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IoT Insights: Smart Manufacturing

33% of industry leaders will be disrupted by digitally enabled competitors. What does this mean for your business?

Join Dell IoT for a quick, 10 minute overview on the impact of the industrial internet of things (IIoT) on manufacturing, and how connecting your machines can significantly improve machine efficiency.
Recorded May 28 2018 10 mins
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Kevin Terwilliger, Solutions Director, Dell IoT
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Dell Technologies can help you unlock the full potential of IoT data and fuel faster, more accurate decisions than your competition. Our solutions enable you to architect for continuously better outcomes from the edge to the cloud, while simplifying and de-risking your IoT journey for faster ROI, and decision-making. With our broad portfolio, open architecture, domain expertise and services, as well as our award-winning partner program, we have what it takes to make you become a digital organization powered by data - ready for today and tomorrow. Learn more at DellTechnologies.com/IoT

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