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However, and though he was not the one who coined the term IOT or the “Internet of Things” but I think it does not give justice to this revolution. In my opinion, it should be called IOL or the “Internet of Life”. And I believe that Nicolas would agree with me on that as obvious from the following quotes from his book:
“The IoT will connect everyone and everything into a seamless network, which Jeremy Rifkin calls the “Intelligent Third Industrial Revolution infrastructure—the Internet of Things.” IoT will “usher in a fundamental reordering of human relationships, from hierarchical to lateral power, that will impact the way we conduct business, govern society, educate our children, and engage in civic life”. (Locations 164-168).
“The IoT will connect not only things with things, people with things and people with people, but it will unleash an unprecedented flow of data. (Locations 423-424).
“The physical world is being animated -- becoming smart and interconnected. Billions soon trillions of inert objects becoming intelligent and communicating devices. (Kindle Locations 3545-3546).
It is a kind of second genesis where the inanimate world is being seamlessly integrated within our daily life to become inseperable from it. That’s why we have to digitize or die and that’s why it should be called the “Internet of Life” not the “Internet of Things”.
How to to move their analog business into the new ioT digital world?This book gives a very clear and pragmatic pathway, for all key decision makers in industries. Against,it is not only a way to generate more revenues, but it is the only way to still exist in 20 years from now...
I really recommend this book.
For sure, introducing concepts is definitely key, but systematically illustrating them through a variety of relevant examples enabled me to fully appropriate them: how great people and companies did succeed or fail in bringing them into reality, is the best way to keep in mind.
Such an amount of information in a single book might make it a bible. Let us bet on that.
It combines perfectly strategic insights, together with countless recent and concrete examples.
Very easy to read, the autor shown his eminent business and techno sagacity on this subject sensitive to treat.
He has successfully avoided the pitfalls of the platitude on this topic.
Definetely a MUST in your business library.
A well-researched summary of evidence, anticipations and trends around IoT, this book is not about technology, rather an organizational management guide. The mix of examples, quotes, illustrations and recommendations makes this book easy to read for anyone that is not deeply knowledgeable about the topic. The way the author talks to the reader, guiding in how to best understand the book, is very appealing.