Meaning of hyperconnected in English:

hyperconnected

Pronunciation /hʌɪpəkəˈnɛktɪd/

Translate hyperconnected into Spanish

adjective

  • Characterized by the widespread or habitual use of devices that have internet connectivity.

    ‘in our hyperconnected world, employees expect to work from anywhere’
    • ‘how instantly reachable we all are, how hyperconnected, with our smartphones, laptops, and tablets’
    • ‘They're naturally the opinionated, hyperconnected influencers marketers crave.’
    • ‘The world is now hyperconnected, and there is no such thing as "local" anymore.’
    • ‘Early-adopting, hyperconnected, always on: Call us Children of the Revolution, the first teens and tweens to grow up with the network.’
    • ‘Electronic hermits are people who live in total human isolation, but are hyperconnected via television, radio, the Net, SMS and what have you.’
    • ‘This consultancy is dedicated to helping clients negotiate the challenges presented by our 'hyperconnected' future.’
    • ‘In a hyperconnected world, their every business process needed to be exquisitely calibrated to respond instantly to whatever got thrown at them.’
    • ‘In the last five years, we went from connected to hyperconnected.’
    • ‘While we were focused on the recession, we went from a connected world to a "hyperconnected" world.’
    • ‘A pair of New York-based trend spotters expect people to start setting some boundaries between their hyperconnected careers and personal lives this year.’
    • ‘In today's hyperconnected world, more and more companies cannot and will not hire people who don't fulfill those criteria.’
    • ‘"The hyperconnected world is giving us a chance to change India faster, at a larger scale, than ever before."’