How to make IoT real with Tech Data and IBM Part 1

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Darryl Kelly is joined by Sujit Bhatt from IBM to talk about what IoT means to IBM and their customers and how the Internet of Things (IoT) is a really exciting area to work in.

They discuss the benefits, challenges and best practises customers find with IoT as well as the current trend over the next 12 to 18 months where large number of companies have IoT as a top project area.

Part two of the discussion can be found here.

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