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Introduction to the Internet of Everything (I2IoE) Summary

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The I2IoE Podcast Series is an overview of the Cisco Networking Academy's online course titled "Introduction to the Internet of Everything". It is designed for busy individuals who are interested in a discussion about the Internet of Everything and its impact on the way we live, work, play, and learn. In addition, Networking Academy students enrolled in the online course are encouraged to use this podcast as a companion to the online content.

The I2IoE Podcast Series is an overview of the Cisco Networking Academy's online course titled "Introduction to the Internet of Everything". It is designed for busy individuals who are interested in a discussion about the Internet of Everything and its impact on the way we live, work, play, and learn. In addition, Networking Academy students enrolled in the online course are encouraged to use this podcast as a companion to the online content.
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The I2IoE Podcast Series is an overview of the Cisco Networking Academy's online course titled "Introduction to the Internet of Everything". It is designed for busy individuals who are interested in a discussion about the Internet of Everything and its impact on the way we live, work, play, and learn. In addition, Networking Academy students enrolled in the online course are encouraged to use this podcast as a companion to the online content.

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English


Episodes

Module 5: Big Data and the IoE

9/10/2015
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In this podcast, the panel discusses what makes up the Internet of Everything (IoE). The IoE consists of four pillars-people, process, data, and things-that interact to help people improve their quality of life. As we connect more things in our world, the real-time data that these objects provide will help people make better decisions and improve processes that create more value for industry, the environment, and our lives.

Duration:00:39:48

Module 4: Security and Privacy

9/9/2015
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In this podcast, the panel discusses the vulnerability of billions of connections between people and devices in the IoE to some level of attack. Left unchecked, the IoE provides opportunity for hackers to compromise devices that are not traditionally called computers (e.g., security cameras, car systems, and power grids). Securing disparate devices using proprietary protocols is challenging. However, a holistic solution based on a secure network can mitigate the risk. Additionally, there...

Duration:00:24:57

Module 3: How Do We Make This Work for Us?

9/8/2015
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The panelists in this podcast talk about how machine-to-machine (M2M), machine-to-people (M2P), and people-to-people (P2P) interactions benefit from protocol standardization. Often, sensors and actuators communicate in many different systems that use proprietary protocols. This limits access to data and negatively impacts its potential value. Standardization of protocols will increase data value by reducing costs and improving productivity. This is especially important as the IoE benefits...

Duration:00:24:08

Module 2: Why Is My Alarm Clock Talking to My Coffee Pot?

9/7/2015
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In this podcast, the panel talks about the devices that are all around us connecting to the Cloud and each other. Many of these devices use a common protocol, the Internet Protocol (IP), to communicate with each other over a network. Other devices that are not IP-enabled must use a controller. As more sensors, actuators, and "things" become connected, IPv6 will provide unique addressing to accommodate the explosive growth of these devices and allow them to connect directly to the Internet....

Duration:00:27:04

Module 1: What Is the IoE?

9/6/2015
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In this podcast, the panel discusses what makes up the Internet of Everything (IoE). The IoE consists of four pillars-people, process, data, and things-that interact to help people improve their quality of life. As we connect more things in our world, the real-time data that these objects provide will help people make better decisions and improve processes that create more value for industry, the environment, and our lives.

Duration:00:26:50