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What’s the one piece of advice for a business leader interested in the Internet of Things?

Answer #1

You are asking for single most important piece of advice for business leader entering in to the internet of things.

Based on the experience, knowledge and interactions with buisness leaders commected with internet of things, my advice would be : Take security issues seriously and do not neglet them.

Security issues are very familiar in cyber world. Data theft, server breach, attack on cryptocurrencies are some of the common security issues we face in cyber world.

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