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An Introduction to IoT App Stores

The traditional approach to monolithic software flashing of devices at the manufacturing stage is not sustainable in the IoT era. Organisations need to take a more long term and future proofed view. In this webinar, learn how the use of an IoT app store can create a customised software portfolio for devices to address security concerns, whilst also supporting the addition of new features and the reduction of support times. The webinar will also cover the different types of stores available, how software updates can be managed in a scheduled manner and permissions set for different users.
Recorded Feb 13 2019 48 mins
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