As the Internet continues to become populated with e-commerce sites, it’s becoming more and more difficult to generate web traffic, leads, and ultimate the sales for your website. Further, as the competition amongst web stores continues to increase, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to grab one’s parts of their desired market.
While a lot of industries in the tech field seem to be slowing down (see smartphones and tablets for a good example), there is one industry that seems to just be getting started. Home automation. It may seem strange that while we have had iPhones in our pockets for almost 10 years now, we are just now getting around to building in similar technologies in our homes.
As these cars become increasingly more innovative and connected, companies and organization should keep a number of things in mind. Such items would include privacy, customer considerations, value versus mass, and innovative customer experiences. These four driving forces are truly integral to product development and company innovation.
A standard high-speed internet connection in the United States is around 10 Mbps, though if you’re lucky, you may have access to an internet provider that offers speeds up to 100 Mbps. While speeds even faster than this have existed for a while, up until recently they were strictly used by government offices and big businesses.