Cloud, Connectivity Lay Foundation for Industry 4.0

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UdyRegan   8/1/2018 4:20:14 AM

What is more exciting than seeing what the companies are all using now, is seeing how they have changed over the years. Honestly speaking, the speed at which operations have morphed ever since we have more sophisticated technology available is  really amazing. The efficiency of operations now is really so much more than what we could have imagined in the past!

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