Internet of Things: Digitize or Die: Transform your organization. Embrace the digital evolution. Rise above the competition.

Internet of Things: Digitize or Die: Transform your organization. Embrace the digital evolution. Rise above the competition.

Understand, master, and survive the Internet of Things with one simple and pragmatic methodology broken down into four steps. Digitize or Die is used by front-line business decision makers to digitize their strategy, portfolio, business model, and organization. This book describes what the IoT is, its impacts and consequences, as well as how to leverage the digital transformation to your benefit.
Inside these pages, you will learn:
•What the IoT means to all businesses
•Why the IoT and the digital revolution is a threat to your business model and survival
•What you need to understand to better grasp the problem
•The four steps your company needs to follow to transform its operations to survive
The IoT will disrupt all businesses, their leaders included, and you can take full advantage of this transformation to your benefit. The IoT is already transforming numerous markets and companies. Making sense of these changes, and more importantly, understanding how to leverage them to grow head and shoulders above your competition is one of the objectives of this book.
Technologies are evolving laser fast, but have not yet established their “rules of the game.” Indeed, it is an exciting and important time because you have a unique opportunity to change and adapt the game rules to suit your needs – and in so doing, outperform your competitors.

Nicolas Windpassinger is the global vice president of Schneider Electric’s EcoXpert Partner Program, whose mission is to connect the technologies and expertise of the world’s leading technology providers, pioneering the future of intelligent buildings and the Internet of Things, and delivering smarter, integrated and more efficient services and solutions to customers. He has been recognized by The Channel Company as one of the 50 Top Midmarket IT Executives as well as one of the 100 People You Don’t Know But Should.

All proceeds will be donated to these worthwhile causes:
•Alzheimer’s Association, which provides care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias
•Fondation de France, which supports projects in complex fields, such as education, research and social integration

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Customer reviews


Very good read and well worth your time, December 12, 2017
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Very good read and well worth your time. Concise and insightful overview of IoT technology with its impact on multiple markets and companies. Recommended for any executive looking to assess the impact of IoT on corporate strategy and emerging business models.



Good IoT book, January 28, 2018
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Had some decent information within but found a bit hard to keep with the flow of the writing.



Great book! Nicolas does a tremendous job in this …, November 27, 2017
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Great book! Nicolas does a tremendous job in this book to de-mystify what the IoT is, he details in very understandable terms the need to digitize your enterprise.

 

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  1. Very good read and well worth your time, December 12, 2017
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    Kaynam
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    Very good read and well worth your time. Concise and insightful overview of IoT technology with its impact on multiple markets and companies. Recommended for any executive looking to assess the impact of IoT on corporate strategy and emerging business models.

  2. Good IoT book, January 28, 2018
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    Sully
    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    Had some decent information within but found a bit hard to keep with the flow of the writing.

  3. Great book! Nicolas does a tremendous job in this …, November 27, 2017
    By 
    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    Great book! Nicolas does a tremendous job in this book to de-mystify what the IoT is, he details in very understandable terms the need to digitize your enterprise.

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