Today’s consumers expect speed, consistency, automation, accurate tracking and real-time notifications. It can be a challenge for service industry businesses to find or develop the tools they need to deliver on these expectations. Many business owners are incorporating Internet of Things (IoT) tools and platforms in an effort to give
Edge computing has come a long way. Initially conceived as a way to address bandwidth issues for data traveling long distances, edge computing systems now focus largely on powering and processing Internet of Things (IoT) devices and applications. The continued explosion of IoT has contributed to the growth of edge
On our hybrid IT blog, we’ve written about the Internet of Things, or IoT. As a refresher, IoT refers to the smart devices that are becoming increasingly popular and prevalent in Minnesota and across the country. These devices include smart thermostats and security cameras, fitness trackers, speakers, even light bulbs.
Even if you’ve never heard of the Internet of Things, or IoT, it likely plays a big part in your everyday life. Do you wear a Fitbit? Do you use Alexa to manage your shopping and to-do lists? Is your home monitored from afar with a smart camera? If so,