“Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era” is a new e-book that was recently released on Amazon by author Jason Hope.
Defining the Internet of Things
The “internet of things” is a vast network comprised of many different devices with the capability to connect to the web or to each other. Two examples of such devices that are used daily are medical devices and smartphones.
Although consumers’ daily lives are affected greatly by these technologies, they are not the only ones. The internet of things also has a profound effect on a wide variety of industries; it has completely revolutionized the way that many businesses are currently operating. The internet of things will contain over 26 million devices in 2020, according to a prediction from Gartner, a popular analyst firm.
A concise and easy to understand explanation of how the “internet of things” operates can be found inside “Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era.” Jason Hope begins the book with an observation about the role technology plays in every area of our lives. He also writes about the ways that many different industries have been able to use the internet to solve issues and run more smoothly.
Another talking point in Hope’s book is the role of the modern technology network in the home. He puts a lot of emphasis on the importance of staying safe by using the internet of things as responsibly as possible.
Jason Hope currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona and is a futurist, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He completed his MBA at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business. Recently, Hope has also donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, which researches age-related diseases and biotechnologies.
If you are new to this “internet of things” concept, then his new e-book, “Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era,” might be the perfect introduction.
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