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Jason Deign

Jason Deign

Jason Deign is a Barcelona-based business writer, journalist and author. Besides writing, he is regularly interviewed by the media and has been featured in the UK's Daily Mail and The Guardian, among others.

Notable achievements include coining the term 'Easyjet generation' in 2003 and being the first UK journalist to document the rise of identity theft in 2001. Jason has worked with Cisco since 2000 and became a global contributor to The Network in 2003.

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How Mobile Apps are Helping the Public Sector
02/02/2015 Companies of all shapes and sizes are seizing on the potential of mobile apps. But apps have the power to transform the delivery of public services, too.
Why the Internet of Everything Won't Work Without Wireless
01/13/2015 The sheer volume of connected devices that could be involved in the Internet of Everything means most connections could only take place over a wireless LAN.
How the Internet of Everything Cuts the Cost of Smart Cities
12/10/2014 Making Internet of Everything data available to app developers means future smart cities may be able to deploy new services at the touch of a button.
When Artificial Intelligence Meets the Internet of Everything
11/17/2014 Moves are underway to make today's artificial intelligence interfaces even smarter. What might happen when they connect to the Internet of Everything?
Who's Building the Internet of Everything?
10/06/2014 Connecting pretty much everything to the Internet is no mean feat. But a number of organizations are already taking care of training the right people.
Welcome to the Intercloud
09/25/2014 The cloud overcomes the limitations of corporate computing silos. But if clouds themselves form silos, what is the point? That is why you need the Intercloud.
Adding Security to the Internet of Everything
09/24/2014 The Internet of Everything heralds a new kind of world for everyone. But it also requires a new way of thinking about IT security.
Retrofitting Smart Cities
09/17/2014 Building a smart city from scratch is easy compared to the task of introducing intelligence into an existing urban environment.
Six Ways Technology is Changing How We Travel
08/18/2014 Innovations such as mobility and the Internet of Everything are bringing real-time ease, flexibility, and fun to our journeys. Here are just some examples.
How Hubs Succeed in Fostering Innovation
06/23/2014 Innovation hubs are all the rage as policy makers look to boost local economies and employment. But it takes a special environment to really foster innovation.
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