The best thing you can do for you business's future is to plan ahead when it comes to IoT infrastructure. It could save a lot of time and money in the long run. DataCenter Knowledge said, "If you have the luxury of planning out an IoT deployment in a building before it’s built, or at least before the contractor puts in communications infrastructure, such as fiber cables and network switches, consider having the IoT vendor work together with the contractor to use the same infrastructure for the IoT deployment." With the money and time you save, you could be working on new and exciting IoT projects!
The abstract three-word buzz-phrase that describes the concept can mask the messiness and complexity of what the Internet of Things is. It’s a catch-all description for countless different use cases in every possible industry vertical. Needless to say, nobody quite has IoT figured out. However, at this point, after several years of development in the space, some basic questions and trends have emerged which at a minimum apply to big sections of the market. Last week at IoT World in Santa Clara, California, experts highlighted those questions and shared their opinions on how they might be answered. Read More
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