It has happened before, new technologies come out and users are unsure of what they should do with them or if they are even worth learning. It seems like everything is a fad nowadays, making it hard to figure out where the best place to invest money is going to be. Futurist Jason Hope knows that the Internet-of-Things is going to increase massively in usage in the coming years. His new e-book “Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A Quick Guide for Thriving in the IoT Era” is a roadmap that will help readers navigate their way through using IoT enabled devices so that they can further streamline some aspects of their lives. This will not only give them the freedom to do other things, but they will possess confidence while using the technology.
— Jason Hope (@JasonHope) February 8, 2016
Jason Hope started his career like any other MBA graduate. After leaving Arizona State University, he knew that he wanted to go out and make his own mark on the world. He had a passion for mobile communications, so he decided that he would start a company of his own. The company became successful and began to grow and with it so did Hope’s knowledge. He spectated other companies and pulled them in to create a very impressive portfolio. He has also proved his mettle as a skilled futurist. He has shown a knack for anticipating changes in the consumer market and new technologies.
His new e-book is masterpiece for individuals who have questions about the IoT. Even current IoT device users will learn something while reading this e-book. In it, Hope explains that the IoT is a string of internet-connected devices that can communicate with each other and exchange data. These devices can be cell phones, appliances, even components for airplanes. If the object can be connected to the internet and transmit data to other objects, then that object is connected to the web of the IoT.
The e-book goes on to explain why the IoT is so important. As technology advances, there are going to be more businesses and individuals that are interested in it. By 2020, there are estimates that state IoT devices could soar to upwards of 30 million objects. Hope believes that this will happen, and he wants his readers to understand the personal and business implications of streamlining these devices. His e-book does this and more, by offering insight about usage, security, and pertinent background information. Anyone interested in technology should pick up Hope’s e-book today on Amazon.com.
Jason Hope info: inspirery.com/jason-hope/