Definition of hyperconnected in English:

hyperconnected

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’
    • ‘"The hyperconnected world is giving us a chance to change India faster, at a larger scale, than ever before."’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Early-adopting, hyperconnected, always on: Call us Children of the Revolution, the first teens and tweens to grow up with the network.’
    • ‘This consultancy is dedicated to helping clients negotiate the challenges presented by our 'hyperconnected' future.’
    • ‘The world is now hyperconnected, and there is no such thing as "local" anymore.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘They're naturally the opinionated, hyperconnected influencers marketers crave.’
    • ‘While we were focused on the recession, we went from a connected world to a "hyperconnected" world.’
    • ‘Electronic hermits are people who live in total human isolation, but are hyperconnected via television, radio, the Net, SMS and what have you.’

Pronunciation:

hyperconnected

/hʌɪpəkəˈnɛktɪd/