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Turning hype into business value
As you plan Io T, be careful of traps.
You want good business value, and
you need to deploy your Io T with
technologies that can scale. Avoid
creating new Io T data islands but stay
agile. Agility will allow your organization
to continually adopt new technology
and adapt to business changes with
minimal new investment.
Small Io T projects conducted in
individual research labs can result in
quick wins. However, to gain full value
and meet IT security requirements, you
need institutional support.
The first step for an organization
planning to adopt Io T is to start an Io T
Center of Excellence (CoE). The CoE
should be comprised of IT professionals
with a background in Io T technology,
architecture and security.
The CoE must also include
stakeholders from all areas of the
business. A CoE that does not
include and engage stakeholders will
almost certainly not be successful. In
research labs, stakeholders include lab
technicians and scientists as well as
line-of-business managers and analysts
in the finance department.
The CoE should review and approve
proof of concept (PoC) projects, develop
KPIs, evaluate the success of PoCs and
monitor ongoing Io T deployments.
As an Io T project rolls out, it is
crucial that the CoE focus on business
value and not on the technology. An
organization needs to be ready to
abandon any Io T project at key stages
if KPIs cannot be developed or met,
the PoC fails or business targets are
Internet of Things platform
A collection of Io T enabled devices
can quickly turn into a collection of
Illustration of a centralized things platform.
Io T planning loop with project exit points.