The Internet of Things (IoT) is clearly here to stay, and it’s driving business forward in every industry. Organizations across the globe use IoT to inform decisions, streamline operations, reduce costs, and create new revenue streams.
But if you’re still unclear on what potential IoT holds for your own company or industry, it can be daunting to try to connect the dots yourself. Rethinking the relationships between your devices, your processes, your IoT platform, your customers, and the right partners is a challenge. Many organizations don’t even know how to get started.
Microsoft’s Virtual Bootcamp for Internet of Things (IoT) – learn from the experts on how to create enterprise-grade IoT solutions, starting from a basic device and make it smarter with the power of the cloud. Hear LIVE from IoT experts from Microsoft and the rest of the industry, and then roll up your sleeves and create your own IoT solution(s) with hundreds of other commercial makers in the (virtual) room.
Special thanks to the teams that helped make this happen today!
@Microsoft launches our bootcamp with a talk by LadyAda, totally brilliant. @adafruit as always delivers! @bketelsen I'm starting to believe it is a different world there.
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