Beware Unique Challenges When Acquiring Internet Tech

By Nicholas Merker and Eric Goodman (September 5, 2017, 12:23 PM EDT) -- More and more businesses are procuring or manufacturing network-capable devices in areas where dumb devices traditionally ruled. For example, smart HVAC systems phone home to maintenance providers over the internet when repairs are needed; smart light bulbs turn on and off based on employee activity in a specific area or through centralized control by maintenance staff over the internet; and even coffee makers allow employees to brew a single cup from their desks over the corporate network and pick it up when done. This network-capable revolution of devices has been called the internet of things. In addition to providing simple functional...

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