Charles A. Benson
July 16, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 198 Pages
ISBN 9781138590489 - CAT# K386758
Series: Internal Audit and IT Audit
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This book defines what IoT Systems manageability looks like and what the associated resources and costs are of that manageability. It identifies IoT Systems performance expectations and addresses the difficult challenges of determining actual costs of IoT Systems implementation, operation, and management across multiple institutional organizations. It details the unique challenges that cities and institutions have in implementing and operating IoT Systems.
Part 1: Introduction to IoT. 1. IoT Systems Introduction. 2. Differences in IoT Systems from Traditional Enterprise Implementations. 3. The IoT Systems Consumer and Provider Ecosystem. 4. Defining IoT Systems Implementation Success. Part 2: IoT Systems in Systems of Systems. 5. Identifying the IoT System in a System of Systems. 6. IoT and Smart City Systems Manageability. 7. Vendor Relationships and Vendor Management. 8. Effects of Growth and Scaling on IoT Systems Manageability in Governments and Institutions. Part 3: Calculating IoT Implementation Success. 9. Two Components of ROI. 10. IoT Systems Expectations. 11. IoT Systems Costing. 12. Post-implementation Changes to Institutional/City Risk Profile. Part 4: Assessing Ability to Manage IoT Systems. 13. Institutional and City Consumer Internal Assessment. 14. Provider and Vendor Assessment of Consumer’s Ability to Manage Their Product. 15. Assessing an Institution or City’s Ability to Manage an IoT System. 16. Potential Processes, Flows, Organizational Structures, and Checklists. 17. Conclusion.