It was only a couple of years ago when people spoke about the Internet of Things (IoT) as if it were a mysterious superhero for business—it would rescue old traditional industries and set them on a new prosperous path—but no one knew how exactly it would work, or how to use it. We'd all talk about the moment, or year, or use case when IoT finally "hits" and goes mainstream. Well, it hasn't quite panned out that way. Instead, slowly and quietly, IoT has started ...

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