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Manageability Challenges for Internet of Things
- Yen-Kuang Chen, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation, and Associate Director, Intel-NTU Connected Context Computing Center; IEEE IoT Initiative Publications Chair
- Environment, healthcare, mobile, public
- "There is no longer much argument around the Internet of Things (IoT) concept as the “next big thing,” but consensus remains elusive around the next level of questions and discussion: Why is the IoT going to be so great, and what are the obstacles to achieving that vision?"
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