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ALSO CALLED: Mobile to Machine Communications, Machine-to-Mobile Communications, Mobile-to-Machine Communications, Machine to Mobile Communications, Machine to Man Communications, Machine to Machine Communications, Machine-to-Man Communications, Machine-to-Machine Communications
DEFINITION: M2M is an abbreviation for machine-to-machine, technology that supports wired or wireless communication between machines. Read complete definition.The abbreviation has also been used to stand for man-to-machine, mobile-to-machine, machine-to-man, and machine-to-mobile.
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Enable Freedom for the Internet of Things with M2M Communications
sponsored by Interoute
WEBCAST: This webcast discusses the evolution of the M2M market and examines how one company was able to become an M2M and IoT services provider. Tune in now to learn how to enable mobile freedom with IoT, as well how to launch a mobile management platform within a cloud infrastructure.
Posted: 17 Nov 2015 | Premiered: Sep 26, 2014

Interoute

Mobile Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC) on BlackBerry 10
sponsored by BlackBerry
WEBCAST: This webcast discusses the place of BlackBerry 10 in the move towards real-time enterprise collaboration and how they are working to definitively establish the right balance between personal workspace and the enterprise workspace on mobile desktops.
Posted: 08 Nov 2013 | Premiered: Nov 8, 2013

BlackBerry
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