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Panel: Driving Business Opportunities with IoT at the Edge

Today, 90% of all data is created and processed inside traditional centralized data centers or clouds. However, according to Gartner, by 2025, 75% of data is going to be processed at the Edge.

With such a massive shift, what business opportunities will IoT at the Edge bring? Join this panel where experts explore the impact of IoT and Edge - including challenges as well as opportunities - in:

- Smart cities
- Retail
- Manufacturing
- Healthcare

Panel:
Jeanne Morain, Founder, iSpeak Cloud (moderator)
Steve Smith, CRO, CoreSite
Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
Karthikeyan Gunasekar, Category Lead EMEA, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
Recorded May 19 2020 49 mins
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    Steve Brumer (BH IoT Group), Charlie Key (Losant), James Brehm (James Brehm & Associates) & Francois Ozog (Linaro Limited)
    It’s estimated that by 2025, there will be more than 75.4 billion connected devices. But what industries will these connected devices be revolutionizing, and what business efficiencies do IoT experts predict will be at the forefront of IoT in the next five years?

    Join this panel moderated by Steve Brumer, partner at BH IoT Group, where leading IoT experts share insights and predictions about the future of the connected economy.

    Points of discussion will include:

    - What the future of regulation and quality control holds for IoT
    - What must IoT connectivity providers consider for the coming explosion of devices?
    - How will customer expectations around IoT evolve and what should be top of mind for businesses entering the space?

    Speakers:
    Steve Brumer, Partner, BH IoT Group (Moderator)
    Charlie Key, Co-Founder & CEO, Losant
    James Brehm, CEO & Chief Strategist, James Brehm & Associates
    Francois Ozog, Director • Segments and Strategic Initiatives|LEDGE, Linaro Limited
  • How Can IoT Catalyze Digital Transformation? Recorded: Aug 12 2020 61 mins
    Simona Rollinson (ISACA), Ken Hosac (Cradlepoint), Simon Reynolds (Aruba Networks) & Joe Cannella (Tempel Steel)
    IoT has been credited by Gartner as the critical technology that must be fully embraced in order to drive Digital Transformation effectively: ‘CTOs and CIOs must take advantage of the predicted 5.8 billion enterprise and automotive IoT endpoints that will be in use in 2020 to accelerate digital transformation’ states Information Age.

    So how best can CTOs and CIOs use IoT to drive significant change in their businesses? Join this panel where IoT experts discuss:

    - How the C-Suite can use the IoT resources at their disposal to arm themselves against the threat from disruptors
    - The need for the office of the CTO and CIO to develop policies and architectures that secure and support data ownership and integration into existing business applications
    - How DX through IoT can provide you with new ways to serve existing and new customers in the new customer-centric landscape

    Speakers:
    Simona Rollinson, Chief Technology Officer, ISACA (Moderator)
    Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
    Simon Reynolds, Systems Engineer, Aruba Networks
    Joe Cannella, CIO, Tempel Steel
  • eSIM: new opportunities in digital cellular data Recorded: Jul 16 2020 45 mins
    Ahmad “Al” Fares, CEO, www.celitech.com
    Introduced in different smart devices, eSIM is enabling new ways of digital-only provisioning of a wide variety of mobile services.

    Join this talk covering:

    - An introduction to eSIM
    - eSIM current & forecasted adoption
    - How eSIM can help businesses expand online
    - Use cases of eSIM cellular data
  • Fast, Secure, Scalable: Why IoT Needs Automation to Succeed Recorded: Jun 9 2020 57 mins
    Johna Till Johnson, CEO and Founder, Nemertes Research; Russell Rice, VP Product Strategy at Ordr
    IoT initiatives are exploding. Nemertes has found that companies with successful IoT initiatives are increasing both the number of projects and the device count, with growth that ranges up to 100%+ year over year.

    Scaling these initiatives requires scaling not only the IoT solutions, but also the infrastructure and cybersecurity environments in which they operate. As enterprise technologists begin to apply next-generation cybersecurity approaches like zero-trust, they need to think seriously about how to automate the control and management of their cybersecurity and infrastructure.

    The answer? Automation. Successful organizations are more likely to automate earlier, more aggressively, and more comprehensively—with dramatic improvements in performance, security, and reliability.

