July 12, 2016 / GuidesFor Team
Revenue for the Internet of Things will rise up to $337 billion four years from now, and more companies are jumping on the bandwagon. It is something that you would need to think about because no organization can survive if it does not make the leap into this next industrial revolution. In case you still don’t have a clear idea of what IoT is, it is the ‘smart’ integration of appliances, gadgets, apps, and all things internet to create an ecosystem that will produce a better car or a more comfortable home. ‘Smart’ transportation systems plugged into the IoT can coordinate with the home office to plan out routes, delivery time, and other important updates that will affect the supply chain. ‘Smart’ alarm systems will notify you, regardless of your location, if someone has broken into your house, while contacting the next police station as you rush back into your home.
IoT runs on data. Its alarm clock and air-conditioning levels in your bedroom are all based on data you had previously inputted or monitored. Your IoT store can notify your customer about the next smartphone that comes in, based on his past purchases.
To make use of data, you need to have a database management system or DBM. This article goes into detail what DBM is, its different categories, how it works, and aside from prepping you for the IoT world, the other advantages it can create for your organization. Read on for more. – Cora Llamas
A Database Management System, or DBMS, allows its users to create, read, delete and update data within a database.