Introduction to IoT Course

Learn how the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to alleviate some of the worlds most significant problems. By 2020, there will be 50 billion things connected to the internet, creating 1.5 million jobs in IoT.

 
 
 
Beginning     
Duration: 20 Hours
Self-paced
 

Course Summary

The Introduction to IoT course provides an overview of key concepts and challenges related to digital transformation. The course examines the evolution of the Internet and how the interconnection of people, processes, data, and things is transforming every industry. Note: Introduction to IoT replaces the Introduction to the Internet of Everything (IoE) course.
 
Cisco Networking Academy invites you to explore Introduction to IoT. This 20-hour, self-paced course is ideal for people who want to increase their opportunities and advance their careers in the digital economy.
  • Learn how digital transformation turns information into action, creating unprecedented economic opportunity.
  • Understand how the IoT brings together operational technology and information technology systems.
  • Discover how business processes for evaluating and solving problems are being transformed.
  • Learn the security concerns that must be considered when implementing IoT solutions.
  • Practice what you learn using Cisco Packet Tracer, a network configuration simulation tool.
  • Connect to the global Cisco Networking Academy community.

 

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