By Stuart Taylor, Cisco Service Provider Transformation Group
Remember the halcyon days of the Dot-Com era?
A frothy stock market, venture capital money flowing like water and famous sock puppets characterized the exuberance of the day.
Could the most recent technology revolution, the Internet of Things, be another Dot-com experience?
While both revolutions delivered, and are delivering, unheralded business and social value, there are significant similarities between how the two eras are unfolding. On my blog post, learn some of the key lessons of the Dot-Com era to ensure that business and vendors alike share the promised benefits of the Internet of Things.
About the Author
Stuart Taylor's further industry research, insights, and perspectives can be found at his blog, The Connected Life.
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