Leveraging the Internet of Things in Vertical Industries

Gartner

The Internet of Things (IoT) will include 25 billion installed units by 2020 and will impact all major vertical industries. IoT will create new business models, facilitate digital business and radically alter the way we understand the delivery of "IT" services today. This webinar explores how you should prepare for this opportunity, and how it will impact you, your customers and the overall market.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes a totally interconnected world. It’s a world where devices
of every shape and size are manufactured with “smart” capabilities that allow them to communicate and interact with other devices, exchange data, make autonomous decisions and perform useful tasks based on preset conditions.It’s a world where technology will make life richer, easier, safer and more comfortable. Or is it?Like many emerging technologies, the Internet of Things is vulnerable to hype and exaggeration. To some people, it sounds like a vague and distant prospect; to others, it sounds threatening and dangerous. This executive brief will explore five of the most common myths associated with the Internet of Things and shed some light on the true nature of the technology and its capabilities.


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Winning with IoT: No-Fail Methods for Choosing the Right IoT Solutions and Partners

CISCO

Once you’ve identified the business benefits of IoT and established a clear IoT strategy, the next step is evaluating and selecting the right IoT solution for your business’ needs. But with 300+ vendors claiming to have the right “IoT Platform” for your business.
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Internet of Things Unleashed

NETSCOUT

It’s not enough to just know what IoT is and to accept that it’s on its way to a network near you. You must prepare. The most reaching effects of IoT will be the technical challenges around device density & security and the costs associated with device management. Both will necessitate significant technical and policy changes.
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Manage the Performance of Smart, Connected Products

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

Innovative developers create the devices and applications in the smart, connected world of the Internet of Things. But when it comes to day-to-day management business analysts and end users must be able to define, monitor, manage, and optimize the performance of their “things.” ThingWorx Utilities offers tools that IoT solutions can be readily built from, and provides business analysts and line-of-business users with powerful but easy-to-use IoT device management capabilities. In this webcast replay, you'll learn how ThingWorx Utilities enables and supports the rapid deployment and adoption of powerful IoT applications by allowing you to: Rapidly build applications that meet the requirements of critical IoT initiatives.
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The Critical Role of Enterprise IT in IoT Deployment

HARMAN International

Successfully deploying Internet of Things (IoT) projects and generating economic value requires synergy between the operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) departments within an enterprise. While OT focusses on making sure their high risk, mission critical operating assets are up and running in an efficient manner, IT has to face the twin challenges of security and data management. IoT solutions rely on IT whether deployed in a factory, an operating room, a city intersection, an oil rig or a retail shelf. A vital element of the OT/IT convergence is the realization that with the advent of IoT the datacenter is literally and figuratively moving to the edge. How an enterprise manages, secures, captures and stores its IoT data is key.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes a totally interconnected world. It’s a world where devices
of every shape and size are manufactured with “smart” capabilities that allow them to communicate and interact with other devices, exchange data, make autonomous decisions and perform useful tasks based on preset conditions.It’s a world where technology will make life richer, easier, safer and more comfortable. Or is it?Like many emerging technologies, the Internet of Things is vulnerable to hype and exaggeration. To some people, it sounds like a vague and distant prospect; to others, it sounds threatening and dangerous. This executive brief will explore five of the most common myths associated with the Internet of Things and shed some light on the true nature of the technology and its capabilities.

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