We are hosting a webinar to talk about how the Internet of Things might have its challenges, but these open up your business for new opportunities.
The Internet of Things empowers organizations to gather, analyze, and employ information in ways previously unattainable. But this newfound capability is not without its challenges:
- Overwhelming Size — IoT generates tremendous volume and velocity of information, easily swamping most homegrown data collection systems
- Security Worries — The proliferation of sensors and devices in our homes and workplaces makes IoT a juicy target for nefarious entities
- Death by Data — Organizations often find it difficult to sift through IoT data to find actionable insights in a way that is both scalable and forward-looking
Join us on April 29, as we discuss how these challenges also present opportunities.
With mindful design and implementation, your IoT investment can not only overcome, but thrive.
In this presentation, we will discuss:
- Architecting for Scale — With smart design, your IoT platform can shrink and grow based on need, saving you money in the process
- Empowered Customers — Securing your system requires thinking about both the bad guys (hackers) and the good guys (your customers). Your system can be secure while still giving your users flexibility in access and privacy
- Intelligent Data — Machine learning thrives on information, making it a natural pairing for voluminous IoT data. Machine learning pushes IoT to transition from reactive to predictive analytics, forecasting future outcomes and cutting through the fog of data.
About the Speakers
Carmen Fontana leads Centric Consulting’s Modern Software Delivery practice, focusing on Cloud and Emerging Tech. With more than twenty years of experience, her zen is when innovation meets data-driven decision making.
She has a Bachelor’s in Systems and Control Engineering and a Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering from Case Western Reserve University. She is an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner and has also completed the Microsoft Professional Program in both Artificial Intelligence and Data Science.
Carmen is a member of the Rutgers University Design Thinking Advisory Council, and shares industry insights as an IEEE Impact Creator. She is also a cancer survivor, soccer mom, and Donut Mile champion.
Chris Martinez is a Computer Scientist, Principal Consultant, and Technology Evangelist at Centric Consulting. Chris holds several patents in Mobile Apps and Biometrics, and he speaks about innovation and technology at local and national conferences. He has worked in several industries, including Biomedical Engineering, Desktop Software Applications, Biometrics, Computer Security, Mobility, and, most recently, Cloud.
Outside of work, he is an avid surfer, runner, and all-around outdoorsman. Blending technology with these outdoor pursuits has been a constant motivation for him.