The Internet of Things (IoT) has become nearly omnipresent, as the billions of connected devices become an increasingly prevalent part of our everyday work and personal lives. As the network of objects equipped with sensors, software and connectivity grows, so do questions about security and ethical use. The question remains for business leadership concerned with the state of IoT: issues currently and ahead.
Transforming Business and Customer Interactions
Smart homes today can connect thermostats, coffee pots, and sound systems. Wearables let us track our fitness, our medical conditions, and interact with virtual reality. By 2021, it is anticipated that 82 percent of cars will be connected to the internet. For businesses, the opportunity costs of not participating in the Internet of Things is high.
The IoT is here to stay. Now is the time to esablish a plan for how your company will participate.
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