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AWS launches IoT competency test for partners
AWS launches IoT competency test for partners

Win a $50 Amazon voucher by taking the IoB reader survey!

Taking our first-ever IoB reader survey to shape the content you read – and for a chance at winning a $50 Amazon voucher.

It’s been just under a year since we launched the Internet of Business and since that time there has been a lot of change. We’ve published over 700 articles – including exclusive news, hosted the first of many vertically-led conferences and hired an experienced and growing team. We’ve got through the pain of a first redesign, and delivered our first whitepapers.

This wouldn’t have been possible without our readers or our industry partners, which include Beecham Research, Digital Catapult, Startupbootcamp and Telekom TV. It also wouldn’t have been possible without a growing IoT ecosystem.

We’ve been through a lot of change but that is not to say we’re done there, quite the contrary. In the next year, you can expect just some ofn the following:

  • Webinars
  • Breakfast briefings
  • Meet-ups
  • Expert columnists through our IoB Insiders program
  • …and many, many other things that I can’t talk about yet

Help us make IoB better

There’s a lot of new and exciting things going on, but we know there’s still a lot of work to do to improve the site. Specifically, we’d like to know what you think of the site, and what content you want to read more of. If you think we don’t do enough on IoT developer tools, tell us – likewise if you believe there’s not enough on smart homes, smart meters or even if the content itself could and should be more technical. We want to hear your opinion, even if it means we wince whilst reading it…

We’re looking to improve IoB. Take this super-quick survey and your name will be entered into a draw to win a $50 Amazon voucher. And, at the same time, you’re improving the very site you read.

Of course, if you have any other feedback not covered by this very survey, then you are welcome to ‘reach out’ to me directly on [email protected] or on Twitter (@dougdrinkwater1 or @internetofbiz).


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