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freehe
freehe
7/31/2016 12:00:18 PM
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Re: Security
afwriter, LOL! That is a good solution. That's what most of the main federal government agencies do.

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DHagar
DHagar
7/13/2016 5:43:21 PM
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Re: IOT Strategy
@clrmoney, those are key elements.  And if you have top management that buys in and supports that strategy, it will be even more successful.  I firmly believe it won't just evolve, but needs to have a clear focus, design, and operational support, to make it real.

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clrmoney
clrmoney
7/13/2016 11:20:08 AM
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IOT Strategy
There are many ways to come up with IOT=Internet of Things strategy by building a team and marketing adverting promoting SEO etc. to make it successful.

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DHagar
DHagar
7/12/2016 9:21:15 PM
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Re: Security
@afwriter, good points.  That is a great analogy.

This is an excellent article in that it makes your points about being not a single design, but engineered applications of technology that come together to serve a purpose or solve a problem.  It truly becomes a system.

The points also about requiring new skills is key to the success of deploying IoT.

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afwriter
afwriter
7/12/2016 4:48:18 PM
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Security
I kind of see IoT security like I see mobile security; its never going to be truly secure.  The amount of security you need is also going to be different between a city light system and a home entertainment system.  I think that many companies just need to take the plunge and then pay hackers to find the flaws in their systems. 

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afwriter
afwriter
7/12/2016 4:46:16 PM
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Re: Poll: People and the IoT
I would say that some progress is being made but there are signifigant gaps.  Companies really need to ramp up because IoT is the future whether they like it or not. 

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Ariella
Ariella
7/12/2016 4:11:06 PM
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Re: people
I see, so that would be the people working within the company who can gain value from it. Thanks for clarifying. 

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cweinsch@optonline.net
cweinsch@optonline.net
7/12/2016 3:53:10 PM
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Poll: People and the IoT
Which of the choices below best reflects your opinion on this question:

 

Are telecom companies doing enough to create an IoT strategy?

--Yes, no problem.

--No, the IoT will hit us like a freight train.

--Some progress is being made, but there are significant gaps.

--Things are not quite there yet, but are pointing in the right direction.

 

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cweinsch@optonline.net
cweinsch@optonline.net
7/12/2016 3:49:39 PM
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Re: people
Hi Ariella. He meant not enough attention to creating the human infrastructure to handle the IoT.

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Ariella
Ariella
7/12/2016 3:42:24 PM
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people
< [But] I haven't seen enough in media say that there is enough attention to the people side of things."> In this case, does people mean the end user or other people involved in the business?

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