IDC Asia/Pacific Keynote Address (with slides) at IoT Asia 2016

| June 7, 2016

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Charles Reed Anderson, VP, Head of Mobility & IoT, IDC Asia/Pacific shares new insights from updated survey results on emerging trends and directions for IoT's proliferation in the region...

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