The November issue of the V3 Tablet App is now live, and it focuses on the Internet of Things and how it could change the world forever.
We hear from chiefs of major firms such as Intel, Cisco and energy giant EDF on how they see the Internet of Things impacting the future of business and beyond, and the steps they are taking to enable its growth and uptake.
Available for iOS devices via the iTunes store, the latest issue of the V3 Tablet App also includes an in-depth interview with the chief information officer of Tesco, Mike McNamara, who discusses everything from big data to 3D printing.
Heading up one of the largest and most well-known brands in the UK means McNamara is on the cutting edge of the issues affecting CIOs the world over, so it proves a fascinating insight into the myriad issues tech leaders must consider.
There is also the usual mix of columns on the startup and security markets from V3 reporters; the big picture, celebrating Microsoft’s takeover of Trafalgar Square with its giant Surface 2 tablet; and a round-up of the biggest news from the past month.
Plus, the quotes page highlights some of the more memorable things that were said over the past few weeks, while our maverick chief executive columnist offers his own unique take on the Internet of Things.
To download the V3 Tablet App free, simply use your V3 registration login details when prompted on the download page. Signing up for V3 is free and takes just a few minutes. Otherwise you can download the app for £1.99.
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