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Emerging Technologies' Impact on Urbanization and the Workplace

Chicago Summit 2011 Breakout Session 1

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Publication Date: May - 2011
Document Type: Presentation
Publisher: CoreNet Global
Number Of Pages: 46


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Moderator:
Vik Bangia, MCR, Sr Vice President, Realogy Global Client Solutions, LLC
 
Speakers:
Peter Miscovich, Managing Director, Corporate Solutions, Jones Lang LaSalle
Gordon Feller, Urban Innovations, Public Sector Practice, CISCO Internet Business Solutions Group
 
While there is much discussion about the influence of technology on city development and workplace evolution, the inevitable inter-dependence of these factors is rarely effectively addressed. Panelists from CISCO Internet Business Solutions Group and Jones Lang LaSalle will provide an assessment of the influence of these technological advancements, showcasing leading city examples, relevant case studies and future public policies that will encourage the role of information and communications technology (ICT) in local economic transformation. Gain an understanding of urban planning and technology trends such as Wireless Broadband, Cloud Computing and other ICT advances and how these technologies will have a profound influence on how cities operate.
 
Key Takeaways
 
* Gain insight into future technologies and their implications for place, space and the nature of working going forward
* Learn how emerging technologies change the game for corporate occupiers and enable their connection with the workers of today and tomorrow
 

Keywords:

JLL, CISCO, Chicago Summit 2011, ICT, Information, IT, Communications, Technology, Urban, City, Workplace, Mobile