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Schneider has seen the IoT light and they are following it at scale. Step 1, make all products connected. Step 2, develop a platform, in this case, for the energy management and automation vertical. Step 3, create more customer value by moving from products to products and services to ultimately driving customer results. In this episode of the IoT Business Show, I speak with Prith Banerjee about the IoT playbook to be followed by all leading-edge enterprises, big and small.


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The smart home or connected home makes life good. Comfortable. Reminiscent of the Jetson’s in many ways. But business models aside, today’s big question, at least for me, is if it really is a DIY (do it yourself) market as it’s currently being betrayed. Not so easy to install. Not so easy to repair, so is it better to be handled by the professionals (installers, integrators, service providers)? You can paint your house but do you want to when professionals can be hired?


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If your company is collecting data, and every IoT company collects data, it needs a formal “Information SecurityProgram”. We’ve talked risk assessment in the past, that is the process of assigning liability to each potential security breach, but that’s only part of the program. In this episode of the IoT business Show, I speak with John Ansbach about the rest of the“Information Security Program”, impending regulation and privacy concerns.


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The business counterpart to IoT security risk, loosely defined as probability times liability. The current narrative around liability is centered on privacy but it turns out that laws, regulations, and cybersecurity, in general, are some of the other elements in the IoT liability matrix. In this episode of the IoT Business Show, I speak with Mark Radcliffe about the current IoT legal framework and the potential liabilities to address early on in the IoT product development cycle.


Read the rest of the show analysis notes at: http://bit.ly/IoTpodcast42notes


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