When talking about the Internet of Things - "things" with an embedded computing system able to interoperate within the Internet infrastructure - we usually think about fridges, thermostats, smart cars, garage doors, cameras, and various implants.
There’s a real opportunity now to incorporate the scaling and management (including security management) needs for the IoT in the way we plan our enterprise and consumer services.
Smart Home Hubs are used to control lighting, heating, locks and cameras in people’s homes.
The Internet of Things (IoT) started like any other buzzword: poorly defined, used too often, and generally misunderstood.
The Internet of Things is here and is now on your wrist, in your pocket, in your car, and maybe even in your socks.
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