The IoT Opportunity: Dell Technologies

Next up in the IoT Opportunity series is Andy Rhodes, VP IoT Commercial Solutions at Dell Technologies. We’re excited to feature one of our partners on this program, let alone one of the largest Internet of Things (IoT) companies in the world. Andy is a wealth of knowledge around IoT and provides great insights into real world use cases including oil and gas, manufacturing, agriculture, retail, and the internet of cows. One of his biggest takeaways? That it’s still the early days. Organizations are still figuring out the best ways to extract business value from IoT projects and that means there will be a lot of false starts and failures along the way. Nevertheless, the promise of IoT is incredible, with potential improvements in efficiency, service, and customer experience (as well as overall revenue) making it a worthwhile pursuit. Embedding intelligence into everything is changing how we live, work, and interact with the world. We’re excited to be working with Dell to secure and enable millions, even billions of connected things for some of the world's leading digital organizations.

How the Internet of Things can come of age
Read this article to learn how Andy helps Dell's customers to see return on investment on their IoT projects.

What needs to be done to keep IoT secure?

Where will IoT have the most impact?

Realizing the value of the IoT (full interview)

Robert Humphrey is CMO at ForgeRock

Who Is Robert Humphrey?

Who’s Robert? Robert does the marketing thing here at ForgeRock, aka he’s our CMO. With 5 years working in the identity industry, he’s held sales and marketing roles at CA, ITKO, Infor, McAfee, i2, and now ForgeRock… ‘difficult to pronounce’ in Robert’s job search requirements? If you’ve met Robert, you know him for his sense of humor, contagious laugh, or most likely, his role as an extra in the 1976 film Logan’s Run. Try to find him.

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