- Nov 15, 2017

Manufacturers Gain from IoT But Slip on Security

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

According to the data from a recent study, manufacturers are seeing significant gains in productivity and profitability from using IoT technology. Yet the study also found manufacturers are overlooking two critical pieces that could derail their progress: cyber security and R&D tax credits. 

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