Firms with no IoT strategy face being ‘left behind’

Almost half of companies don’t have a specific Internet of Things strategy

4th December, 2016
Maurice Mortell, managing director of Ireland and emerging markets, Equinix

A new study by Equinix has found that 40 per cent of Irish businesses will increase their Internet of Things (IoT) deployment in 2017. It also found that while 74 per cent recognise that IoT will play a role in their business in the next five years, many are yet to implement a specific IoT strategy.

Almost half of companies admitted that they don’t have a specific IoT strategy and don’t expect to implement one in the next...

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