Recently, the Pew Research Centre and Elon University have published a report on the increasing reliance of people, workspaces and industries to the internet and its connectivity. Fuelled by convenience and the increasing need to manage even when outside the premise, enterprises have taken up the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) in various measures. Given such setup, the report made by Pew and Elon University stated that it is now impossible to disconnect from the internet reliance as it is counter-productive to the trend of automating the enterprise. The implications of the Internet of Things towards Business Centres, districts, business and across industries allow for connectivity like never before; as it allow for progress when it comes to automating the premises through systems that govern the infrastructure. IoT warrants the future workforce to cut back on labour as self-servicing applications such as machines are looming to replace manual practices in the business. Other implications of the IoT setup for businesses are as follows: Smart Commercial Buildings With the concept of IoT, the future of commercial buildings and workspace infrastructure will be focused on its capacity to be energy efficient as the industry is driven by the global push […]
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