Legacy Information Technology (IT) often makes a digitized supply chain difficult or impossible. It also hurts manufacturers’ abilities to adopt new technologies.
Manufacturers have always been only as good (or bad) as their supply-chain. Today, traceability rules and problems trickle downstream.
Smart products are what company and consumers want, so when (and how) will manufacturers get smart about all the opportunities the IoT has opened to them?
IoT security seems to be less of a concern to manufacturers leaving them vulnerable to hackers. Here's what to do to generate profits from embedded intelligence and enhance companywide security.