In the third article in our new virtualization series, we take a closer look at how virtualization helps companies achieve high application availability — as high as 99.999 percent — critical in an always-on world.
In this second article in our virtualization series, we take a closer look the benefits of virtualization, especially how it can provide the perfect solution for desktop environments.
Despite emerging benefits there remains an undeniable resistance to converging OT and IT. A recent Automation World article shared that the two departments, “not only operate in a very separate way, but sometimes even have conflicting approaches.” The solution is to ensure that leadership brings the benefits of such a merger to the forefront. The positive impact the convergence brings to both OT and IT is the great equalizer that unites two distinct organizational cultures.
Edge computing: There’s no denying that this a hot topic right now – particularly in industrial environments. Over the past year, we have seen edge clearly move from an emerging topic, to a more mainstream trend. Analysts and media, alike, are increasingly commenting on the value edge computing can bring to businesses.
If you’ve been following us since the Fall, then you know we’ve been validating assumptions in the market on edge and cloud computing. And, our justification came through with an ARC Advisory Group market report on edge computing in industrial environments.