Best Practices for IoT Success

SAS

Recent research conducted by the Internet of Things Institute sponsored by SAS revealed that early adopters of IoT technologies have lessons for organizations that are just now jumping on the connected devices.
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“In a few decades’ time, computers will be interwoven into almost every industrial product”, wrote computer scientist Karl Steinbuch in 1966. Coupled with connectivity, this prediction is finally coming to fruition...


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Using IoT and Machine Learning for Asset Management

Event 24

When small production platforms have backup equipment sitting around unused for long periods of time, it often leads to mechanical equipment failures that can cripple production for days or weeks on end. Thankfully, there’s help in the form of new technology. IOT and machine learning can be used to predict mechanical failures with enough lead time to get new equipment on-site before failure to eliminate unnecessary shut-in, and the ability to do this starts at the data layer.
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Learn From Real-World IoT Experience and Related Best Practices

Gartner

Learn best practices from organizations who have experience implementing the Internet of Things (IoT). In this complimentary webinar, we reveal a mix of recent high-impact Gartner IoT Strategic Planning Assumptions (predictions), and key findings and advice from our 3rd Annual IoT Implementation Survey.
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Streamlining IT and OT Security Visibility and Controls with Forescout

Forescout has recently updated its multifaceted IT/OT network device visibility and control platform to enhance the product's long-standing reputation for handling network admission controls. In this review, SANS analyst and instructor Don Murdoch digs into the product's capabilities and explores these key areas: Watch this on-d
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Navigating the Complexities and Benefits of IoT Design and Implementation

Cyient

The Internet of Things (IoT) is still relatively new, but today, many companies are looking to adopt and integrate IoT into their existing equipment to maintain competitive advantage and introduce “smart” solutions into their products. But, IoT solutions are costly and, while this idea is simple in theory, it comes with significant complexities that are often overlooked by many investigating the development of IoT-enabled, connected products.
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“In a few decades’ time, computers will be interwoven into almost every industrial product”, wrote computer scientist Karl Steinbuch in 1966. Coupled with connectivity, this prediction is finally coming to fruition...

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