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The Internet of Things Have Transformed How We Think
Mobile computing, the IoT (internet of things) and the advent of broadband Internet have transformed how we think
By: Kevin Benedict
Feb. 6, 2014 01:00 PM
I spent last week working with four brilliant technology analysts in Chicago. It was -40 degrees Fahrenheit with the windchill. Who would schedule a meeting in Chicago mid-winter? Even in the conference room it was cold, and we were all wearing coats and scarves! It made for a great adventure and after a brief 36 hour delay in my flight, I am back in the home office.
As a result of everything I learned last week, I am impressed that IT infrastructures must be rapidly upgraded to support "real-time everything." Mobile computing, the IoT (internet of things) and the advent of broadband Internet have transformed how we think, work, play, communicate and engage in commerce. If we are going to host our memory, analytics, turn-by-turn navigation, business processes and business solutions in the cloud and access them through mobile devices, we have major work to do in backend infrastructures. I believe the companies that will be successful in the next five years are those that can guide their organizations best through this age of digital transformation.
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