Published By: Veeam '18
Published Date: May 01, 2019
The digital revolution is transforming every industry. Yet it also brings new challenges: threats to the security and Availability of mission-critical data and services.
Approximately 80% of IT decision-makers say their organization has an Availability gap, that is, a failure to meet recovery requirements—a common issue across all industries. 75% say they also have a data protection gap, meaning they are unable to protect their data frequently enough to ensure that business units’ expectations against data loss are being met.
With 50 to 100 billion things expected to be connected to the Internet by 2020, we are now experiencing a major paradigm shift that is revolutionizing business. More and more of the objects we use every day—including those in our factories, utilities, and railroads—are used to capture and distribute information that is helping us know more and do more.
The TechWiseTV team and guest experts take an in-depth look at how industries like these are utilizing the data they are gathering from the factory floor all the way out to the field.
This exploration into how the Internet of Things actually works in the real world and what your organization must do to take full advantage of it is a great opportunity to understand the practical challenges and specific technology involved in bringing all this potential to life.
Amazon Redshift Spectrum—a single service that can be used in conjunction with other Amazon services and products, as well as external tools—is revolutionizing the way data is stored and queried, allowing for more complex analyses and better decision making.
Spectrum allows users to query very large datasets on S3 without having to load them into Amazon Redshift. This helps address the Scalability Dilemma—with Spectrum, data storage can keep growing on S3 and still be processed. By utilizing its own compute power and memory, Spectrum handles the hard work that would normally be done by Amazon Redshift. With this service, users can now scale to accommodate larger amounts of data than the cluster would have been capable of processing with its own resources.
Published By: Brother
Published Date: Nov 23, 2015
The Center for Digital Education (CDE) surveyed over 130 K-12 decision-makers on the classroom use of printer and scanner technologies in September 2014 and found scanning materials for digital use in the classroom is a key concern, with ease of use, cost containment and flexible deployment among the most critical needs. In the context of this study, this white paper will build a case for the use of scanners to revolutionize K-12 teaching, learning and administration.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: May 12, 2017
There is a shift from 'one size fits all' to a more personalized experience in IT support and service. At the same time...the infrastructure-as-a service model has revolutionized the way IT resources can be deployed.
Read this Forbes paper to learn more.
Today's data centers are embarking down a path in which "old world" business, technology, and facility metrics are being pushed aside in order to provide unparalleled service delivery capabilities, processes, and methodologies. The expectations derived from today’s high-density technology deployments are driving service delivery models to extremes with very high service delivery capabilities adopted as baseline requirements within today’s stringent business models. Part of the "revolution" that is driving today's data center modeling to unprecedented high performance and efficiency levels is the fact that computer processing advances with regard to high-performance and smaller footprints have truly countered each other.
With its new TriScale Technology, Citrix is enabling a genuine revolution for enterprise cloud networks by providing an unrivaled set of capabilities that smartly scale application and service delivery infrastructures, affordably and with no additional complexity.
The digital revolution has happened. Commerce is changing again, unbound from prior models. Goods and services are sold and information exchanged in ways we never imagined a few years ago. Think Uber and Airbnb—digital business models like this are replacing last year’s browser-based businesses.
Global organizations such as Nestle?, Shell and others retain their leadership by solving their toughest challenges with advanced optimization. Manufacturers are seeking ways to apply advanced analytics and optimization through the entire planning and production lifecycle. This can help you achieve:
Improved profitability, reliability and revenue by 10% or more
Deploy a new planning solution in as little as 3 months
Compute ready-to-implement plans for complex tasks within minutes
Reduce your dependence on IT and rapidly evolve solutions
Leverage industry-leading analytics and optimization and innovative modeling methodologies
Monetise your existing analytic, ERP and other solutions, accelerate growth and reduce costs
Learn How Three Manufacturers Are Using Optimization to Revolutionize Manufacturing
Near-perfect inventory visibility is critical to transforming the customer experience and competing in the retail revolution. Yet inventory accuracy across retail sectors hovers at around 60%. That shortfall causes retailers to lose out on potential sales and puts customer loyalty at risk.How do retailers address this issue? RFID—or radio frequency identification—is 10 times more efficient at cycle counting and can increase inventory accuracy across the supply chain by up to 99.5%, enabling retailers to truly compete in the highly competitive omnichannel world. Launch a successful RFID technology pilot program in your retail operation with our free How-to Guide: Five Steps to Piloting RFID for Unprecedented Inventory Visibility. This guide takes you from Step 1 (a KPI checklist) to Step 5 (execution and monitoring), so you can launch a pilot program and effectively measure its ROI before moving to full deployment. Download the free Guide today.
Surviving and thriving amid the global, digital shopping revolution, in which consumers fluidly browse and buy from their smartphones, computers and in store, calls for a supply-chain makeover.
