What is the Internet of Things? And why do we have to ask?

By: Joe Tibbetts @joe_tibbetts
Published: Monday, September 22, 2014 - 11:01 GMT

Local and national government agencies, businesses, higher education and the third sector are wasting billions of pounds by their failures to communicate

A week ago I gave a key-note conference presentation to the owners and senior managers of around a hundred high end manufacturing companies. The companies ranged in size from billion dollar turnover multinationals to small, UK, advanced engineering companies turning over a couple of million pounds a year. 

The title of my presentation was The Internet of Things and The End of Work.…

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