Comms Business Live: Channel IoT

Comms Business Live is back with its second series! This week David Dungay and his guest panel will be discussing some of the major themes impacting the IoT market right now and how the Channel can capitalise on the opportunities coming their way. It has been, and to some extent continues to be, a complicated area of technology for partners to grasp but many providers out there have invested considerable resource into making it easy to digest for the Channel. We will be discussing the best ways to get into the market without having to make large upfront investments and also how to avoid some of the common pitfalls which partners can often fall into.

David Dungay | @CommsGuru4U

Dan Cunliffe, MD of Pangea | @Dan_Pangea
Anton Le Saux, Strategic Telecoms Leader at Zest4 | @Zest4Anton
Nick Sacke, Head of IoT at Comms365 | @Comms365

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