Internet of Things

Where Do You See The Internet of Things In The Future?

When the Internet was first launched, you were able to connect to the internet through your computer or server with a LAN line (cable). So, you only had to figure out how to secure one type of device and one type of connection. Today, you can use a LAN line, a Wi-Fi connection, or a WiFi Hotspot to connect to the Internet, and the number of devices with Internet connectivity continues to grow and grow: computer, server, virtual machine, phone, tablet, printer, watch, etc. We want you to think about how internet connectivity has evolved and will evolve to allow these different types of devices to use the internet to help simply and enrich your life. We also want you to think about how you are going to keep all your connected devices secure as the Internet of Things continues to evolve in the Future for both personal and business purposes.

Essay Question to Win $1,000 Scholarship:

How does the Internet of Things affect your future?


How To Enter

  • Write

    Write a 400-600 word essay about how the Internet of Things will affect your future.
  • Post

    Post the essay on your blog or website.
  • Submit

    By Feb. 1st 2018, enter your name, email, and the URL of where your essay post is located in the fields to the right. Then click submit.

Helpful Guidelines

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  • Be concise
    • 400-600 words is not a lot. Choose your words wisely.
  • Be creative
    • Don't hold back.
  • Use examples
    • They enhance the credibility of your essay.
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    • Either in-text or at the bottom.
  • Submit before the deadline Feb. 1st, 2018!
    • We won't accept late entries.
Scholarship Submission

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Middle Georgia State University

15th Feb 2018

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CPS University

15th Oct 2017

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Capitol Technology

15th December 2016

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15th May 2016

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Cal Polytechnic

15th March 2015