What is the Internet of Everything?
Today, there are more things connected
to the internet than there are people in
the world. In the very near future, pretty
much everything you can imagine will
wake up. We're leading the next step in
the evolution of the internet and helping
to change the way we work, live, play and
When organizations connect, everyone
has something to gain.
The Internet of Everything isn't about
connecting apples and windmills just out
of curiosity. As much as $19 trillion in
economic value will be up for grabs over
the next decade for businesses and
institutions that successfully take
advantage of the Internet of Everything.
The IoE Value Index Tool found here will
let you pull apart the data to see what
your organization could gain.
Geographic borders will fall, language
barriers will diminish and
misunderstandings will disappear.
Today Cisco is already taking teamwork
to new heights, enabling people to work
together from anywhere and all the time.
And as we continue to make the
network bigger, faster and more
accessible, businesses and people will
communicate and evolve exponentially
When the retail sector fully uses the
power of the internet.
We might see shelves and inventories
talk directly to produce, farms, shopping
carts and customers’ refrigerators. With
the entire supply chain networked,
information will flow freely, and the
things we buy will talk to other things in
intelligent ways to remove the mundane,
transform the shopping experience and
make people’s lives better.
What happens when cars connect to
Cars will talk to other cars about road
conditions. They will check our calendars
and team with GPS satellites to get us
places faster. And in an accident, they will
file our insurance claims swiftly and
painlessly. The Internet of Everything will
turn our cars into connected, intelligent