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Internet of Things (IoT), home automation, & smart homes – A Getting Started Guide

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Want to bring your house into the modern “smart everything” age? Here’s a “cheat sheet” guide I wrote on getting started with home automation and IoT (Internet of Things):

http://www.jasonsamuel.com/home-automation-internet-of-things-iot-cheat-sheet/

I plan on keeping the guide above updated on a regular basis so bookmark the link and come back to it for the latest info.

Working with home automation is a very rewarding experience. You get to see some very tangible evidence of how it helps your household. Working with enterprise IoT, especially around industrial IoT (IIoT) uses cases, is even more interesting to me. If you’d like a write up on a “how-to” that’s enterprise focused please leave me a comment and I’ll see what I can whip up. 🙂

About Jason Samuel

Jason Samuel lives in Houston, TX with a primary focus on strategic advisory and architecture of end-user computing, security, enterprise mobility, virtualization, and cloud technologies from Citrix, Microsoft, & VMware. He also has an extensive background in web architecture and networking over his 20+ year career in IT. He is an Author, Speaker, and Local User Group Community Leader. He is certified in several technologies and is 1 of 63 people globally that is a recipient of the prestigious Citrix Technology Professional (CTP) award. He is 1 of 42 people in the world that has been awarded as a VMware EUC Champion and VMware vExpert. He is a featured author on DABCC which provides the latest IT Community News on Cloud, Data Center, Desktop, Mobility, Security, Storage, & Virtualization. In his spare time Jason enjoys writing how-to articles and evangelizing the technologies he works with. Disclaimer: The content and opinions expressed in articles and posts are his own and are by no means associated with his employer.

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1 Comment

  1. Mansha Brothers

    October 18, 2016 at 3:52 AM

    Smart automation is really making our lives easier and reliable. Thanks for the article Jason.

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