This week’s Enterprise Connect conference in Orlando, Florida has us excited to see what’s possible in the world of unified communications, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things has already begun to change the way businesses generate revenue. Gartner predicts that the world will host 20 billion connected devices by 2020, all of which can redefine how the we conduct business with the flow of information.
The Internet of Things has been heralded as the Fourth Industrial Revolution because it will underpin every industry and most daily behaviours that we take for granted.
Every connected device creates a new opportunity to generate revenue for organizations savvy enough to leverage the data.
Topics: Internet of Things
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In a recent KPMG survey of technology industry business leaders it was predicted that Cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) are to be two of the most disruptive technologies which will drive business transformation in the enterprise over the next three years in the United States.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has essentially exploded over the past few years. Throughout this growth, the IoT has been asserted as the frontrunner for most hyped, most talked about, and most anticipated technology. As this hype continues, the innate value and potential of the Internet of Things is becoming more fully realized. Conversely, it is no secret that traditional telco models are becoming more outdated and less profitable. The entire telco and technology industry are undergoing immense changes- with new players entering the market to potentially displace or bypass existing and established market leaders.