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Who Would Be The Most Tech-Savvy President?

U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson made the list of the most tech-savvy hopefuls, according to a recent survey. What do solution providers think?

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The 'Technology President'

As more technology enters our homes and offices, the next U.S. president will play an important role in outlining the country's digital path.

IT leaders like former Cisco CEO John Chambers have said the U.S. government is not doing enough to support a "digital agenda" and is falling behind the governments of other countries like France and India. "This is the first time that our government has not led a technology transition," Chambers said at the BoxWorks 2015 event in September in San Francisco. "Our government has been remarkably slow. We are the last major developed country in the world without a digital agenda."

Harris Poll recently conducted a survey among more than 2,000 Americans age 18 and older on behalf of myDevices, an Internet of Things solutions company, asking respondents to vote for the presidential candidate who would be America's "technology president" if elected. Who came out on top, according to the survey? And what do solution providers think? Find out on the following pages.

 
 
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