Head of Data Sciences and Advanced Analytics
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the concept of basically connecting any device with an on & off switch to the Internet - and/or to each other. The IoT is gaining mainstream popularity in our personal and business worlds as the number of connected devices grows and the amount of machine-to-machine communication increase.
It’s being adopted by many industries across numerous verticals and can include, for example, wearable devices, mobile devices, industrial equipment, intelligent businesses, and even smart homes. However, how can your back office operations utilize such technologies now and into the near future, whereas doing so is a value-add for the business – and most especially, what are the technological requirements, obstacles, and benefits associated with such.
Certainly no one likes to dwell on any type of business or life worse case scenario. However, it’s a must, especially in the IA space as it relates to your organization’s data protection, IT infrastructure, business processes that are run throw and are dependent on IA technologies, and much more. With so much at stake, it’s absolutely necessary to have a IA contingency emergency go-bag easily available and your IA technical 911 systems ready to rock n’ roll should an unforeseen IA tech emergency comes your way.