Among C-level executives at product manufacturers and businesses in general, the Internet of Things (IoT) will be transitioning from "what and why" to "when and how."
This is consistent with what I've seen as well. Companies in 2014 seem to be moving towards making real plans around IoT initiatives as opposed to just learning about what it is.
LogMeIn, in 2011, purchased Pachube for $15 million and renamed it Cosm, then subsequently to Xively. ↩
Mark Benson is the Chief Technology Officer at Exosite, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform company based in Minneapolis, MN. Mark is a regular speaker and writer on the intersection of technology, business, and society as it relates to product development, technology leadership, strategic planning and execution, intellectual property portfolio management, software architecture, information security, competitive positioning, and organizational behavior.