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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Industries / Computer Industry
  • Language:English
  • Pages:278
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781543903539
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543903522

The Future of IoT

Leveraging the Shift to a Data Centric World

by Don DeLoach , Emil Berthelsen and Wael Elrifai

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Overview

The Future of IoT takes a deep look at the progression of the Internet of Things from a perspective of the market progression. It highlights the reasons why the focus has previously been on IoT-enabled products, and why it will begin a definitive shift towards a focus on IoT-enabled organizations. As this shift occurs, the greatest value of IoT will increasingly come from leveraging the data for the myriad of IoT systems throughout the enterprise. 

Description
The Future of IoT is written for executives and senior managers of both enterprise organizations and technology companies alike to better understand the progression of the Internet of Things; how and why the data from these systems is becoming the most important element of the equation, how to best leverage the data, and the opportunities that lie ahead for those who get it right. It guides the reader through how IoT has evolved from simple closed-loop alerting systems to ecosystems where the carefully orchestrated artifacts of the mountains of IoT data can drive insight and action previously unattainable. For leaders in any organization impacted by the Internet of Things, which is virtually any organization on Earth, this book provides clear insight into how to bolster their effectiveness and likely, their career and personal gratification. The book looks at the underpinnings of the technology world leading up to the Internet of Things, including advances in computing, storage, communications, and sensor technology, as well as the emergence of big data. It then examines certain considerations and impediments to IoT. The central thesis, developed fully in part three, looks at the importance of architecture and data primacy as a key element in leveraging the utility value of IoT data. Last, part four looks at some of the opportunities ahead for those who act to capitalize on these ideas. We worked together to write this book because we really believe that the Internet of Things, if leveraged effectively, not only will impact the bottom line of countless companies, but that it will truly change life on earth as we know it, both for those seeking economic advantages, and for those who, knowingly or not, will simply be able to live life better because of the Internet of Things.
About the author
Don DeLoach is an entrepreneur, author, and board member, and a leading industry evangelist for the Internet of Things. Don is Co-Chair of the Midwest IoT Council, and has been on the Board of the Illinois Technology Association for over 10 years. Don has served as President and CEO of Youcentric (acquired by JD Edwards), Aleri (acquired by Sybase) and Infobright (acquired by Ignite Technologies).   He also served as an outsider director for Broadbeam and was Chairman of the Board of AproposDon is a frequent author and speaker about technology, especially the Internet of Things and is a contributing editor to several publications. He is an Industrial Engineering  graduate of Ga. Tech, an enthusiastic cyclist, and lives in the Chicago area with his wife and the youngest of their seven children.

Emil Berthelsen is a Principal Analyst at Machina Research, leading the Enterprise IoT stream, and focuses on Big Data, data analytics, M2M and IoT Platforms and SLAs. Emil worked at previously at Analysis Mason, KPMG Consulting, BT Consulting, and Alexander Proudfoot plc, building more than two decades of experience in management, strategic and research consulting. Emil has chaired, presented and led panel discussions at M2M, IoT and Big Data conferences in Europe, Asia, Africa and the US, and contributes regularly to articles on these topics in industry journals, online news portals and blog services. More recently, Emil has started to research and speak on the changes from M2M to IoT, and the impact this has on data analytics, platforms and SLAs for enterprises. Emil holds an MPhil in International Relations from Cambridge University.

Wael Elrifai is an avid technologist and management strategist, bridging the divide between IT and business as Pentaho's EMEA Director of Enterprise Solutions. He's been working in high performance computing, machine learning, the broader artificial intelligence field and the "Big Data" ecosystem for the past decade. Wael has served corporate and government clients in North America, Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia across a number of industry verticals and has presented at conferences worldwide. With graduate degrees in both electrical engineering and economics he’s a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, the Special Interest Group for Artificial Intelligence, the Royal Economic Society, and Chatham House.


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