Jason Hope Discusses The “Internet of Things” in His New E-Book

How much do you know about the “internet of things?” Author and futurist Jason Hope discusses this topic in his new e-book, “Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era,” which recently came out on Amazon.

The term “internet of things” was coined as a way to describe the massive network of devices with the capacity to connect to either the internet or to each other. Medical devices and smartphones are just two of the devices that are used on the internet of things daily. Gartner, a well-known analyst firm, has predicted that there will be at least million different devices operating on the internet of things by the year 2020.

Inside “Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era”

In “Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era” Jason Hope explains quite simply how the internet of things works. He points out early on the fact that almost every area of our daily lives is affected in some way by technology, and even refers to this source of innovation as potentially “disruptive.”

Hope, however, also touches on the ways that various industries have harnessed the power of the internet to solve some of their problems and make their operations run more efficiently.

Later, he turns his focus to the use of this modern technology network in our homes, and what we can do to keep ourselves safe online. Hope strongly emphasizes the value of using the internet responsibly.

Who is Jason Hope?

Jason Hope is a futurist, entrepreneur and philanthropist who currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. He attended Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, where he received his MBA.

Potential readers who are new to the idea of the “internet of things” will find that “Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era” provides a concise, yet very informative introduction to the subject.

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