Set aside your opinions about some of the frivolous and risky applications that you think of when you hear the term Internet of Things. The fact is that the IoT is real. It's a concept that businesses in many sectors will continue to adopt, and it's time for your organization to consider whether to IoT has potential for you.
Companies are launching IoT initiatives where technology promises to address real business problems. Some of those companies have found success with IoT in a relatively short period of time. Others are still in the planning or exploration stage.
IoT holds promise in operational efficiency, identifying new business opportunities, and improved customer intelligence and support. It also is a technology concept that both serves and connects the enterprise and consumer markets.
Join All Analytics Radio as we take a look at IoT adoption and evaluate where organizations are finding success with IoT technologies, and perhaps where benefits are elusive. Dima Tokar, co-founder and CTO, of research firm MachNation, which focuses on IoT and related technologies. He will be the featured guest on A2 Radio on Tuesday, November 29, at 2 pm EST.
Tokar will provide insight into business adoption plans for the IoT, and how IoT initiatives are playing out in the real world. We will look at how organizations are leveraging IoT data to make better decisions, to keep factory equipment working, to optimize supply chains, to save energy, to keep traffic flowing, and to improve customer relationships.
Join us for this Internet of Things status report and learn what the IoT can and maybe cannot do for your organization.
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