Realities of the modern datacenter

Realities of the modern datacenter

Businesses are constantly evolving and repositioning themselves as they pursue new revenue streams and efficiencies. In our technology-driven world, this evolution typically involves modern IT applications and data streams. IDC believes that these new enterprise workloads are shifting towards an infrastructure-agnostic model that extends from edge to core to cloud.

What does 5G look like for Industrial IoT?

What does 5G look like for Industrial IoT?

The next big thing in wireless is almost here. 5G mobile technology will soon be available, bringing the promise of compelling new uses cases and capabilities to transform industrial IoT (IIoT). But how will 5G impact networking architecture for industrial environments? Our new white paper, Demystifying 5G in Industrial IoT, takes a deep dive into what you need to know.

I’m not tired of WiFi! Are you?

I’m not tired of WiFi! Are you?

Are you tired of watching funny cat or dog videos yet? How about your favorite TV show or a movie on your smart TV or personal devices? Or playing Fortnite? Or being able to grab your laptop and take it with you to the meeting to project those slides you (just) finished (whew!)? Or asking your talking home “assistant” for a weather report or recipe?  Or having a WebEx meeting with remote colleagues using video technology?  How about checking your email while you are waiting on a flight? Or viewing your home security cameras? Or re-setting your thermostat remotely?

Not only are you not tired of it, but you are doing more of it.

Going nowhere fast?

Going nowhere fast?

Studies show that even under perfect driving conditions, speeding over short distances leads to marginal savings in getting to your destination. Add a few traffic lights, a couple of curves, a bit of traffic or weather, and the time-saving benefits taper down to little or none.

WiFi 6 powers real-world wireless enterprise applications

WiFi 6 powers real-world wireless enterprise applications

Simplifying a complex technology is always a worthwhile process, even when it just involves a naming convention. For example, now we can stop trying to remember an alphabet soup of numbers and letters like 802.11ax and can simply say Wi-Fi 6. While the name change is welcome, it’s the innovations that the latest wireless standard brings to enterprise networks that will make a significant difference in your journey to digital business transformation.

CIOs need to cross the chasm

CIOs need to cross the chasm

Retail is an innovation game. But resources are limiting, and the need for ROI is constant. How does digital set the agenda for a CIO and what are their main concerns? And more specifically, how does the merging of LoB and IT priorities lend itself to the evolving priorities of a retail CIO today?

For starters, a recent study from i-scoop.