Top 10 IoT skills

Top 10 IoT skills

IoT device challenges
The Internet of Things (IoT) is more than internet enabled sensors and analytics.

The top 10 IoT skills in demand are:

  1. Machine Learning algorithms that build the AI of IoT Devices
  2. AutoCAD software to allow IoT devices to make late-stage design changes quickly with minimal cost and time delays
  3. Node management via the server to manage the connected devices
  4. Security Infrastructure since everything is connected with these multiple endpoints
  5. Security engineering to design in security and block intrusions and break-ins
  6. Big Data to aggregate the data captured in both collection and analysis
  7. GPS connectivity and analysis
  8. Electrical Engineering to improve and support on-going device availability and radio frequency connectivity
  9. Circuit design to adjust for new requirements
  10. Microcontroller programming to add logic and intelligence to the devices

Best Articles of 2014 – CIO Challenges addressed

Top 10 Best Articles of 2014

Best Articles of 2014 – Janco in a review of the best articles and top 10 lists of this year, Janco highlights the role of the CIO and the challenges that the CIO faces.  Include in this years winners are:

Best articles of 2014

  1. A CIO’s guide to IT portfolio management
  2. Top 10 Manager Best Practices
  3. Top 10 Challenges faced by IT Project Managers
  4. Ten Best Practices to Hire and Retain World Class Creative IT Professionals
  5. Top 10 CIO Staffing Issues
  6. What does it take to become a CIO or CTO of a Fortune 100 company?
  7. ID Badges Challenge for CIOs
  8. Mobile Application Must Haves for the CIO
  9. Top 10 Interview Best Practices
  10. Internet of Things (IoT) Challenges

IoT Challenges for CIOs

Internet of Things (IoT) Challenges for CIOs

The Internet of Things (IoT) is more than internet enabled sensors and analytics. Now the question is what happens once these tools are a part of products sold and used by the general public. The implications are, potentially, huge.

Internet of Things (IoT) ChallengesSecurity, privacy and inter-device compatibility are issues that CIOs are concerned about. There is a very good chance that the device can be remotely controlled, monitored, updated and maintained using remote management tools, sensors and predictive analytics that continually collect device data that can identify problems before they happen.

n a recent study that Janco conducted findings showed that over 2/3rds of the concerns that CIOs, CFOs, and CEOs were concerned about data security, information privacy and compliance requirements.   That on top of the potential for liability when IoTs are out in the public environment and they fail is a major issue that needs to be addressed. Granted most of these devices are not critical in life or death situations.  However, there can be property loss when a device fails, does not have the current BIOS or software, or is used in an inappropriate manner. In addition the implications on data storage in order to meet the mandated records management requirements have not been understood to their fullest.

The importance of having good policies in place can not be stressed enough.  Everything from data privacy to change control needs to be considered as IoT becomes the next wave of innovation.

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