AUSTIN (AP) A new Stanford University study shows that an increasing number of businesses and individuals are choosing to partner with the internet of things to automate or automate inefficiencies and boost productivity.
The researchers, including three professors from the School of Engineering and Applied Science, say that while the world is getting more connected, the way businesses and customers are able to access data is changing rapidly.
In the new study, published online on Thursday, the team of researchers at Stanford’s Institute for the Future found that businesses and consumers are using more automation to address an increasing variety of data problems.
The researchers looked at nearly 700 large and small businesses across the U.S. and Canada.
They found that automation has become a key element in many of these efforts.
The first big change they saw was an explosion in the use of data-driven applications, including cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
Many of these companies were relying on automation as an extension of the existing customer support network, but they were not leveraging data analytics to solve the data problem.
Instead, many of the companies were using automation to streamline the business.
For example, in a recent year, the number of data center deployments doubled, and in some cases more than tripled, from just 5 percent to more than 20 percent.
The report says that many of those data center upgrades were to improve the efficiency of the business by reducing the amount of time that workers spent on tasks that would otherwise take a lot of time.
This shift in the business model is driven by the increasing ubiquity of cloud computing, which is allowing companies to move large amounts of data to multiple data centers.
For example, data center capacity in the U, for example, increased by 1,800 megawatts between 2014 and 2017.
The report’s authors also note that the trend toward automation is accelerating.
In 2017, the percentage of businesses with one or more employees who had an online presence that is capable of running automation doubled from 14 percent to 27 percent.
This is the first time the Stanford team has looked at the automation component of a business’ decision to use automation.
In order to be included in the study, businesses had to have been in existence for less than five years.
For the first two years, they were required to have no employees and to have one or two locations.
They were also required to use a software platform that can manage and operate the business remotely.
The Stanford team used the Stanford Cloud platform, which provides enterprise level management and analytics capabilities.
The company that was chosen to be a partner included two leading data analytics companies, KPMG and KPMB.
The study found that most businesses had at least one partner who was able to manage the automation as a part of the overall business.
In addition, the study found a trend of businesses becoming more reliant on analytics to manage their business.
For instance, the report found that 71 percent of businesses are now using data analytics as part of their business operations.
In the previous decade, only 25 percent of companies used analytics to run their business processes.
The Stanford researchers say that these trends will continue as the world becomes more connected.
The more that businesses are able use analytics, the better the results will be.