ABSTRACT: As the Internet of Things moves from early hype to production deployments, organizations that have historically made physical things now face significant challenges. Not only do they need to connect their products to the Internet, but also support them. Because of this, I’ve seen many IoT innovation efforts take longer than expected or flounder without clear direction. Companies learn sometimes the hard way that it’s one thing to talk idyllically about turning a product-centered business into a service-centered utopia, but quite another to actually make it a reality. This talk will focus on the five symptoms of IoT programs that are destined for trouble and will also provide solutions for getting back on track.
Enjoying the Smart IoT Event in London today, emersing in the complex world of big data, cloud security and IoT. Lots of great speakers to learn from, about to attend "Making IoT work for your organisation" led by Mark Benson, CEO of Exosite #smartiotlondonpic.twitter.com/Fdoh1Paj64
Mark Benson is the Chief Technology Officer at Exosite, an Internet of Things (IoT) platform company based in Minneapolis, MN. Mark is a regular speaker and writer on the intersection of technology, business, and society as it relates to product development, technology leadership, strategic planning and execution, intellectual property portfolio management, software architecture, information security, competitive positioning, and organizational behavior.