June 2017

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Digital: Transitioning from the spreadsheet to the Cloud

The Industrial Internet of Things is expected to create a $225-B market by 2020, opening new opportunities for industrial organizations related to data and asset management.

Renick, J., GE Digital

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is expected to create a $225-B market by 2020, opening new opportunities for industrial organizations related to data and asset management.1 Technology advances have allowed companies to capture large amounts of data from sensors, historians and enterprise asset management systems to help inform operators about asset health, performance, operational capacity and failures. With the massive amounts of data being generated, the Cloud serves as a scalable central repository for data and the insights that data can provide. Many maintenance, reliability and operating professionals continue to rely on manual spreadsheets to manage their data. Spreadsheets a

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