IoT business challenges and best practices

| April 15, 2019

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It seems that ambiguity surrounds many technology buzzwords and phrases. For instance, the phrase Internet of Things, what does it mean, and what impact can this have on our lives and business? If you were to ask a dozen people to define what the Internet of Things really means, you would likely get a dozen different answers. My definition is simple, The Internet of Things is an evolution of the original Internet. When you think about it, the original Internet content was input by people, and the associated consumers of that content were people. The primary focus of the Internet was research, business operations/communications and a new market for retail and consumer goods. As technology advances, the Internet will be dominated by devices and sensors that provide information input, analysis, and direction to ultimately benefit consumers and businesses. This is the Internet of Things (IoT). Interrelated devices and sensors that provide the ability to communicate and act on data with or without human interaction. This, in turn, will lead to “Things”, such as Smart Cities, Smart Roadways, Smart Factories, etc.

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