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IoT devices for the enterprise: The key roles of design, testing and security
IoT devices aimed at the enterprise space serve a wide variety of purposes and must designed, tested and deployed in ways that address the unique needs of businesses.

Unlike large-scale, consumer-oriented IoT offerings, enterprise IoT devices must be differentiated to serve specific industry needs as well as provide enterprise-grade availability, security and reliability -- but still maintain relatively low cost.

As businesses seek to gain new insights and efficiencies by leveraging the internet of things, RCR Wireless News looks at what enterprises need to know to make the IoT work for them.

Kelly Hill, Editor, RCR Wireless News
Ken Hosac, VP, IoT Strategy & Business Development, Cradlepoint
Mike Eftimakis, IoT Product Manager, Arm

Feb 7, 2018 1:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Kelly Hill
Editor @RCR Wireless News
Ken Hosac
Vice President, IoT Strategy & Business Development @Cradlepoint
At Cradlepoint, Ken is responsible for defining the company’s IoT strategy and for driving strategic industry partnerships to accelerate the company’s market growth and leadership. As part of the leadership team since 2009, Ken has helped drive Cradlepoint’s growth and development through roles in strategic planning, product management, solution strategy and thought leadership.
Mike Eftimakis
IoT Product Manager @Arm
Mike Eftimakis has held many different roles in engineering and in business. His active participation in the early design of Bluetooth & WiFi IP, and in definition of consumer electronics and remote monitoring systems, are key to his involvement in IoT. This broad background gives him a deep understanding of the issues faced at different stages of a product life cycle.