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The global Internet of Things (IoT) market was valued at $164 billion in 2018, and has been steadily rising since. With this rise, many companies are looking to get in on the IoT act, and have been deploying smart devices in many new ways to enhance their businesses.
Here are a few benefits you should see from implementing IoT in your business:
The shipping industry can now deploy IoT sensors on vehicles and packages that can maximize visibility of supply chains and improve transport operations of valuable cargo. Real-time alerts allow dock crews to be at the right place at precisely the right scheduled delivery times, and with the equipment needed to increase efficiencies. Historical data from past shipments can be used to improve control over future transportation operations.
Business Process Monitoring
What is measured can be improved. Although manufacturing is already highly monitored, IoT will bring detailed monitoring to other areas of business, including office work and field operations. Wearable devices have many sensors and what they communicate can deliver more data to provide deep analytics that businesses can leverage—which can enhance productivity and help lower costs.
Expanded Big Data
Sensors deployed as part of IoT devices produce data that can be stored and analyzed as part of existing analytics. Thus, creating an entirely new classes of findings. Applications including food, shopping, and distribution can already send previously unavailable data about vibration, light, movement, temperature, and other discernible conditions across network connections to data repositories.
Today, nearly everyone has some type of connected device within their home: smart light bulbs, thermostats, and video doorbells. Years ago, manufacturers invested in these Internet of Things, with the end goal to become productive, efficient, and competitive.
IoT technologies are beginning to change the way that products are developed, manufactured and delivered. Key areas in manufacturing that IoT could have the most impact:
There are more devices connected to the internet than ever before, and the number continues to climb. IoT transforms the entire approach to manufacturing to transmit valuable data about repairs, certification, operating efficiencies and opportunities to optimize the equipment. As a result, the IoT can reduce your downtime, help ensure compliance, and drive productivity and profitability.
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As our world is dealing with the COVID-19 virus, businesses around the world have shifted gears to safeguard employees by following the rules and regulations laid out by the government. As a result, employees are accessing enterprise applications, systems and data from multiple devices and internet connections.
To build a robust digital infrastructure where employees can seamlessly work remotely needs a few basic essentials. Here are some recommendations:
Adopting the Cloud: Cloud computing, along with new-age technologies enable employees to work from any location that has internet access, via a virtual desktop or remote infrastructure. It allows employees to access documents and data that is essential for their work by using specific credentials to maintain security.
Using Remote Working Tools: The use of audio or video conferencing tools such as Zoom, Skype, Simple2call and Cisco WebEx becomes critical. While selecting tools, it is advisable to consider factors such as ease of use and hassle-free installation on multiple devices such as desktops, laptops or mobile phones.
Establish Strong Cyber Security: While working remotely, establishing strong cyber security practices becomes essential as hackers use this as an opportunity to launch cyber-attacks. Organizations must introduce resilient security policies and provide secured devices, software and corporate networks. It must also ensure that all access to an enterprise’s data and systems is through a secured VPN.
Prepare Employees on Latest Technology: This involves training employees on best practices in virtual team building, virtual communication and collaboration.