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    Posted July 19, 2016 by Jerry Lee – Microsoft’s director of product marketing, Data Platform and IoT

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a game changer. When businesses start connecting the devices and assets they already own, the wealth of data will enable them to optimize their operations, perform predictive maintenance, precisely manage their inventory, improve product development, open up new revenue streams, roll out new services—and much more.

    While IoT can transform your business, the complexity of building an IoT solution can seem overwhelming. At Microsoft, we view IoT as a journey. We help you get off to a quick start with the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, and provide the interoperability, flexibility, and open ecosystem needed to overcome barriers to implementation and keep your IoT projects running smoothly.

    So what are some of those barriers, and what can you do about them? Here are the three we see customers run into most frequently and how we can help:

    Overcoming the three most common challenges to IoT adoption


    Ahmed Diab

    good article. Thanks



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    I agree

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