Dr. Barbara Durkin (Management, Marketing and Information Systems) presented the paper, Data Analysis Services Related to the IoT and Big Data: Potential Business Opportunities for Third Parties, at the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences on January 6, 2017.
The paper, co-authored with Dr. Izabella Lokshina (Management, Marketing and Information Systems) and Dr. Cees Lanting (Member, Business Advisory Committee), reviewed for the first time the business models and opportunities for third-party data analysis services related to Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT). It considered the strategic implications for small businesses that use the IoT in data-driven ecosystems.
An extended version of the conference paper has been recently published in an academic peer-reviewed journal with a low acceptance rate and high impact factor: Lokshina, I. V., Durkin, B. J., & Lanting, C. J. M. (2017). Data Analysis Services Related to the IoT and Big Data: Strategic Implications and Business Opportunities for Third Parties. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Network Design and Networking, 9(2), pp. 37–56.