Internet of things devices grow in 2016

There is no question that the internet has totally transformed the way that we do just about everything in our day to day lives. In fact, if you were to sit back and think about how you would have done various menial tasks in the past, you would likely be shocked to consider the things that were necessary in the past, which can be done right on your computer or tablet these days. Think in terms of simply checking your online banking from your cell phone, which has high speed internet likely connected to it. Think about the fact that almost everyone now uses navigational systems in their cars to direct them each and every day, which absolutely blows old school maps out of the water.

However, if you had thought that just about everything you do each day is in some way, shape, or form connected to the internet, you may be surprised at just how much more connected we are planning on getting. The various things that are connected to the internet are expected to jump up thirty percent in the upcoming year and that number is going to get exponentially bigger by the year twenty twenty. It appears that the further that we go into history, the more things are getting connected to the internet, which ultimately makes our lives more streamlined and efficient. There is no denying the fact that this is drastically increasing our profitability and the truth is that it is not speculated to stop anytime soon. If you have though that tech companies have been booming over the last decade or so, all studies show that these companies are not only going to get bigger, but more and more tech companies are going to be created. This is only to be expected, as they will have to meet the ever growing demand of various things that are connected to the internet.

It is truly shocking to realize how many things that we do each and every day are completely dependent upon the internet, but it is not so absurd if you stop and think about the slow progression that things took. Back in the late nineties, when the internet was moving at a crawling speed and people were using AOL disk drives to get five hundred free hours of service, there were very few actual “things” that we used each and every day that were connected to the internet. With each passing year, we have become more in touch with the internet and have started to mix just about everything we do with the internet. If you are one of those people that think that we should just stop where we are at, or that we have already gone to far as it is, you likely are not going to be pleased with the direction that we are heading in the next year, as well as the handful of years to come. However, if you are one of the many progressive people that think that we can only advance further and become more efficient through the integration of the internet into all sorts of aspects of our lives, you are likely going to be very excited in regards to the future.