Industrial IoT: The Next 30 Years Of IT

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During the past 30 years, Interop has traced the arc of information technology, from the beginnings of the modern data center and networking to the cloud computing standards businesses use today. The next 30 years of IT is here, thanks to the internet of things (IoT). InformationWeek Executive Editor Curtis Franklin spoke with Senior Editor Sara Peters about how IoT is changing everything we know in IT, especially in the industrial enterprise. From predictive analytics, to security, to ROI, here's why the next 30 years of IT starts with IoT.

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