Pressed to offer consumers fast, flexible and even free product fulfillment and delivery in an omnichannel retail landscape, a crowdsourced, collaborative model is taking shape. Traditional roles are blurring as logistics companies, manufacturers and retailers work to meet the growing on-demand economy via the adoption of business intelligence supply chain technologies.
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: May 21, 2018
The digital revolution has left no part of business untouched. The traditional world of CFO's is evolving fast - not only because technology enables them to perform their duties more effectively, but also because the next generation of CFOs are steadily making their way into the boardroom. And they are going to drive change even faster.
This was an issue that was high on the agenda for our client, one of the world's largest multinational conglomerates. They could see that CEO's of the group's businesses were relying increasingly on the financial insight of their CFOs to help shape business direction strategy. CFOs, therefore, need to ensure that they are equipped with technology and data to fulfill this new and demanding role.
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: May 21, 2018
In these times of asymmetric development and unsustainable natural resource usage, demands from the agricultural sector are mounting. When farmers, distributors, contractors, and even consumers are under the pressure of contributing more to the system, how can every cog in this ecosystem begin an efficiency and sustainability revolution amidst all these challenges?
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: Mar 15, 2019
Today, most incumbent organizations (those established before the onset of the digital revolution), in every industry are grappling with the risks of disruption with one hand even as they reach for its opportunities with the other. After years of looking the other way, and then reluctant admission, incumbent organizations have come to accept and even embrace disruption in their business. Most are responding by committing to the idea of digital transformation. But that is where the similarity ends.
Additive manufacturing has transformed the traditional manufacturing process, influencing various industries with the rising popularity of 3D printing. This revolutionary technology is producing a broader range of materials, faster and more efficiently than ever before — greatly impacting the product development process and adding value to businesses. This article dives deeper into the evolving role of 3D printing and how it can improve part-design flexibility, reduce lead times and create smarter, customized product designs.
How do you design and manufacture products suited for the Fourth Industrial Revolution — the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI)? Hint: You can’t do it with single-point 3D modeling and 2D drawing solutions. Learn how upgrading to an integrated 3D product development solution can help boost productivity, reduce costs, improve quality, foster collaboration and increase innovation.
Published By: FICO EMEA
Published Date: Jul 17, 2019
Die Hersteller von heute suchen mehr denn je nach Wegen, um Advanced Analytics im gesamten Lebenszyklus eines Produkts in Bezug auf Planung und Produktion anzuwenden, um grundlegende Veränderungen zu erzielen und ihre Geschäftstätigkeiten auszubauen.
Network readiness is an important factor in any new IT project at companies both large and small. New applications seem to require more bandwidth than the applications that they replace. These applications can also bring in new users, sometimes by the thousands. In some cases, the network services and/or capacity are not ready for these changes, and the IT rollout suffers.
This guide covers the following topics: bandwidth, wireless, firewalls, content filtering, proxy servers, and others.
Higher education has come under increasing scrutiny as never before due to rising costs, changes in future job requirements, and new forms of learning opportunities offered by non-traditional companies and institutions. Students and parents are rightfully questioning the value of higher education based on perceived outcomes as well as staggering student loans that in some cases could take a lifetime to pay back. While the value equation debate rages on, there is another phenomenon taking place. It is nothing short of a revolution regarding the advances in technology and how institutions of higher learning along with nontraditional organizations are utilizing these powerful new tools. These new tools include new mobile devices, enhanced and feature-rich learning management systems, data-feeding sensors, 3D printers, smart classrooms, smart buildings, and collaboration tools allowing students and faculty to collaborate just about anywhere face-to-face, virtually.
IBM Cognos Business Insight changes information delivery for all business users. Watch this recorded event which originally aired on February 15, 2011 to see how this unlimited BI workspace enables business users to create, personalize and interact with all of their information assets. Through demos and discussion, you'll learn how this revolutionary interface lets users:
. Satisfy all their information needs in a single, highly intuitive workspace
. Blur the lines between business authoring and analysis
. Easily create net-new analysis
. Enhance existing reports with information from a personal data source
Discover how IBM Cognos Business Insight enables self-service BI for business users, while giving IT complete confidence that data will remain secure.
Join Jive and Rajat Paharia -- "the father of gamification" -- for a discussion on how to better motivate, engage, and create true loyalty.
Jive is digging into the hottest books in the social collaboration space. Join the Jive Book Club for exclusive invites to webinars with the authors, an invite to the Jive Community group to share your thoughts with your peers and the chance to win prizes – you might even learn something new!
Their first selection is Loyalty 3.0: How Big Data & Gamification are Revolutionizing Customer & Employee Engagement by Rajat Paharia — the “father of gamification.”
Loyalty 3.0 is a Wall Street Journal and New York Times best-seller that cracks the code on the ways big data and gamification can motivate, engage, and create true loyalty your customers, employees, and partners.
This paper explores the impact of social media on the marketplace and customer behaviors, and provides a six-step “road map” that guides organizations through the process of implementing a social media program.
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