    Find out why automation is critical to securing, managing, and scaling IoT—and what best practices can help ensure success in implementing it.
  • Panel: IoT Technologies Driving Digital Transformation Recorded: May 21 2020 61 mins
    Jo Peterson, Clarify360 | Tyler Cohen Wood, myConnectedHealth | Dr. Nimi Abili, Greater Offshore | Mark Thiele, Edgevana
    SecurityToday reports that we’ll see 31 billion IoT devices installed during 2020 and that number will rise to 75 billion worldwide by 2025

    Data from Forrester indicates a significant uptick in enterprises either implementing or expanding their IoT deployments. It’s estimated that 63 percent of enterprises either have IoT projects in their current work streams or are at least planning for those future work streams now.

    The sheer number of devices are staggering. The devices are really just an indicator of all of the IT projects that sit behind them. The devices also serve as a guidepost to treasure troves of data being captured.

    The fact is that IoT is not just one technology but a series of technologies. Actionable data from this series of technologies is the real game changer. It’s this actionable data which will help to drive organizational digital transformation.

    During this panel discussion, we’ll explore:
    - The part IoT plays in a Digital Transformation Strategy
    - 4 Ways IoT is Driving Digital Transformation
    - Addressing Security and Privacy Concerns Associated with the Data

    Panel:
    Jo Peterson, Vice President, Cloud & Security Services, Clarify360 (moderator)
    Tyler Cohen Wood, Founder / CEO, myConnectedHealth
    Dr. Nimi Abili, Executive Director | Consultant, Greater Offshore
    Mark Thiele, CEO and Founder, Edgevana
  • Uncover strategies related to IoT at the Edge for Industry 4.0 and role of 5G Recorded: May 21 2020 51 mins
    Ian Ginn, Jürgen Hase, Magnus Melander, Vinay Dhar
    5G is the first mobile technology which promises wireless connectivity with guaranteed QoS with very low latency. Is this a break through for industry and is full automation and robotics the future? What is real, where are we know and what does the future hold?

    Join this panel discussion with industry experts to learn:

    Is 5G and edge computing a game changer for Industrial?
    To what extent is 5G and edge computing a game changer for industry?
    Where are we on the hype versus reality curve? (Push from Telecom versus Pull from Industry)
    What is the driver towards the adoption and what are the benefits and trade-offs?
    What industries are already using this technology combination?
    What do we see as the next steps in the future and how long will it take to get there?

    Ian Ginn, Founder/Director, IFG Consulting (moderator)
    Jürgen Hase, CEO of UNLIMITED, Reliance Group
    Magnus Melander, Evangelist, founder bridging gap between Industry and Mobile
    Vinay Dhar, SVP Emerging Business Mavenir, Digital transformation, Industry 4.0
  • Panel: Driving Enterprise Digital Transformation with IIoT Recorded: May 20 2020 48 mins
    Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group | Adrian Comley, BT | Robin Smith, Gospel Technology | Moritz Mann, Open Systems
    IoT is creating unprecedented value for businesses. From greater operational efficiencies to personalized customer engagement and cost reductions, the benefits of integrating IoT into business models are significant.

    As the frontier of IoT reaches industrial applications, join our panelists as they discuss how IIoT is being enabled and what it means for new business models across different industries.

    Moderator:
    Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group

    Panelists:
    Adrian Comley, General Manager Dynamic Network Services, BT
    Robin Smith, Pre‑Sales Consultant, Gospel Technology
    Moritz Mann, Head of Product Management, Open Systems
  • IoT Potpourri Recorded: May 19 2020 26 mins
    Jessica Vann
    Potpourri is defined as a mixture of things especially of a musical or literary medley. This presentation will utilize an adaptation of the Pecha Kucha format of pop culture imagery to evoke a thought based discussion on

    The Internet of Things (IoT) which is ultimately about connecting the unconnected in whatever interpretation that is meaningful to you or your business.

    Key takeaways:
    - In the Internet of things (IoT) I have found the following to be the most useful in connecting the unconnected in a way that is meaningful for you and your business.
    - Interpretation of Terminology (IoT)
    - Innovation of Technology (IoT)
    - Impact of Territories (IoT)
    - Imagination of Travelers (IoT)
    - I’m on a Team (IoT)
    - Implementation of Transformation (IoT)

    -Importance of Thank you (IoT)
  • Panel: Driving Business Opportunities with IoT at the Edge Recorded: May 19 2020 49 mins
    Jeanne Morain, iSpeak | Steve Smith, CoreSite | Ken Hosac, Cradlepoint | Karthikeyan Gunasekar, Aruba
    Today, 90% of all data is created and processed inside traditional centralized data centers or clouds. However, according to Gartner, by 2025, 75% of data is going to be processed at the Edge.

