The Internet Of Things: Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow (Infographic)

Posted on Mar 3 2014 - 10:22am by Alexandra Ashton

Although Singapore is considered by many as the Asia’s most business-friendly environment, Philippines thrives and never will allow to be trumped as a known country for doing business. You know why? Because the internet standardizes everything and every point of anchor in a business. But before we manage to standardize Philippines as a country where you can do really good business, it must be said first that the business improvements in the Southeast Asia region show that a country like the Philippines can never so far be at par with the current economic conditions of some country like Singapore, even with the reach of good innovations from the realm of the internet.

The World Bank and IFC can say that Singapore and the Philippines might be in the same wavelength of economic countries doing great with dealing friendships with business investors all over the world, but not all in the citizenry of the internet would be able to agree with this. You know why? Because many people in the internet are not people. They are digits and digital versions of people that spring from Artificial Intelligence. And that’s something that’s really make for great competition in worlds that are not people with the most talented Mark Zuckerbergs of the world. Learn more of the progress provided by the internet in this infographic.

Before you go read the infographic, it would also help you understand the power of the internet by knowing that the East Asia and Western countries would also agree on the fact that doing business in countries that are manipulating the internet dramatically means more great progress to the country’s business’ workforce, mainly perhaps of the ethics, work ideas and attitude of the workforce of people who use the internet to study stuff like coding, translation and graphic design. So there, the power of the internet.


About the Author

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.