Western civilization has experienced three industrial revolutions so far - after the steam engine, the assembly line and automation the new, fourth industrial revolution is taking place today. The latest industrial revolution is about physical machines and objects connecting into an information network, real economy is integrating into a single, giant intelligent information system. Industry 4.0 is capable of giving answers to the challenges of the newfangled revolution, primarily to the total digitalization of the industrial processes. It is, however, not only about the spread of technology, but also about the paradigm shift of business processes - new job roles, new products, supply chains, production processes come into being and IT knowledge is becoming even more valuable. And who stays out misses out.