When you have multiple devices in your home, they may not all speak the same language, and getting them to work in concert can be hard. Instead of one army of smart little minions ready to carry out your will, they’re often closer to an untrained French Foreign Legion from all different backgrounds and all different languages. That’s why you need a smart hub that can make them march in formation and communicate in a common tongue.
First things first, the Nest is so user friendly someone with little to no background in technology installation can put it up with ease. Everything you need to start using the thermostat will come in the Nest’s box; they even include a screwdriver with the system.
In addition to having a security system, it’s also smart to use other home security gadgets. Although there are many options, a video doorbell is one of the best investments.
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The Internet of Things offers many advantages, including convenience, but for the uninformed or unwary can present a major security risk. Knowing how to protect your network and data is essential.
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For many seniors, aging in place means independence and retaining preferred lifestyle. Technology and the Internet of Things can help manage the physical and other challenges that come with age.
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