Collecting and analyzing data from the Internet of Things is different from doing it in mobile and web enterprise systems – because the data isn’t located in resource-rich data centers. Instead, it’s out there in the real world.
Find out how to address the challenges of IoT data analytics – and get the most possible value from your IoT data – with an overview from experts at Qlik and Forrester Research. Learn what kind of data you could be collecting, the best ways to manage and analyze it, and pitfalls you should avoid.
Together with Qlik experts, guest speaker Forrester VP and Principal Analyst Frank Gillett will provide an action-oriented overview of the IoT environment, including:
About our Speakers: Frank E. Gillett, Forrester Vice President, Principal Analyst Serving CIOs Frank serves CIOs, plus their teams and tech industry suppliers, by predicting the disruption and business impact of the Internet of Things, connected home, connected car, and the landscape of emerging technologies. Working from Forrester's Cambridge, Massachusetts headquarters, he investigates emerging trends and technologies — and their adoption by pioneering customers — to predict the impact on businesses, employees, and consumers across the globe.
Paul Winsor, EMEA Director Industry Solutions, Retail & Consumer Products, Qlik Paul joined Qlik in 2014 as the Director of Industry Solutions for the EMEA region. In his role, Paul engages in consultative sales support with customers and prospects across enterprise, mid-market and other strategic areas. Paul also contributes to go-to-market strategy and business plan, defining key solutions, positioning Qlik products and creating and developing a suite of segment specific sales enablement materials. He is also responsible for raising brand recognition through sector specific analyst and media relations.
Adam Mayer, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager, Qlik Adam is Technical Product Marketing Manager at Qlik and among other things is responsible for delivering the company’s Internet of Things (IoT) go-to-market strategy. With a strong technical background in computing, underpinned by an incisive engineering perspective, Adam is an avid follower of new technology and holds a deep fascination of all things IoT, particularly on the data analytics side and finding new ways to make it as translatable, visual and understandable to as many people as possible. He has over 20 years of B2B customer facing experience within the IT and automotive sectors, having previously held positions at Canon, Sony, Tevo, Fujitsu and Toshiba.