Leading the IoT: Gartner insights on how to lead in a connected world

According to Gartner, the greatest barrier to entry for #IoT is the fact that most organizations don't know how to apply this technology. And with over 65 percent of enterprises adopting IoT by 2020, staying out of the game is no longer an option. Download this guide to obtain a step-by-step framework for creating successful IoT initiatives, then follow TeraCloud, Inc. to learn more about #AzureIoT.

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The IoT is changing today’s organizations into digital businesses. It’s also creating innovative business models, boosting efficiency, and fostering engagement in both employees and customers. Change is not always smooth, however. Sometimes the only way to adapt and stay relevant is by radically reinventing the way things have been done in the past, which can be a painful process for some companies.

There are other barriers to entry for IoT as well: most enterprises don’t know where to start implementing the technology; moreover, if strategies do exist, there’s almost always a conflict regarding who owns them. During these discussions, it’s the job of the CIO to fill the resulting IoT leadership void.

This book provides CIOs and IT leaders with a solid foundation for starting business conversations, developing initiatives, and creating successful IoT strategies with a quick time-to-market. Subscribe now to download your copy.

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