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Testing Transformation in the era of IoT: Are you Prepared?

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In the next few years when more than 20 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, many of us will be IoT testers—in one way or another. Jennifer shares ideas for identifying new areas that you need to address in your testing, new testing skills needed in the IoT era, and innovating your technology strategies and processes to account for new vulnerabilities. She addresses questions on what new processes may need to be introduced into an organization, and what current trends are taking shape in testing organisations. This discussion can lead you to management strategies and processes on which you can stake your career in the era of IoT.

In your organisation, are you focused on the trivial or on the real “game changers” in your testing practices?  Data security, test labs, integration to outside parties with open API’s, devices, and comprehensive testing strategies are just some of the testing skills needed in the IoT era, and innovating your technology strategies and processes to account for new vulnerabilities is critical.   We will explore these areas and help tackle some of the critical skills and techniques needed today in testing.

 

Key Takeaways: Data security, test labs, integration to outside parties with open API’s, devices, and comprehensive testing strategies are just some of the testing skills needed in the IoT era, and innovating your technology strategies and processes to account for new vulnerabilities is critical.   We will explore these areas and help tackle some of the critical skills and techniques needed today in testing.

 

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Jennifer Bonine

A VP of global delivery and solutions for tap|QA, Inc., Jennifer Bonine began her career in consulting, implementing large ERP solutions. Jennifer has held executive level positions leading development, quality assurance and testing, organizational development, and process improvement teams for Fortune 500 companies in several domains. In an engagement for one of the world’s largest technology companies, Jennifer served as a strategy executive and in corporate marketing for the C-Suite. In her career, she has had several opportunities to build global teams from the ground up and has been fortunate to see how many of the world’s top companies operate from the C-Suite viewpoint.  She recently has been advising fortune 100 companies on how to prepare for IoT in their business and technology teams

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