There’s a lot of buzz around Internet of Things (IoT), but how can you effectively leverage this data? The chapters of this guide will deepen your understanding of what IoT is and practical applications of IoT Analytics. You’ll also learn the impact and value businesses across industry segments are gaining from IoT Analytics. This guide serves as a starting point to get your wheels turning on how your company could leverage IoT Analytics to address your most pressing business challenges.
Defining the Internet of Things (IoT) isn’t easy. If you were to ask around, you’d get a variety of answers depending on who you asked.
But a good place to start is understanding the context or frame of reference in which the Internet of Things is being discussed.
I have a great guide from SAS that includes 101 common terms related to IoT. It’s not an exhaustive list of terms. It’s more of a quick go-to resource for technically savvy data professionals who want to get a handle on the IoT ecosystem.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is fast becoming a fixture in numerous industries. The technologies for transformative business applications are at hand.
So how do you get value from IoT data?
With IoT’s potential to address many of today’s most common business challenges, it’s really just a question of where to get started. I’ve got a great white paper covering the impact and use cases of IoT Analytics across industries that I thought you’d be interested in.
This white paper will deepen your understanding of what IoT is and practical applications of IoT Analytics. I hope it gets your wheels turning on how your company could leverage IoT Analytics to address your most pressing business challenges.
There are few technology areas in recent decades that have been so anticipated – and the market potential so wildly extrapolated – than the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT “revolution” has been emerging and evolving for more than a decade, and some companies have much more experience than others.
SAS and the Internet of Things Institute partnered in 2017 to develop the Internet of Things ROI Research Study. The goal was to gather real-world insights, lessons learned, and future guidance” from current users of IoT technology.
I thought you might be interested in a white paper summarizing their findings. The white paper outlines:
The Internet of Things (IoT) presents numerous opportunities and benefits for businesses like yours. The downside is that the IT and OT infrastructure needed to support the connectivity and diverse communications of your IoT initiatives also increases complexity and the potential attack surface.
IoT adds new and unforeseen vulnerabilities, making data and analytics harder to secure.
With SAS®, you can fully harness the power of IoT and drive innovation in a way that is safe and secure for you and your customers. I’ve got a great paper explaining security requirements for IoT solutions and how SAS® secures the areas of IoT solutions that it touches.