The Internet of Things (IoT) Drives a Fascinating Pace of Business Innovation
Companies across industries are using IoT to both differentiate their products and improve operations. For example, automakers are offering customers IoT-based enhancements to product safety and customer experience. Predictive maintenance enabled by sensor based analytics ensures that issues are caught well before highway failures. Over-the-air (OTA) firmware updates allow customers to enjoy the latest features without their cars ever leaving the garage. Manufacturing companies are rushing to develop IoT-based smart factories that increase yield. Real-time failure identification allows manufacturing to discard parts quickly without expending extra resources in their completion.
It is a small wonder that companies are rapidly embarking on this path. The value to consumers is too compelling—and the benefits to the businesses are equally convincing.
The Stampede of Innovation, However, Brings a Myriad of Challenges
The push for rapid implementation heavily affects those tasked with architecting and managing IoT deployments. Here, we focus on three challenges faced by both operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) architects and administrators:
Read the entire article here, Symphony Out of the IoT Stampede
via the fine folks at VMware!
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