The Internet of Things will change the way we work and live.
It will change everything from how we think and how we act, says Brian McBride, the CEO of the Delphi Group, a consultancy that works with companies on the Web.
And it will do it in a way that has a direct impact on how people work, he says.
It’s the next wave of the Web 2.00 era.
“We’re in the process of reinventing the way people work and how people communicate with each other and how they interact,” McBride says.
For the past five years, Delphi has been building out a new Web 2,000 architecture that has more than doubled the number of Web pages it serves and expanded the Web’s capacity to run millions of devices, from smartphones to smart TVs to cloud-connected servers.
Its goal: to transform the way companies do business by bringing new ideas, new products, and new ways of doing things into the Web and bringing new technology to the Web to help them do it better.
Web 2: a whole new world This new architecture is also changing the way you work and work from a physical workplace to one that’s virtual, says McBride.
“If you’re working at a desk, you’re probably not working from home,” he says, “and you might not be using a remote control, and you’re not using a laptop.
So we’re trying to build a virtual workspace, where we can run things remotely and not have to physically be in a building or at a conference room.”
That includes a whole world of apps and technologies that make it easier to work, from productivity apps to cloud services that make data storage cheaper and more secure.
These include things like Delphi’s “Delphi cloud” which lets you use your own personal cloud to run apps and web services without the need for a server.
And while you can now use an iPad to work from home, the new Web 1.0 architecture is much simpler for people to use, says Rob Eiseman, a senior director at Delphi who co-founded the group in 2007 with McBride and others.
It offers the user access to all the tools they need to work remotely from anywhere in the world, from desktops to smartphones, and in a secure environment.
“I’ve been building this architecture for five years and it’s finally here,” says Eiserman.
“It’s a great place to work now and it can provide an amazing experience when you’re out and about.”
A lot of people, including Delphi, are already using the Web 1,000 design to work and communicate remotely.
“Web 2: A whole new worlds” is the name of a new design that Delphi will introduce in the first quarter of 2019, says Marcia Koll, who has been a Delphi project manager since 2012.
She’s also the founder and executive director of the non-profit Open Internet Initiative.
“The way we’re doing things is not changing at all,” she says.
“So this is the future, and it will happen faster than anyone expected.”
Delphi says that by the end of 2019 it will have more than 50,000 Web 2+ users and have a team of more than 100 developers working on a variety of Web 2 projects, including web apps, e-commerce, cloud services, and cloud management.
It also has a new set of products and services that will help companies use Web 2 technologies, including a new mobile tool, a browser-based version of Delphi Web, and a set of APIs to help developers build apps for Web 2 and web browsers.
And there are some new apps for developers that will make it easy for people and businesses to share information and collaborate remotely.
These apps include “Workflow,” which helps people manage their personal and professional calendars and plans.
And “Work” that lets people work remotely in an organized way.
Delphi is also developing a Web 2-enabled social media tool called Workflow, which allows people to share, organize, and collaborate with one another.
Web 3: a new way of life When it comes to the future of the Internet of things, “Web 3” means a whole other world, says Kevin DeRose, a partner at venture capital firm KKR and a former Delphi senior VP.
“What I see with the Web 3 is a lot of the things that we’ve talked about over the past several years, like connected devices, cloud computing, and the ability to be in touch with the Internet and connect to it,” he said.
“You can be in the cloud, you can be on a mobile device, you’ll be able to get information, you won’t have to go to a remote office.
You can be anywhere, but you can still work remotely.
That’s really what Web 3 means.”
So, how does Delphi envision the Web of