    With such a massive shift, what business opportunities will IoT at the Edge bring? Join this panel where experts explore the impact of IoT and Edge - including challenges as well as opportunities - in:

    - Smart cities
    - Retail
    - Manufacturing
    - Healthcare

    Panel:
    Jeanne Morain, Founder, iSpeak Cloud (moderator)
    Steve Smith, CRO, CoreSite
    Ken Hosac, VP of IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
    Karthikeyan Gunasekar, Category Lead EMEA, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
  • Overnight Digital Transformation: A Guide to a Successful Remote Workplace Recorded: May 19 2020 46 mins
    Navya Dwarakanath, Solutions Engineer, Catchpoint
    The ultimate digital transformation are the ones that happen when your hand is forced. Going from corporate IT to digital workplace IT in the span of a few days is hopefully a once in a lifetime occurrence. Corporate IT teams have equipped most employees, if not all, with the necessary resources for working remotely for the foreseeable future. Several weeks ago, Catchpoint underwent a stress test to determine what impact working from home would have across the organization. Needless to say this teachable moment provided valuable lessons.

    Navya Dwarakanath, Senior Solution Engineer at Catchpoint, dives into the data to share insights on ways organizations can optimize the digital experiences of remote employees with proactive SaaS monitoring.
  • Panel: The Road to 5G for Industry 4.0 Recorded: May 19 2020 60 mins
    Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group | Adrian Comley, BT | Ricky Watts, Wind River | Ken Hosac, Cradlepoint
    5G is driving the future of the Internet of Things, and it’s time for industrial firms to start planning the next step in their Industry 4.0 journey. With investment in the back-end infrastructure - required for edge computing and mobile cloud - not taking place until down the line, how do organizations confidently plan for and navigate how 5G will transform their businesses?

    Join this live panel discussion as experts share:
    - The sorts of preparations industries should be making for 5G
    - What their expectations and requirements should be
    - How to manage Big Data Analytics in 5G

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    Steve Brumer, Partner, BH IoT Group (moderator)
    Adrian Comley, General Manager, Dynamic Network Services, BT
    Ricky Watts, Vice President, Industrial Solutions, Wind River
    Ken Hosac, VP of IOT Strategy, Cradlepoint
  • The Influence of IoT on Data Strategy Recorded: May 14 2020 61 mins
    Glyn Bowden, HPE, Eric Hibbard, Co-Chair, ABA, IoT Committee; Alex McDonald, NetApp
    More and more we are seeing compute and inference move to the edge. This is driven by the growth in capability to not only generate data from sensors, devices and by people operating in the field, but also by the interaction between those devices.

    This new source of data and information brings with it unique challenges to the way we store and transmit data as well as the way we need to curate it. In this webcast we will look at:
    •New patterns generated by the explosion of the Internet of Things
    •How IoT is impacting storage and data strategies
    •Security and privacy issues and considerations
    •How to think about the lifecycle of our information in this new environment

    After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog: https://bit.ly/2XUvFIp
  • 5G IoT Edge Design Considerations Recorded: Sep 26 2019 26 mins
    Alice Law, CTO, AdvanChip Corporation
    5G promises to provide super-connectivity, ultra-wideband, low latency, and reliable communication. The IoT edge is where the action is: data analysis and decision-making will have to localize moving from the cloud to the edge; edge devices including but not limited intelligent sensors, actuators, processors, communication devices, etc.

    There are significant challenges in designing new IoT edges to meet 5G requirements:
    - What are these challenges?
    - How will we solve these real and hard problems for 5G to live up to its promise under an affordable budget?
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    Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group | Adrian Comley, BT | Ricky Watts, Wind River | Ken Hosac, Cradlepoint
    5G is driving the future of the Internet of Things, and it’s time for industrial firms to start planning the next step in their Industry 4.0 journey. With investment in the back-end infrastructure - required for edge computing and mobile cloud - not taking place until down the line, how do organizations confidently plan for and navigate how 5G will transform their businesses?

