Smart Home. Friday , July 27th , 2018 - 08:44:42 AM
It's pretty easy to get started doing things like replacing electrical plugs, or changing the locks on a door. Some things can be more complicated such as creating a home network, or programming a network bridge to communicate with all your devices. If you're tech savvy it won't take long at all to pick up on the things that need to be done in order to get started, but if wireless networking and security don't come easily then be sure to look into how things are set up and how difficult they are to manage when choosing what systems might be right for your house. I'll try to provide as much info as possible on future blogs.
When you're building a smart home, your concern shouldn't be limited to the kinds of devices you'll invest in; you also have to take proper measures on how you'll secure everything inside it. Your router is one of your home's weakest spots. Much like your front door, you should strengthen it to keep intruders out. Start by changing your password. As soon as you receive your router, change its default password with something that can't easily be guessed. Refrain from using your birth year or the last digits of your phone number. As much as possible, create a lengthy password and make sure to use alphanumeric characters to make it even harder to crack. It's also a good idea to constantly upgrade your security software to decrease your devices' vulnerability to new threats, like spying tools and viruses. Install a malware protection to prevent suspicious and malicious programs from running on your computer.
By methodically working through not only the on-boarding, but all end-user workflows, user scenarios, supporting helpdocumentation etc. the testing can discover all usability issues which can be clearly documented for all product stakeholders to evaluate. The development team can then work with the usability defect reports to resolve the issues. Usability testing should ideally be performed before the product is launched, however as most smart home devices and their associated apps can be upgraded with new firmwaresoftware updates, usability testing can also be highly effective after the product's initial launch.
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