Vast potential lies within connecting enterprise-scale devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications can increase operational efficiency by giving businesses visibility into the details of their operations in ways that could not have been measured before. While 71% of IT executives feel that IoT will help them better meet their business objectives in the next year, according to the Vanson Bourne 2015 survey conducted in partnership with Aeris, many also find IoT technology complicated and hard to manage.
That’s why we wrote an entire eBook on the topic of IoT and M2M specifically for business. Executives and project managers want a basic understanding of what makes an IoT/M2M system work, from sensors and connectivity to analytics and security. It’s useful to have a grounding in the basic concepts of how IoT and M2M systems are connected, how they communicate, and how this will impact your organization. The Definitive Guide to IoT for Business is just such an outline.
In fact, MultiTech Systems CEO Stefan Lindvall calls this “the first comprehensive primer to outline exactly what it takes to bring your idea to life.” While many guides have been written for consumers explaining IoT in terms of connecting from a fitness band to your smartphone to the Internet, little exists for those building IoT deployments for small to large enterprises. As Lindvall says, “If you’re in the business of IoT or looking at starting up a deployment, this book is for you.”
Start on the path with this visual walk-through of the Definitive Guide to IoT here.
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