The full value of the Internet of Things has yet to be fully realized, but executives consider IoT initiatives to be increasingly valuable and important to their organizations, particularly when it comes to achieving greater operational efficiencies and gaining competitive advantages.

That is one of the findings of a new study by research firm Vanson Bourne. The study, which was sponsored by Aeris, a leading firm in the IoT market, polled 300 enterprise IT decision makers in the United States and United Kingdom. The study looked at the perceived impact of IoT on business in the year ahead, and how perspectives on IoT have evolved since 2013.

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