Reality Check DIY with IoT Equals Instant Legacy

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Tomorrow we are holding a webinar with our friends at Telit about the issues facing companies implementing IoT.

Thursday, August 24, 2017
2:00 PM EST/ 11:00 AM PST
REGISTER!

Let me start by saying that Telit has been one of the more enthusiastic proponents of enabling standards to be integrated into Service Providers with their participation in OneM2M and TIA.  So they have a good understanding as to where the future is heading.

As I watch the industry and run my events, the new is always overtaking the existing. In general anything new takes two years to go through the standards and development process.

When I hear Enterprises tell me that “they built it internally”, I always wonder how they sourced the modules and made plans for the future.

IoT is not a place, where you “Set It & Forget It”.  Modules keep dropping in costs and Service Providers keeping updating their networks.  It’s possible to build a system today that is instant legacy.

John Keever, is the speaker tomorrow and I recommend listening and asking for his guidance.  He has often spoken at our event and even challenged the audience to Stump Him.

Please join us tomorrow.

The description is below.

4 Reasons to Build Your Own IoT Solution – Or Not
How Your IoT Plan Stacks Up to Industry Best Practices

There are two approaches companies make when implementing an IoT solution. You can either build it yourself with your chosen IT team or agency, or buy one of the hundreds of IoT platforms out there. So how do you make the choice? What factors do you need to consider?

We’ve consulted with companies from around the world, and will share insights with you on these questions based on the scope of your IoT deployment. In this webinar, we’ll go over how to determine the best route for your business based on your needs.

What Attendees will learn:

  • How the number and types of devices and applications will affect your implementation – statistically how does your deployment compare to best practices?
  • What IoT functionality you may or may not need, and what’s the best maintenance plan?
  • What level of security will your data need?
  • How should you attack new market opportunities when additional platform advancements are needed?

Who should attend:

  • VPs and Directors of Service, Product Marketing, Product Development, R&D, Engineering, Technical Support
  • CTOs, CIOs, CEOs, Owners, Founders

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