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Survey: What IoT devices is your company using?

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Survey: What IoT devices is your company using?

In this survey we're asking how the Internet of Things (IoT) is being used to collect data, what benefits these connected devices can bring, what parts of the company is using IoT and how security factors in. You will be asked nine or fewer questions, which will take about five minutes to complete. Anyone within the U.S. who completes this survey is eligible to enter to win $100.

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Survey: Harnessing IoT in the enterprise

We want to know how Internet of Things (IoT) is being used to collect data, what benefits connected devices can bring, and how security factors in. If your company uses IoT-connected devices, please share your experiences on the topic. Take the survey, which will take about five minutes to complete, and you may be entered to win $100. (Please read the rules for this giveaway.)

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