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Internet of Things Tag

Netsville presents our top 5 Best of the Week picks for Internet Marketing stories and developments from across the web. If you see a story or feature that you'd like to suggest for Best of the Week, please include it in the comment section below! Consumers Want Control of the Brand Experience "Marketers still need to learn how to release and relax, handing off the controls to consumers after optimizing campaigns from search to social in an effort to improve...

The Internet of Things is the future of connectivity in our new mobile world and, according to the insightful infographic by WebSiteGuide, that future is already here. From everyday communication devices and transportation to infrastructure and environmental monitoring, our world is constantly bridging the gap between life and the mobile web. Of course, some developments are more surprising than others: Source: WebSiteGuide Based in Rochester, New York, Netsville is an Internet Property Management company specializing in managing the Digital...

According to Business Insider, the Internet of Things (or IoT) may be akin to a new "Industrial Revolution [in how] it will change the way all businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the physical world." As we have covered before, the IoT refers to a network of physical “things” or devices such as smartphones, smart watches, televisions, and even automobiles that have the ability to connect to other devices securely. Exploding at an expanding rate, it is expected that by 2020 over 34 billion...

The Internet of Things, or devices such as smartphones, smart watches, televisions, and even automobiles that have the ability to connect to other devices, has led us to more inter-connectivity and convenience in our lives, eliminating time-killing hassles and paving the way to increased productivity from our daily technology. However, like most modern innovations (especially anything involving the Internet), these same conveniences also leave us vulnerable to attack. Avnet.com has put together an informative graphic detailing four ways to ensure...

First dubbed in 1999, the "Internet of things" refers to a network of physical "things" or devices such as smartphones, smart watches, televisions, and even automobiles that have the ability to connect to other devices. From refrigerators to golf clubs, more and more of our everyday devices are becoming Internet accessible providing us with instant invaluable information such as how to improve our golf swing or if our fridge is running low on beer - all info sent...