The internet of things (IoT) is getting out of control. Connected devices are everywhere, but who’s in control? Is the Internet of Things (IoT) helping or hurting us? Consumers need more clarity around connected devices and their privacy. There are ways to improve the connected device experience.
The internet of things is getting out of control.
The internet of things is getting out of control. Connected devices are everywhere, but who’s in control? There are too many connected devices and they are not secure. Consumers need more clarity around connected devices, their privacy and security risks.
The internet of things (IoT) refers to a network or collection of interconnected computing devices embedded in everyday objects such as homes, vehicles and cities for collecting data from sensors which can then be analyzed by software applications so that physical objects can respond automatically based on this information without human intervention.
Connected devices are everywhere, but who’s in control?
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a buzzword in recent years, but it’s still unclear exactly what that means. Put simply, the IoT refers to any device–be it a refrigerator or fitness tracker–that can be connected to the internet and controlled remotely.
The number of connected devices in existence today is staggering: There are currently over 20 billion connected devices worldwide and that number continues to grow at an exponential rate. The proliferation of smart homes, cars, wearables and other products has led many businesses to invest heavily in IoT technologies as well …The Internet of Things Is Getting Out of Control Read More