hot topics being covered during the keynotes--all in real time. Tweetdeck is constantly up on our computers and is projected on the screen in w ...

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The Conference Vortex—MWC, HIMSS and RSA Converge Into One Internet-of-Things Mega Event

Mobile World Congress. HIMSS. RSA. Taking place in Barcelona, Orlando and San Francisco respectively. Three cities normally with only one thing in common—many northern people want to go there in February because it’s warmer. The Conference Vortex is descending on the technology world this week and it ain’t gonna be pretty. Bring your marketing budgets inside, hold onto your expense accounts and buckle into ...

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“Sensored” CES

Originally posted on the Publicis Groupe Bright Lights Big Ideas Blog Prior to CES we wrote about the Internet of Things transforming from simply connecting things to an “Age of Sensors.” At the Publicis Groupe “Bright Lights, Big Ideas” CES 2014 kick-off, CNET’s Brian Cooley (@briancooley) echoed these thoughts, telling the group: “Most of the products at CES are sensor-oriented and do not require intentio ...

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The Internet of Things and the Age of Sensors

Originally posted on the Publicis Groupe Bright Lights Big Ideas Blog For years at CES we’ve seen the “Internet of Things” unfolding as more and more electronic devices–ranging from cameras and cars to refrigerators and thermostats–connect to the Internet. But expect 2014 to showcase a whole new level of opportunity in a data-driven economy fueled by an Internet of Things. Enter the age of sensors. Accordin ...

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