Amazon’s Echo smart speaker was a game changer when it launched in 2015. Since then it has continued to lead the Internet of Things (IoT) hub market in spite of increased competition from Google. The entire family of Amazon Echo products can be found in homes, offices, businesses, and several internet-connected mobile devices that allow Alexa, its onboard digital assistant, to reach the web.
The Amazon Echo is designed for the smart home, but there’s no reason it can’t be used in a smart office as well. If you’ve been seeking a hub for an IoT-connected office, it’s well worth your time to investigate one of the many Amazon Echo products available to see if one is a good fit, and TechRepublic has all the information you need right here. This Amazon Echo cheat sheet will be updated periodically as new software is released and new hardware is developed.
From the cheat sheet
What is Amazon Echo? Amazon Echo is a line of internet-connected smart speakers and mobile accessories that come with Alexa, Amazon’s digital assistant. It is able to serve as an IoT hub, a music player, an internet search engine, and anything else that an Alexa Skill enables it to do.