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Last week, the tech world's focus was firmly on Las Vegas, as the annual CES extravaganza came to town once again. Founded in 1967, CES has long been the place to gauge which way the consumer electronics wind is blowing -- and more recently, since the advent of 'consumerisation' and BYOD, has become a bellwether for new technology that may in due course make its way into the enterprise.

Given its size and scope (this year, there were over 3,800 exhibitors occupying some 2.47 million net square feet of space), the signal-to-noise ratio at CES ...

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