6 lessons learned in Industrial IoT
The potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) is captivating, especially in industries such as manufacturing, smart energy and utilities. But how many organizations have actually transformed IoT potential into results?
Many companies are beginning to find success with IoT, but not without a few bumps along the way—you might call those “experience”. HPE wanted to take the pulse of machine-to-machine IoT implementers: We surveyed 80 IT professionals with key roles in industrial IoT deployments and asked them what went well, what didn’t, and why.
From their responses, we pulled out the six best practices for quick success—and how to avoid common pitfalls.
1. Don’t neglect change management
Many organizations reported projects succeeded technically, but ultimately failed because stakeholders weren’t proactively informed. Be sure to disseminate the reasons for the project, as well as the benefits and responsibilities for all stakeholders. This will help avoid surprises and ultimately prevent your implementation from being derailed.
2. Avoid Internets of Things
Read the entire article here, 6 lessons learned in Industrial IoT
via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.