Imagine being at a hospital a few decades back. There is an emergency at the door-step. Doctors and nurses are stepping in to attend to the situation. Counsellors are trying to calm people down associated with the affected patient. Constant real-time monitoring of the status was something that was manually done by experts. Randomness and confusion prevailed. Enter today; the term real-time monitoring is very much possible, thanks to technology. It is the evolutionary advantage that gives us the edge to achieve more with the invisible fabric of connectivity that envelops us—the Internet. If you thought the Internet was an information bank, its brainchild—the Internet of Things (IoT) is another form of it, sweeping off information from things and helping us learn what we are and what we could do with data.