The most important “thing” in the Internet of Things is data.
Jay McBain, principal analyst for global channels at Forrester Research, outlines 10 ways VARs, MSPs, solution providers, and system integrators can make money with the Internet of Things today.
Before launching an IoT project, set clear goals, identify pain points and security vulnerabilities, and create a plan that starts with an assessment of existing technologies.
IoT projects offer great opportunities, but you need to understand how they’re different from IT as you know it.
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IoTPlaybook Insight: The title above is the sub-headline for an article in Machine Design titled, 'Avoid the “7 Deadly Sins” of IoT Product Development.' But the advice applies directly to integrators solving problems for their customers using IoT.
The Internet of Things cuts a wide swath across many applications and technologies. Newcomers should focus on one, simple solution to get their feet wet.
IoTPlaybook Insight: New technologies lead the changes in the tech ecosystem, according to CompTIA's "7th State of the Channel: Trends in the Technology Ecosystem" report. 75 percent of channel partners surveyed list IoT as the one of the emerging technologies with a big upside.
IOTPlaybook Insight: IoT vendors regularly get blasted for poor device security. At least some of that criticism is deserved. California may pass a law demanding IoT device manufacturers take include at least rudimentary security protections. The good news?
When things go wrong, the blame game starts. Here’s how to deal with the problem:
Stop the blame game before it begins.