When government and large corporations want us to ignore an issue that will benefit them and be to our detriment they make the issue as hard to understand as possible. For example, look at politics, often very important issues are being decided but by making politics difficult to understand and engage in, it leaves Government pretty much out on their own to do what they wish.
Did you know only a small percentage of the internet is easily accessible via major search engines i.e. indexed by Google etc. The parts of the internet that are not accessible via major search engines are called the Deep Web or the Dark Web; so whats the difference between these or are they the same?
Things move fast in technology. Yesterday’s buzz word was cloud. It seems we have a new buzz word floating about in enterprise technology. That buzz word is converged infrastructure.
On the theme of buzz words. Here’s another one that’s been around for a little while. No one seems to be able to explain what the hell this is. This is becoming almost as bad as “Agile”, lost of people are using this term but little seem to be able to explain what the heck it is.
What would happen if you give normal everyday objects like your washing machine, toaster, fridge or light bulb the ability to be connected to a network and talk to other similarly networked attached objects or other networked devices like your phone or tablet. Well I’ll tell you what, you get the Internet of Things (IoT)!