Cloud-based technology support coupled with education and enablement will play a critical role so the Internet of Things doesn’t become the Internet of Broken Things
WHAT: GigaOM podcast entitled, “Supporting a connected home is about education, not troubleshooting” addressing the role technology support plays in the Internet of Things ecosystem and why proactive “personalized” product education is critical in enabling consumers to get full value during the product lifecycle to create better ownership experiences. Highlights best-practices for how home automation product and service providers should implement support and enablement services.
WHY: Cloud-based technology support coupled with education and enablement will play a critical role so the Internet of Things doesn’t become the Internet of Broken Things.
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