There’s a new kind of home-automation gadget coming out. They will watch your front door, let you control your temperature in new ways, and do a variety of other tasks. Here, Reza Raji, founder and CEO of iControl, shows us several of the gadgets and how they are changing how we can run our homes.
Business Technology is HP’s strategy for the enterprise. Olivier Helleboid, VP Adaptive Infrastructure at HP, talks about how customers have benefited from HP’s Adaptive Infrastructure approach. Learn how a company can use its information technology infrastructure as a strategic asset.
Convenience. That’s the big benefit of having all your music and video entertainment at your fingertips. Control4’s Ed Ryan and Jeff Thomas discuss the benefits of every-room entertainment with Brad Baldwin. Using something called “scenes,” Control4 allows you to integrate audio and video with your lighting and more to create moods and sound in different rooms in your home. And with all your music available with a quick tap on your visual remote that shows album art, allows for playlists, and offers searching, finding the right song is more fun than ever.
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Platforms are validated as partners develop solutions. Control4 invited a number of their key partners to display and show their solutions at CES. The solutions enhance and extend the lighting, climate, audio/visual, and security benefits. From Somfy’s solutions to manage window coverings and lighting, to iPort’s ...
Kabir Shahani, Dot Connector for Blue Dot talks about the launch of their social discovery web service that connects people with their friends’ knowledge, information, and content experience. Automation tools for sharing of content–’dotting’ in Blue Dot-speak–in the context of interpersonal relationships to share experiences of with your social network. ...
Join PodTech’s Michael Johnson for part 2 of the sounds of Interop, featuring Blue Coat, D-Link, Network Automation, and Vernier Networks.
Microsoft Executive on Venture Capital, Silicon Valley, Competing, Web 2.0 and more. “The IP platform is the broadest standard since oxygen maybe even water!”
Host: John Furrier
I had a chance to sit down and podcast with Dan’l Lewin, Vice President of Microsoft running the Silicon Valley campus. Dan’l ...
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