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Posts from Date:   2018-1

On-prem/Private IoT Platform Gotchas

by Erik T. Heidt  |  January 11, 2018

During 2017 I had a number of conversations with clients about where the computational power for their IoT projects would be located. In my webinar “IoT Target Architecture: Your Strategy’s Linchpin” I discussed how to identify the functional requirements that drive compute toward the Edge (or away from it), those being: Data stream filtering (reducing how […]

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IoT Lab | Maker Safety, Part 2

by Erik T. Heidt  |  January 8, 2018

Part 1 focused on understanding that risk is different in the workplace than it is in the enthusiast or hobby world, and tried to explore resources for understanding and addressing that gap. Here in part 2, I want to identify some of the safety measures I use. Note, as with all Gartner blogs these are […]

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IoT Lab | Maker Safety, Part 1

by Erik T. Heidt  |  January 1, 2018

While there are more glamorous subjects than safety, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. The goal of this IoT Lab subseries on Safety is to provide tips that lead to a few ounces of prevention, keeping us safe while we innovate. Please keep in mind that no treatment of IoT prototype […]

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