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    1. Cisco execs foretell key 2017 enterprise networking trends

      Cisco execs foretell key 2017 enterprise networking trends

      Interesting posts this week from a few Cisco executives taking a look forward into what should be a very interesting networking world in 2017.

      +More on Network World: 5 enterprise technologies that will shake things up in 2017+

      First up was Cisco’s Jeff Reed, Senior Vice President Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group who had a blog on the top 10 list for future 2017 network trends. It reads as follow:

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    2. AT&T hitches its Internet of Things network to Amazon’s cloud

      AT&T hitches its Internet of Things network to Amazon’s cloud

      AT&T and Amazon Web Services today announced a partnership that will allow connected devices on AT&T’s network to more easily and securely transmit data into the AWS cloud, marking a strategic integration of their Internet of Things platforms.

      AT&T says it has nearly 29 million connected devices on its network in 200 countries as of the second quarter of this year. AT&T and AWS will be working to preconfigure devices on the AT&T network to send and store data in the AWS cloud.

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    3. Blockchain ripe for IoT security and monetization

      Blockchain ripe for IoT security and monetization

      Blockchain ripe for IoT security and monetization Related How to set network location in Windows 10 so that PC can be seen by other... Credit: Thinkstock Isle of Man is testing the use of a blockchain prototype to prevent IoT hacking and manage IoT devices Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry Network World | Aug 15, 2016 8:11 AM PT Like this article?

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    4. ForeScout simplifies IoT security

      ForeScout simplifies IoT security

      Smart lighting, smart meters, smart building systems and other smart endpoints. It seems every device today is a “smart” device. The level of intelligence for the various devices can vary greatly. For example, a smart automobile must make far more autonomous decisions than, say, a wearable fitness monitor. While the range of devices varies greatly, all smart devices have in one thing in common: they are connected to a network.

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    5. The FCC is about to take a big step to superfast 5G networks

      The FCC is about to take a big step to superfast 5G networks

      The FCC is about to take a big step to superfast 5G networks See More The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will move to open up high-frequency spectrum to not-yet-available 5G mobile services in an effort to bring the superfast wireless connections to U.S. consumers. The FCC, during its July 14 meeting, will vote on a proposal to open up a whopping 14 gigahertz of high-band spectrum to unlicensed wireless use, Chairman Tom Wheeler said Monday.

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    6. In IoT’s early days, challenges, opportunities revealed

      In IoT’s early days, challenges, opportunities revealed

      In 2010, two entrepreneurs in Boston came up with the idea of turning shipping containers into miniature plantations, and Freight Farms was born.

      The company’s Leafy Green Machines, outfitted with LED lights and humidity-controlled ventilation systems, provide an ideal growing climate for up to 500 heads of lettuce per week, not to mention other crops such as herbs and micro-greens.

      +MORE AT NETWORK WORLD: The Most Powerful Internet of Things Companies +

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    7. Security concerns rising for Internet of Things devices

      Security concerns rising for Internet of Things devices

      The burgeoning market for gadgets that trigger a sprinkler system, help you count the number of times you swing a bat, or dim the lights automatically are rising. That’s a concern for any business due to how these devices are also starting to show up at the corporate office for use in conference rooms, executive suites, and even as a low-cost building security camera system. Experts claim the industry is not doing enough to protect these devices.

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