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Digitalization in the Factory, How to Protect The Network for IIoT

This presentation presents recent survey data from 451 Research [VOTE product] on trends in Digitization of the Factory from the perspective of Operational Technologists. Top use cases for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the current project focus of IT/OT teams will be discussed. Followed by a discussion of how to protect your technology investment in non-traditional environments, including extending the network onto the factory floor, the wireless overlay, and the addition of compute and storage resources on the site (edge computing).
Recorded Aug 16 2018 52 mins
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Rich Karpinski, 451 Research & David Knapp, Chatsworth
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