Exploring the IoT Reality of Unconnected Things

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MarkSindone   7/27/2018 12:24:09 AM

Every industry has its own set of requirements. Thus, we need to know exactly which type of technology do we need to apply to which process. If we fail to do so, we might end up doing more work that incur more costs. In order to save time, exploring several options would help do  the trick. It is important to have a variety of choices left at the end of the day.

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