Researching IoT for my business
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8 IoT Devices for Your Retail Business To Consider
Staying competitive as a small business owner means offering your customers the best possible personalized experience. To make that happen, your business needs to be running at top efficiency and the Internet of Things can help.
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Is the Internet of Things Good for Manufacturing?
Technology is infiltrating the manufacturing industry in full storm. In recent years, trends have included the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and industry 4.0, otherwise known as the 4th industrial revolution.
If you work in manufacturing, there's a good chance you have seen the addition of robots in your company. If you haven't experienced this, you've probably read about these shiny new metallic coworkers who are destined to take your job away.
Many contractors have their busy season. In those times, it can be next to impossible to expand into new things. So, when things slow down, as they often do after the holiday season, it may be a good time to research new technology that can help your company this year.
Taking a proactive approach to robbery prevention is the best way to prepare your business for the unexpected. A recent study shared some interesting facts a business owner can use to be strategic with their time and money when protecting their business. For example, focus your preventative efforts on the most common times and days that robberies occur. According to the D&D Daily report, 48% of robberies happen between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m.
For buyers, the home purchasing process can be a difficult one that comes with a lot of questions. They may wonder, do the appliances stay? Will the built-in bar stools come with the house? Should a carbon monoxide detector be installed before the sale is finalized?
Like almost every industry, auto repair has been disrupted by the use of technology. Vehicles are becoming more personalized, networked, and higher priced. Many are equipped with technology that can assist a driver in the case of an accident and refer a customer to your shop based on your OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) certification.

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