The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly becoming a way of life, making its way from consumer environments in homes and retail environments – to now becoming an integral part of the modern enterprise.

Before the IoT revolution, data was limited. It existed, and people tracked it – often manually – but limited data was being produced because humans had fewer devices, and even less data was actually accessible by humans. With IoT, the flood gates have opened – with every device pushing, pulling and producing data. And, with IoT comes convenience.

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