Next Issue

In the next issue of Verdict Emerge, out in January, we'll be focusing on the internet of things, and digging through the hot air to find the developments that provide meaningful benefits for businesses. We'll consider Salesforce's plans to make IoT data analysis easier for businesses, and ask whether this is the product that could really bring the technology into the business mainstream. 

In addition, we'll hear from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about the company's plans to expand its technology offerings, and look at how wearable technology can be used to improve company operations and efficiency.

Plus we'll hear from ARM CTO Mike Miller about the potential of future technological developments, and discover how Frédéric Oudéa, CEO of Société Général, anticipates that innovation will drive change in the finance industry. 


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Deputy Editor | Daniel Davies

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Lorena Martinez, Marzia Compassi,

Anett Arc, Sara Basto

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Group Editor | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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