It’s easy to view the Internet of Things as a discreet entity that merely connects systems and devices. But the true power of the IoT lies in developing new ways to do things. And nowhere is this more apparent than within the augmented reality (AR) space.
The IoT needs a modern framework that makes it easier to design and deploy devices, applications, and services—securely.
The IoT shifts the focus from transactional deals to relationships based on outcomes.
System integrators who understand how to design and build leading-edge AI-IoT frameworks will unlock value and gain a competitive advantage.
The concept of tagging everything may seem frivolous, but there’s a remarkable array of possibilities that could unfold in a more connected world.
Successful integrators are treating IoT like the strategic business management tool it will eventually become.
According to the analyst firm’s 2019 strategic technology trends report, emerging technologies are disrupting business and driving new opportunities for the Internet of Things.
5G is to mobile what broadband was to dial-up.
Companies embracing IoT today will be the intelligent business process providers of the future.
Integrators and resellers could play a central role in pressuring manufacturers to engineer devices with better security.