This is the latest post in a blog series here at bbotx that highlights what happened in the Internet of Things world during the past month.
- This article from the Harvard Business Review ‘Digital Ubiquity: How Connections, Sensors, and Data Are Revolutionizing Business’ examines how adapting to ubiquitous digital connectivity is now essential to competitiveness in most sectors of our economy.
- Currently the IoT lacks a common set of standards. This article from ZDNet gives a short rundown of some of the leading IoT standards and protocols and standards bodies now in formation.
- Business Insider has released a new Intelligence report that examines what is driving growth in the IoT and how various sectors of the economy will embrace IoT innovations.
- Disruption shouldn’t mean the users are disrupted, but that is what the IoT is threatening to do. This post from our CEO Paul Hanson takes a look at what could possibly go wrong when the world has 50 billion connected things by 2020.
What other articles caught your interest about the IoT space this month? Let us know on twitter at @bbotx or in the comment section below.