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  1. 1. IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Internet of Things 2017 Predictions Carrie MacGillivray, VP, IoT & Mobility IDC Web Conference November 8, 2016
  2. 2. Logistics  Submit any questions to webconferences@idc.com  You can download today’s presentation from the “Resource List” in the lower left corner of the console  Audience feedback can be provided via the short survey found by clicking the Survey icon at the bottom of the console  For additional IDC FutureScape topics, visit www.idc.com/idcfuturescapes2017 and click on the “events” tab  To learn more about IDC’s IT Executive Programs visit www.idc.com/itexecutive  Join the Conversation in the IDC Community: http://idc-community.com © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 2 Today’s Speaker Carrie MacGillivray VP, IoT & Mobility @CMacIDC
  3. 3. IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IoT Predictions © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 3 TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM ORGANIZATIONALIMPACT Asingle department orabusinessunit Multiple departments orbusinessunitsCompanywide 0-12 12-24 24+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Open data platforms emerge LPWAN conflict Cycle time improve- ments Blockchain realized Security evolves Industry growth IoT/IT services The edge Smart City assets Analytics and IoT collide 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 By 2018, the "open data platform" will emerge as the next frontier in platform discussions, causing confusion for enterprises that already invested in IoT platform solutions. Despite hype on the benefits of low power WAN, such as LoRa and Sigfox, its unlicensed spectrum and lack of QoS causes companies to focus it on non-critical applications – with 3% deploying by 2018. By 2018, investments in operational sensing through IoT and situational awareness via analytics will deliver 30% improvements in critical process cycle times. By 2019, as IoT adoption grows in major industry, government and consumer sectors, 20% of all IoT deployments will have basic levels of blockchain services enabled. By 2019, more than 75% of IoT device manufacturers will improve their security and privacy capabilities, making them more trustworthy partners for technology buyers. In 2017, connected vehicles, insurance telematics, personal wellness, and smart buildings will be four IoT use cases in the spotlight across all worldwide regions, accounting for $96B spending. As adoption of IoT grows, 75% of IoT adopters will turn to outside firms for help in strategy, planning, development, implementation, and/or management of these initiatives. By 2019, at least 40% of IoT-created data will be stored, processed, analyzed, and acted upon close to, or at the edge of, the network. By 2019, 40% of local and regional governments will use IoT to turn infrastructure like roads, street lights, and traffic signals into assets instead of liabilities. By 2019, all effective IoT efforts will merge streaming analytics with machine learning trained on data lakes, marts, and content stores, accelerated by discrete or integrated processors. @CMacIDC
  4. 4. Drivers for IoT in 2017 and beyond  DX – technology-centric transformation altering business and society  New funding models – accelerating disruption and innovation  Everything, Everywhere – the rise of computer-based intelligence  Disruptive Fault lines – security, privacy and regulation  Shifting Economics – data as digital capital  Materialization – revolutionizing industrial and commercial processes  Platform Economy- the ecosystem battle for scale For additional details on the above Drivers, please refer to report: IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IoT 2017 Predictions (IDC #US40755816) © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 4 @CMacIDC
  5. 5. IDC FutureScape: IoT Prediction Highlights For additional details on the above Predictions, please refer to report: IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IoT 2017 Predictions (IDC #US40755816) © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 5 LPWAN conflict Open data platforms emerge Analytics & IoT collide The role of “the Edge” @CMacIDC
  6. 6. IT Impact Guidance  Short term thinking will not provide sufficient coverage, security & QoS for business needs over long term  Time frame to scale may not fit within deployment plans  Conduct due diligence against the various connectivity options that could be used for wide area IoT deployments  Question long term viability, quality access and scalability to your evaluation checklist LPWAN conflict: Despite hype on the benefits of LPWAN, such as LoRA & Sigfox, its unlicensed spectrum & lack of QoS will cause companies to focus it on non-critical applications with 3% deploying by 2018 © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 6 TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM ORGANIZATIONALIMPACT Asingle department orabusinessunit Multiple departments orbusinessunitsCompanywide 0-12 12-24 24+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Open data platforms emerge LPWAN conflict Cycle time improve- ments Blockchain realized Security evolves Industry growth IoT/IT services The edge Smart City assets Analytics and IoT collide 4 2 @CMacIDC
