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- Get an Edge with the Industrial Internet of ThingsAs industrial professionals know, enterprise computing is undergoing a major shift. By 2022, according to Gartner, 50% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed outside the data center or cloud. That roughly doubles today’s figure.
- Why Businesses Should Bank on Infrastructure ConvergenceI am sure you know the difference between OT and IT professionals, but what about their different approaches when it comes to the edge and edge computing?
- Designing an Edge Computing Infrastructure: Best PracticesAt first glance, edge computing appears very homogeneous, and includes all activities that are performed outside of the "Core", which could be the location of the primary corporate-wide IT (Information Technologies) infrastructure. In fact, edge computing is a multi-tiered mix of assets arranged in a use-case and workload centric fashion. CIOs and other IT leaders must prepare their wider organization and key stakeholders for the necessary steps to successfully deploy and manage an edge computing infrastructure. Firms that acknowledge edge computing as a long-term investment generally fall into these two categories. To learn what the two categories are read on.
- Protecting SI Projects from Hardware FailureThere is one simple truth in computing—systems crash and so do hard drives. If not properly monitored, server rooms can overheat. The best hardware is not immune to problems.
- When Reliability, Ease of Maintenance, and Simplicity are a Must (Video)Since 1997, E-Merge Systems, a systems integrator, has been devoted to helping its customers increase productivity and improve profitability through industrial automation. Watch their story of how they added value to their customers with limited IT resources to achieve more reliable and seamless IT within their environments.