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Internet oversight urged

Create a WTO-equivalent to oversee the internet, recommends major new report by panel chaired by Professor Peter Williamson of Cambridge Judge Business School. The internet needs an international WTO-style body to protect and grow it as one of the world's…

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Cordis: Where the circular economy and the Internet of Things meet

A team of EU-funded industrial partners and academic research institutions including Cambridge Judge is exploring how to develop a framework for a circular economy enhanced by the Internet of Things. Cambridge Judge students were seconded to companies in Poland, Belgium…

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Circular secondment

Cambridge Judge students work with companies in Poland, Cyprus and Belgium in a 1.7 million euro (£1.5 million) European Union project on the circular economy and the Internet of Things. Since the advent of commercial electricity more than a century…

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Expressing their opinion

Two Cambridge MBA students, Charles Heller and Paiak Vaid, have letters to the editor published in the Financial Times newspaper less than a week apart, on mobile infrastructure and tech hubs. Charles Heller (MBA 2018) Two current MBA students at…

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Fog computing

Paper co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge, honoured by the Strategic Management Society at its annual conference, looks at how established firms can "draft off" a newer dominant technology to create a complementary product. A paper co-authored by…

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Circular Economy grant

The Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge shares EU grant to explore the interaction of the circular economy and the Internet of Things. The Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School will have a 237,000 euro (£208,000) share of…

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GreenBiz: Where the circular economy meets the Internet of Things

Professor Mark Esposito, Research Fellow at the Circular Economy Centre at Cambridge Judge, discusses how the circular economy and Internet of Things could bring benefits in the private and public sectors. “Although the traditional model of the linear economy has…

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Laser-like focus, plus a bit of luck

Cambridge MBA alumnus Tommy Katzenellenbogen went from Israel to Cambridge to Silicon Valley, where he helped launch a tech startup that protects India’s international borders. CRON Systems, a technology startup co-founded by Cambridge MBA alumnus Tommy Katzenellenbogen, is now helping…

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Clouds are gathering – and it could be great news for your career

With the Internet of Things gathering momentum, the fast-growing sphere of cloud services could offer the stimulating career you're looking for. The Internet of Things (IOT) is set to outstrip the number of connected humans in the next decade with…

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Better management needed for the Internet of Things

David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, says the Internet of Things will bring a lot of benefits to businesses and society, but collecting and storing data needs to be done ethically. Read the…

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