Introducing Oracle Internet of Things Connected Worker Cloud

PRASEN PALVANKAR | September 19, 2017

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The common understanding about IoT (Internet of Things) is that it’s about “Things” – inanimate objects in the physical world networked with and interacting with their digital counterparts. Of course, IoT goes beyond just connecting sensors and devices. For an enterprise, it’s about making a meaningful difference in the way a business is run by reducing downtime, increasing equipment efficiency, increasing product quality and so on.

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