Although IoT is thought to be made of sensors and devices talking to each other, when it comes to the industrial IoT a successful IoT implementation needs to be aware that behind those sensors and machines there are humans, and if you are not taking into account how IoT will impact them, you are doomed to failure. Read this blog post to reinforce the notion that IoT is not about technology or devices, but about how those two will impact your business processes, most of which involve dealing with human beings.
Technology and Business Process: Two Sides of the Same IoT Coin
When people talk about the Internet of Things (IoT), they’re often thinking about the cool new technologies involved—nano-sensors, micro-cameras, cloud computing, machine learning, analytics, blockchain, or even drones and autonomous vehicles. But as it turns out, if you try to implement IoT technology without looking first (and last!) at business processes, you will likely be doomed to failure—regardless of your cool technology or elegant solution … Keep reading the original post here
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