Eight Ways Internet of Things Is Creating More Intelligent Enterprises
- The convergence of IoT, mobility and cloud computing has led to a new operational paradigm known as the intelligent enterprise which allows businesses to be more efficient and make informed decisions with improved real-time visibility.
- The Promise of the Intelligent Enterprise Businesses around the world will be dynamically streaming data to their workforces in real time.
- The new reality is that access to real-time data—from people, processes and devices through sensors connected to the internet—will revolutionize the way we interact with each other and our world.
- Using data collected right at the dock door together with mobile devices and trailer load analytics software, warehouses and dock managers are now receiving a real-time view of each trailer to ensure their cargo loads reach their full potential to optimize deliveries.
- It will require businesses across industry sectors and market sizes to convene and partner with vendors, government, customers and academic institutions to establish agreed-upon standard practices and guidelines so that all enterprises can connect and become more intelligent.
The internet of things isn’t just improving the lives of consumers; the IoT is also creating intelligent enterprises across industries.
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People are more than ready for the internet of things because they’ve been reading about its possibilities for a few years. They are beginning to buy smart connected products, such as thermostats, washing machines and refrigerators. Similarly, the IoT is quickly impacting and reshaping the enterprise landscape, forming more intelligent enterprises across industries. The convergence of IoT, mobility and cloud computing has led to a new operational paradigm known as the intelligent enterprise which allows businesses to be more efficient and make informed decisions with improved real-time visibility. This eWEEK slide show, using industry information from Tom Bianculli, CTO of Zebra Technologies, provides insights into the intelligent enterprise.