In this post, I present an IoT framework to help Product Managers tackle the complexity of IoT products. This framework provides an easy-to-follow structure to uncover requirements at each layer of the IoT stack, including business decisions, technical decisions, and more.
The goal of IoT products should be to product insights, not data. Some people even argue that the reason to deploy IoT products is to produce and collect all this data, that the data in itself is what provides the value. I don’t think so. In this post, I describe the importance of having a data strategy to provide insights, not data, and share with you how I discovered this the hard way.
Every Product Manager will bump into the Big Data challenge sooner or later. Will your product be ready to store, analyze, and present the flood of data it produces? In this post, I share 6 critical areas every Product Manager should address when building Products that manage large amounts of data.