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By: Webmaster | September 03, 2017

Unplanned work stoppages cost global industries millions of dollars in lost revenue. Downtime can be caused for multiple reasons. Examples can be weather delays in airline companies or cyber crime which lead to infrastructure breakdowns.

 

Susceptibility to failure persists, particularly as it relates to factories. According to some research information, more than 90% of machines in factories globally are not network-connected, and the vast majority are more than 15-years-old. 

 

The graphic below shows how much money is lost in a few major industries for just one minute of downtime:

By: Webmaster | August 08, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become inescapable in reports related to IT. Each individual device on the IoT is identified by an individual Internet address, can access through the Internet and can interact with connected information systems. More and more devices are everyday connected to the Internet. According to the latest Gartner study, this year will conclude with more than 8 billion connected devices globally, representing a 31% increase compared to 2016. By 2020, it is expected that the number of "things" connected to reach 20 billion. These figures will bring total spending on endpoints and services to two trillion dollars in 2017.


On the other hand, not only elements of everyday life will be connected to the internet b...