Staying connected has become so integral to our daily lives that more and more of us are carrying multiple, connected devices. Devices such as phones, laptops and tablets immediately come to mind. But what happens when people, process, data, and things — like our fridges, cars and thermostats –become connected? As Cisco’s Chief Futurist, Dave Evans explained, the real value of the Internet of Everything lies in the value of connections between these everyday items.
And amazing things can happen when we start to make these connections.
Now, Cisco CEO and Chairman John Chambers is weighing in with his thoughts on how the Internet of Everything will shape our lives. With the fast pace of change and the extraordinary technology that is changing the way we live and work, he reminds us that it is easy to take our connectedness for granted:
“We often don’t even think about all the innovation behind our connections, but it’s mind boggling when you actually consider just how much getting connected has revolutionized nearly every facet of life over the past two decades.”
It’s true, and what comes next will be even more amazing. Connected devices in the Internet of Everything will have new capabilities like context awareness, increased processing power and energy independence. These new abilities will create richer, more valuable data, enabling better decision making.
But that’s only the beginning. You can read the full blog from John Chambers here to see how he believes the Internet of Everything will fuel an amazing future. Then join the conversation on social media – we want to know, what do you wish you were connected to?
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