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Connecting Business with Machines in the Cloud-Based World of IoT

April 5, 2017

If you’re operating your business with a cloud-based IoT system, you potentially have a huge advantage over your competition. You can analyze trends, stay on top of inventory, and have access to myriad other features, typically in near real time. Making that cloud connection needn’t be an insurmountable hurdle.

The IoT and its cloud-based structure can be difficult to navigate, so we’re here to help. In this white paper from Intel® and Eurotech, you’ll learn:

  • How to analyze the vast amounts of data at your disposal
  • What’s inside the Eurotech and Intel infrastructure and how you can add value
  • Which technologies you can leverage today and what’s coming in the future
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