Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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Mark Hurd’s Latest Blog Explains Why the Internet of Things Is Really the Internet of People

Oracle President Mark Hurd has posted his latest LinkedIn Influencer blog, “The Internet of Things Is Really the Internet of People".
Mark Hurd
Mark Hurd,
President, Oracle

In this new blog, Mark writes, “As I speak with CEOs around the world, our conversations invariably come down to this central question: Can we change our corporate cultures and the ways we train and reward our people as rapidly as new technology is changing the work we do, the products we make, and how we engage with customers?”  Read the blog to find out what Mark says are the three things CEOs must do.

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