Your new smart home may need a smarter network
In part one, I suggested a few things to consider when shopping for an internet-connected thermostat, door lock, baby monitor, kitchen appliance, or other IoT (Internet of Things) smart home appliance. Here, in part two, I shared some thoughts on deployment.
All the material in this video came from a guest blog post I wrote for an organization named Best Company. Here’s a link to the blog post.
Like it or not, you’re taking on the same problems as multi-billion-dollar companies. Except most businesses locate their websites with professional hosting services. By definition, your smart home appliance is inside your home. You can’t outsource it into the cloud.
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