Future Focus: Is Your Enterprise Ready for IoT?

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With recent advances in both mobility and infrastructure, enterprises are becoming increasingly decentralized, and corporate data increasingly difficult to protect.
A recent study by Juniper Research revealed that by 2020, the number of connected devices will have reached approximately 38.5 billion.

The notion that every component of the workplace may one day be connected to a vast, digital network seems like a concept drawn straight out of science fiction. However, the Internet of Things (IoT) – sensors and actuators connected by networks to computing systems – is very real. It’s already started to have a marked influence on how we work and live, changing everything from how hospitals operate, to how goods and services are manufactured and transported, to how we interact with our entertainment. These early victories in IoT are minor compared to what a connected world might deliver down the line.

But what will it take for organizations to maximize returns from this technology, while mitigating risks?

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