Solutions Review compiled the top Internet of Things courses on LinkedIn Learning for IT engineers and administrators of all skill levels.
Are you an IT engineer looking to brush up on your Internet of Things skills? Looking to earn some certifications in the Internet of Things but don’t know where to start prepping for them? Online courses are a great way to gain knowledge in any field of technology, and the Internet of Things is no exception. However, with so many courses available on so many platforms, it can be difficult to narrow down which ones are right for you. To help alleviate the search for solid online Internet of Things training, we’ve highlighted seven courses on LinkedIn Learning that are must-takes for any beginner, novice, or proficient IT engineer or administrator. Click GO TO TRAINING to learn more and register.
NOTE: We included Internet of Things courses on LinkedIn Learning with more than 10 student reviews and a rating of 4 stars or better. Courses are listed in alphabetical order.
“The number of IoT (internet of things) devices being deployed is growing exponentially and securing those devices is a huge challenge. In this course, Luciano Ferrari discusses how IoT devices work, including the architectures and protocols used. He covers the main attack surfaces used by hackers and security professionals against IoT devices, how to assess IoT security threats and vulnerabilities, and how to properly secure the devices by following industry best practices and implementing countermeasures.”
“Whether you’re working with a small-scale or large-scale system of connected devices, it is crucial that you devise thoughtful, sustainable management and monitoring solutions. In this course, learn about the basics of IoT device management, and discover how to build smart objects that are easy to maintain and troubleshoot. Instructor Ryan Hu covers essential concepts such as the system architecture, key functionalities, key standards, and protocols. He also discusses the representative standards for IoT device management—the LightweightM2M standard and the oneM2M standard. He shows how to use the IBM Watson IoT Platform, and more.”
“The Internet of Things (IoT) is more than just smart or connected devices. In this course, learn what IoT is, and how it works from a technical standpoint. Bruce Sinclair provides a broad overview of IoT, explaining each of its main components. He also goes into the software-defined product—the digital twin of the physical product—as well as the hardware-defined product, explaining how sensors and embedded systems help to gather data. Plus, he dives into the network fabric, and explains what external systems are and why it’s important to consider them when designing an IoT product.”
“Ryan Hu begins by introducing wireless networking for IoT, and going over the basics of wireless communication and wireless networking. Next, he presents and compares the underlying wireless networking technologies in terms of system architectures, communication paradigms, performance, and use cases. Then, he explains how to integrate various networking technologies into an IoT system. To wrap up, Ryan discusses the use of low-power wireless networking in a typical lighting control system for both smart home and smart city environments.”
“The Internet of Things (IoT) presents an array of fascinating possibilities—but is there money to be made? In this course, Bruce Sinclair discusses the business of IoT, and provides you with the vocabulary to talk about how to leverage this technology to make money. Bruce covers the four main ways of creating value with IoT, and explores various ways to monetize that value. He familiarizes you with the five main IoT business models on the IoT business model continuum: product, product service, service, service outcome, and outcome. Plus, he discusses how IoT can help you establish more meaningful relationships with your customers.”
“The continuous development of IoT ecosystems promises a future in which our homes, cars, and cities are more connected. But as this technology evolves, it has become increasingly important to tackle the communication and compatibility challenges facing the billions of connected devices already out in the world. In this course, learn about IoT standards and ecosystems. Instructor Zahraa Khalil provides a high-level look at the IoT ecosystem, discussing IoT markets, technology, and standards. She also goes over the challenges facing the development of IoT—including security, privacy, and legal issues—the IoT standards development process, and IoT protocols for device management. Plus, she shares examples of IoT ecosystems in action by exploring case studies of smart cities.”
“The Internet of Things (IoT) is how devices on the Internet communicate through omnipresent sensors. Since its inception, consumers have connected smart devices to the network at an exponential rate, bringing us closer to a future where everyday things all interconnect. In this course—the first in a series that focuses on securing the Internet of Things—you can get started with this essential concept.”
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