How to capture value from the IoT

If you have a fitness tracker or a smart thermostat in your digital cart this Cyber Monday, you might already be familiar with the Internet of Things (IoT). But you might not know that the IoT could have profound implications for both society and the economy: by 2030, the IoT could enable between $5.5 trillion and $12.6 trillion in value globally. Capturing this value, however, depends largely on establishing interoperability and easing cybersecurity concerns. Explore a special collection on IoT, or dive deeper on key topics to understand:

  • the steps taken by companies that have succeeded in deploying IoT at scale
  • why it makes sense for companies to start small when adopting IoT
  • how organizations and their employees can benefit from always-connected work tools
  • why manufacturers should take a holistic approach to the Industrial IoT

IoT value set to accelerate through 2030: Where and how to capture it

Laying the foundation to accelerate the enterprise IoT journey

Reliably connecting the workforce of the future (which is now)

A manufacturer’s guide to scaling Industrial IoT

Industry’s fast-mover advantage: Enterprise value from digital factories

The 5G era: New horizons for advanced-electronics and industrial companies

The case for committing to greener telecom networks

Connected world: An evolution in connectivity beyond the 5G revolution

Digital ecosystems for insurers: Opportunities through the Internet of Things