    Join this live panel discussion as experts share:
    - The sorts of preparations industries should be making for 5G
    - What their expectations and requirements should be
    - How to manage Big Data Analytics in 5G

    Speakers:
    Steve Brumer, Partner, BH IoT Group (moderator)
    Adrian Comley, General Manager, Dynamic Network Services, BT
    Ricky Watts, Vice President, Industrial Solutions, Wind River
    Ken Hosac, VP of IOT Strategy, Cradlepoint
  • IoT Oracles: From Delphi to Diamonds Recorded: Sep 26 2019 47 mins
    Kate Baucherel, Writer, Speaker, Digital Strategist
    The Internet of Things allows us to capture data from an ever-expanding ecosystem of connected devices. This data adds value to business and streamlines consumer experience. Its expansion and adoption has been constrained by two things - the speed and availability of data connectivity, and technical limitations on participation and the security of the captured data. The Internet of Things can start to realise its true potential through advances in connectivity (notably the roll-out of 5G networks) and the explosion of development in blockchain technology.

    The key takeaways from this webinar are to:
    - Understand the evolution of blockchain development from Bitcoin to business applications;
    - Examine the specific advantages of combining blockchain and IoT technologies;
    - Decide when you might use a blockchain in your business.

    About the presenter:
    Kate Baucherel BA(Hons) FCMA CGMA is a digital strategist specialising in emerging tech, particularly blockchain and distributed ledger technology. She was recently appointed COO of City Web Consultants, working on the application of blockchain, AR/VR, machine learning, and AI for blue chip clients in the UK and overseas. Kate’s first job was with an IBM business partner in Denver back when the AS/400 was a really cool piece of hardware and the World Wide Web didn’t exist. She has held senior technical and financial roles in businesses across multiple sectors, and is a published author of non-fiction and sci-fi.
  • Kubernetes in the Cloud (Part 3): Stateful Workloads Recorded: Aug 20 2019 58 mins
    Ingo Fuchs, NetApp; Paul Burt, NetApp, Mike Jochimsen, Kaminario
    Kubernetes is great for running stateless workloads, like web servers. It’ll run health checks, restart containers when they crash, and do all sorts of other wonderful things. So, what about stateful workloads?

    This webcast will take a look at when it’s appropriate to run a stateful workload in cluster, or out. We’ll discuss the best options for running a workload like a database on the cloud, or in the cluster, and what’s needed to set that up.

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    •Running a database on a VM and connecting it to Kubernetes as a service
    •Running a database in Kubernetes using a `stateful set`
    •Running a database in Kubernetes using an Operator
    •Running a database on a cloud managed service

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  • Smart IoT at the Edge Recorded: Jun 6 2019 50 mins
    Aaron Allsbrook, ClearBlade | Ajay Kulkarni, Timescale | Dinesh Chandrasekhar, Cloudera | Stephen Goldberg, HarperDB
    Edge computing is changing the network, and thus the way we manage data and communications from and between our IoT devices. From smart cities and connected cars, to manufacturing and infrastructure, these technologies are forever shifting the IT landscape.

    Join this live panel discussion from IoT world in Santa Clara to discuss the future of smart IoT at the edge, including:

    - The value driven from edge computing in both consumer and IIoT
    - Best practices for storing, managing and analyzing data from smart cities, autonomous vehicles and more
    - How edge computing aids in securing IoT devices and networks

    Moderator:
    Aaron Allsbrook, CTO, ClearBlade

    Panelists:
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    Dinesh Chandrasekhar, Director of Product Marketing and IoT Strategist, Cloudera
    Stephen Goldberg, CEO, HarperDB
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    Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group | Adrian Comley, BT | Robin Smith, Gospel Technology | Moritz Mann, Open Systems
    IoT is creating unprecedented value for businesses. From greater operational efficiencies to personalized customer engagement and cost reductions, the benefits of integrating IoT into business models are significant.

    As the frontier of IoT reaches industrial applications, join our panelists as they discuss how IIoT is being enabled and what it means for new business models across different industries.

    Moderator:
    Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group

    Panelists:
    Adrian Comley, General Manager Dynamic Network Services, BT
    Robin Smith, Pre‑Sales Consultant, Gospel Technology
    Moritz Mann, Head of Product Management, Open Systems
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