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6 IT skills you need to be successful in IoT (Internet of things) Career

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The following 6 skills needed to become successful in IoT career:

Business Intelligence: Collect, store, & analyze smart device data streams, sensor data
analysis, data center management, predictive analytics, and programming skills in
leading big data platforms

Information Security: Vulnerability assessment, PKI security, ethical hacking, wireless
network security, data ethics, and privacy policies

UI/UX Design: Ability to develop effective, user-friendly interfaces, responsive web
design, and service design

Mobile Development: Knowledge of mobile apps that communicate with external
hardware and sensors

Hardware Engineering: Develop and install Wi-Fi™, Bluetooth®, and other connectivity
solutions, computer-aided design, micro-electromechanical systems engineering,
wireless sensor design, and quality assurance

Networking: Design, maintain, and optimize large-scale traffic across secure,
reliable, and redundant backbones that connect different destinations with knowledge
of typical wireless connections, EFID, and emerging wireless protocols

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