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Since the hype died down, the Internet of Things is starting to get its breath back and become focused on the enterprise side of things, writes Quinton O’Reilly

8th April, 2018
Nicola Mortimer, head of business products, marketing and operations at Three Ireland

Depending on your perspective, the Internet of Things (IoT) is either an area ripe with potential or yet another area that was overhyped before it even started.

If you’re in the former camp, it’s understandable since a whole host of problems followed it including security issues, practicality — just because you can make something smart, doesn’t mean you should — and a glut of cheap devices that would have failed most quality control procedures....

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