The Internet of Things is upon us. A veritable explosion in the proliferation of Internet enabled devices. The estimates and forecasts continue to grow as the number of Internet enabled units may reach 26 Billion by 2020 according to Gartner analysts. The economic benefits that businesses derive through the sale and usage of IoT technology is projected to reach $1.9 trillion across industry sectors in 2020. Clearly an opportunity for tech savvy, forward thinking enterprises. What about you?
You might be wondering how to develop an IoT strategy of your own or even more, wondering if your enterprise should be considering the Internet of Things at all. “What could the IoT mean for our business,” you might ask?
We find that most companies we talk with have the nuts and bolts to "do something" with IoT. They have the raw materials. What’s lacking is they don’t have the strategy and expertise to innovate, build, and bring it to market. For IoT, that's where collaboration with experienced teams come in… — David Parker, Director IoT Business Development, Architech
To help you get started, Architech (@architechca), a leading digital experiences studio specializing in creating innovative IoT applications and dotCMS (@dotcms), makers of the developer friendly, IoT ready, Java open source CMS have published a new eBooklet: Getting Started with IoT - Use Cases and Ideas. It’s perfect for those considering or just entering the “wild-west” of the IoT.
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