INTRODUCTION For several years, cloud technology has been one of the most talked about subjects in business technology circles. By now, most small-to-medium sized business (SMB) owners have heard that...
Category: IT Infrastructure
Personally, I have always encouraged people to keep learning and to feel out of that comfort zone from time to time – this experience will promote the growth of the individual.
Telephone systems and PBX’s (Private Branch eXhange) have historically been a hot potato in a business, an important service for users needing firm ownership and the most obvious bucket to be thrown into being that of the traditional IT team. This IT team if often frustrated that they do not have the telecoms experience to know what they are dealing with.
Despite all the LinkedIn posts and IoT trade events there is still little sign of hitting the IoT adoption “tipping point”, we are still, at best, at the Early Adopters stage. There is increasing awareness and in some cases “proof of concept” level projects within larger organisations but when you come down to the mid and lower tier (which remember is the vast majority of companies) not much is being done. All in all, IoT is not (yet) delivering substantial value either for end customers or the multitude of companies selling their IoT wares.