  7. 7. Open data platforms emerge: By 2018, the “Open Data Platform” will emerge as the next frontier in platform discussions, causing confusion for enterprises that already invested in IoT platform solutions © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 7 TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM ORGANIZATIONALIMPACT Asingle department orabusinessunit Multiple departments orbusinessunitsCompanywide 0-12 12-24 24+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Open data platforms emerge LPWAN conflict Cycle time improve- ments Blockchain realized Security evolves Industry growth IoT/IT services The edge Smart City assets Analytics and IoT collide IT Impact Guidance  Linking existing IoT platform investments with an open data platform philosophy  Line of business will be demanding a faster turnaround on comprehensive data views  Ensure vendors are talking about ‘open’, API-based, and developer-friendly environments  Partner with Line of Business to look at the longer term data requirements and plan for how it will be integrated with the current environment @CMacIDC
  8. 8. Analytics & IoT collide: By 2019, all effective IoT efforts will merge streaming analytics with machine learning trained on data lakes, marts & content stores, accelerated by discrete or integrated processors © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 8 TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM ORGANIZATIONALIMPACT Asingle department orabusinessunit Multiple departments orbusinessunitsCompanywide 0-12 12-24 24+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Open data platforms emerge LPWAN conflict Cycle time improve- ments Blockchain realized Security evolves Industry growth IoT/IT services The edge Smart City assets Analytics and IoT collide IT Impact Guidance  Need for developers, data scientists & operations teams to work together to build reliable algorithms and models  A combo of at-rest analytics and continuous analytics will require IT investments that extend to continuous and micro-batch movement & normalization of data  Make evaluation and experimentation with machine learning for IoT use cases a top priority  Evolve your end-to-end continuous analytics 3 10 @CMacIDC
  9. 9. The “Edge”: By 2019, at least 40% of IoT-created data will be stored processed, analyzed and acted upon close to, or at the Edge of, the network © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 9 TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM ORGANIZATIONALIMPACT Asingle department orabusinessunit Multiple departments orbusinessunitsCompanywide 0-12 12-24 24+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Open data platforms emerge LPWAN conflict Cycle time improve- ments Blockchain realized Security evolves Industry growth IoT/IT services The edge Smart City assets Analytics and IoT collide IT Impact Guidance  Investment required in virtualization and software- driven device management solutions  “Edge” endpoints will be vulnerable to security threats  Remote management services will need to be updated/acquired  Look for IT hardware vendors with a IoT gateway strategy  Invest in network capacity to handle variable and unexpected data traffic  Ensure enterprise software vendors have road maps that have analytics engines that address the ‘Edge’ requirements @CMacIDC
  10. 10. IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IoT Predictions © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 10 TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM ORGANIZATIONALIMPACT Asingle department orabusinessunit Multiple departments orbusinessunitsCompanywide 0-12 12-24 24+ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Open data platforms emerge LPWAN conflict Cycle time improve- ments Blockchain realized Security evolves Industry growth IoT/IT services The edge Smart City assets Analytics and IoT collide 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 By 2018, the "open data platform" will emerge as the next frontier in platform discussions, causing confusion for enterprises that already invested in IoT platform solutions. Despite hype on the benefits of low power WAN, such as LoRa and Sigfox, its unlicensed spectrum and lack of QoS causes companies to focus it on non-critical applications – with 3% deploying by 2018. By 2018, investments in operational sensing through IoT and situational awareness via analytics will deliver 30% improvements in critical process cycle times. By 2019, as IoT adoption grows in major industry, government and consumer sectors, 20% of all IoT deployments will have basic levels of blockchain services enabled. By 2019, more than 75% of IoT device manufacturers will improve their security and privacy capabilities, making them more trustworthy partners for technology buyers. In 2017, connected vehicles, insurance telematics, personal wellness, and smart buildings will be four IoT use cases in the spotlight across all worldwide regions, accounting for $96B spending. As adoption of IoT grows, 75% of IoT adopters will turn to outside firms for help in strategy, planning, development, implementation, and/or management of these initiatives. By 2019, at least 40% of IoT-created data will be stored, processed, analyzed, and acted upon close to, or at the edge of, the network. By 2019, 40% of local and regional governments will use IoT to turn infrastructure like roads, street lights, and traffic signals into assets instead of liabilities. By 2019, all effective IoT efforts will merge streaming analytics with machine learning trained on data lakes, marts, and content stores, accelerated by discrete or integrated processors. @CMacIDC
  11. 11. © IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC 11 Q&A Carrie MacGillivray Vice President Mobility & IoT cmacgillivray@idc.com @CMacIDC
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