Recently on Amazon, Jason Hope released a new e-book called “Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era.”
An Overview of the Internet of Things
The “internet of things” is a term used to describe the massive network of devices that are able to connect to either the internet or to each other. Medical devices and smartphones are just two examples of common devices that are included in the internet of thigns.
— Jason Hope (@JasonHope) February 9, 2016
However, consumers aren’t the only ones being affected by the internet of things on a daily basis. Business across a wide variety of industries have also been impacted. According to the Gartner analyst firm, over 26 million devices will be operating on the internet of things by the year 2020. This includes devices as large and important as oil drills and jet engines.
What is “Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era” About?
Jason Hopes’ new e-book provides readers with a simple, yet accurate, explanation of the internet of things, how it works and how it affects our lives. He begins acknowledging that we now live in a world where almost every facet of our lives is affected by technology. Hope even goes as far as calling this source of innovation “disruptive.” Hope then details the ways that different industries have made use of the internet to improve efficiency and solve issues.
Later on in the book, Hope speaks on the use of the modern technology network in our homes and what we can do to keep ourselves as safe as possible. Throughout the book, he stresses the importance of responsible internet use.
Who is Jason Hope?
Jason Hope resides in Scottsdale, Arizona, and he has an MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He is a futurist and entrepreneur, and his new e-book, “Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era,” serves as the perfect introduction for someone new to the “internet of things” concept.
Jason Hope Info: tech.co/author/jasonhope