Internet of Things

The IoT certification program is a business-oriented program that introduces the capabilities of the Internet of Things, the business advantages and key terminology as well as monetization models

The Internet of Things is quickly becoming a growing topic of conversation within organizations. With broadband internet becoming widely available more devices are becoming connected. IoT simply puts means that a device is connected to the internet – this can mean a coffee machine, a car, telephone, laptop or washing machine.

The CCC-IoT Foundation certification program is a non-technical and business-oriented certification designed for those who are looking to develop a base level understanding of IoT concepts, terminology and the business perspectives of IoT.

The IoT program is not a technical program, but those attending this certification benefit from a decent understanding of internet concepts and cloud computing technologies.

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Internet of Things Portfolio

The IoT Certification Program introduces the business capabilities of the Internet of Things, it’s advantages, key terminology, as well as monetization models.

As for IoT growth by geographic region, Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) will be the region with the most IoT spending in 2018, with $312 billion. That’s followed by North America (United States and Canada) at $203 billion and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa at $171 billion.

Source: IDC

Worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) is forecast to reach $772.5B in 2018, an increase of 14.6% over the $674B that will be spent in 2017.

Source: IDC

Internet of Things Foundation Certification(IoTF)

Covers the basic concepts, terminology, and key components of IoT. It explains the business perspectives of IoT including the advantages of early adoption and monetization models.

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