How Windows 10 IoT helps manufacturers drive digital transformation

The Internet of Things is a quantum technology leap for the manufacturing industry, enabling business opportunities and competitive inroads that were not possible before. While IoT has long been heralded for its potential to capture insights, drive productivity, and simplify complex processes, technological roadblocks have prevented IoT from coming fully into its own. But today Microsoft provides tools, experience, and solutions to solve this problem.

We have put together for you a Microsite with White Papers and E-Books about the digital transformation for the Manufacturing Industry and how Windows 10 can help to drive this transformation.

 

 

 


Free eBook - Where to start? How Windows 10 IoT helps manufacturers drive digital transformation

While IoT has long been heralded for its potential to capture insights, drive productivity, and simplify complex processes, technological roadblocks have prevented IoT from coming fully into its own. But change is in the air. In this e-book, we’ll explore the ways IoT is transforming business, take a closer look at Windows 10 IoT and outline some basic steps to start forming your IoT plan.


Digital Transformation for the Manufacturing Industry

Manufacturing was made for digital transformation. Big data and digital tools are giving industry companies the insights and levers they need to understand and predict customer and market demands. Digital transformation enables manufacturers to reconceive their products and services, even their business models. According Gartner, companies in all industries are creating “new business designs” that blur the digital and physical worlds.


How the IoT is Transforming the Business of Manufacturing

Today, for the first time in many decades, technology has outpaced the evolution of business processes. Though smart products have existed for some time, it was difficult to realize their business potential. Now, due to the proliferation of the cloud and big data, continually connected smart products can deliver real value.

 

 


Introducing the Microsoft Azure Internet of Things Suite

To help you get started or expand how you’re using IoT in your business today, Microsoft have a new set of cloud-based services built on the flexible and scalable Cloud Platform. With the Microsoft Azure Internet of Things Suite, you can monitor assets to improve efficiencies, drive operational performance to enable innovation, and employ advance data analytics to transform your company with new business models and revenue streams.


 


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