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IT Pros Weigh in on IoT’s
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What do you need to make sure your manufacturing facility is ready to make the leap to the Internet of Things? What do you want to gather? How will you communicate this information? How will you process this information and actuate based on the data? Existing system integration and communication?, says Joseph Zulick, a writer

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Connected devices have a key role to play in an era of pandemics

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