620 words, 2.3 minutes read. By Gerard Blokdyk

Internet of Things 1 big thing: Secure that your team investigates, evaluates results, maintains appropriate documentation, and reports findings.

The big picture: Envision and develop end-to-end Edge solution architecture for IoT based business solutions spanning devices, gateways, connectivity and security layers, addressing functional and non-functional aspects.

Why it matters: Make sure the Cloud Business Office (CBO) acts as the center of excellence in support of helping the business units quickly realize the benefits of the cloud.

Meanwhile: Define the end to end product involvement workflows, for end users in Mobile App, ISP (internal) customers in Network Dashboards, and SaaS API for growing use cases.

On the flip side: Guarantee your design is responsible for all application interfaces and reporting, and performing medium fixes and data maintenance activities through standard tools and processes.

Under the hood: Work with Product and Engineering teams, architect and implement end-to-end Data pipelines accounting for the variability in data sources and collection policies for cloud and edge, transformations for better feature extraction, and serving infrastructure.


 


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How it works: Make sure your workforce coordinates with business, development, and testing teams and leverages relevant process and technology proficiency to propose optimal solution(s) options delivering required business capabilities.

Be smart: Stay abreast of and communicate pricing and supply forces in the marketplace, evaluate impact on short term and long term planning, notify and escalate using fact and risk based assessments.

State of play: Ensure your mission is to make reliable data available and enable value creation by the data community of engineers, analysts and decision makers.

Yes, but: Act as a member of the legal team assisting in the development and execution of strategies and tactics that enable the businesses to achieve their objectives and supporting complex commercial and other strategic transactions in furtherance of those objectives.

Go deeper: Liaison so that your operation is diving deep in the details, as well as identifying big picture trends and recommendations based on the data.

The backdrop: Provide program management leadership by working with product managers and engineering teams as well as cross functional teams to create and manage full IoT software portfolio.

The bottom line: Warrant that your staff helps standardize and support manufacturing operations in regard to IoT products and security (including setup, programming/provisioning, data collection and auditing procedures).

What’s next: Perform first level of review of quotes and project plans, by comparing applicable options and providing proactive input regarding the appropriate approach to achieving required quality for the specific client/project.

ICYMI: Check that your organization manages and contains information security incidents and events to protect critical assets, intellectual property, related data, and your organizations reputation.


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