A digital twin is a model of a product, service or process. Pairing the virtual and physical models allows researchers to analyze data to prevent problems before they happen. This can reduce downtime and assist in the development of new products and services.
New technologies often emerge slowly, existing alongside current ones. For example, in the field of communications, the telegraph didn't make the postal system obsolete. People just used them for different purposes. Similarly, newspapers used telegraphs to send and receive urgent information from reporters in the field. However, political commentary and human interest stories could be transmitted more affordably via the post office. Today, disruptive technologies do often immediate make older tech obsolete. Let's look at a few examples of technologies that may become obsolete in our lifetimes.
For over half a century, enterprise data centers have been stored and processed vital information for businesses. Though they have evolved with every technological advancement throughout the years, these technical environments are finally feeling the effects of disruption in the technology world.
Due to changes in areas such as hardware/software, telecommunications, artificial intelligence (AI), and operations, traditional data centers are being forced to keep up in order to continue playing such a huge part in data management. The question, of course, is this: what do the infrastructure and operations managers need to do in order to set their enterprise data centers up for success in the future?
In the digital age, information security is often the most important aspect of your business. It’s easy to feel out of your depth, but these issues have to be faced. One of the biggest sources of information breaches or data theft is users within a company. You have great employees, but the majority of them are not computer security experts. In order to help them avoid some of the most costly mistakes, you want built-in protection in all of your computers and systems. That is where some of the latest innovations in user authentication can help.
New software is important in every industry. Every year, businesses across the world are spending millions to upgrade their tools and improve their bottom line. But, the very notion of upgrading software has evolved in recent years.
Software as a service (SaaS) is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to achieve enterprise resources without having to make long-term investments that lose value over time. There’s likely more than one SaaS option for your business that holds massive promise. If you really want to investigate SaaS as a means to improving revenue streams, you’re going to have to tackle payment negotiations. This is your introductory guide.
Quantum computing technologies may soon provide protection from “mega-hacks” that expose huge amounts of sensitive information, like credit card numbers, health records, and high-value intellectual property. These costly cyber attacks put pressure on military, governments, institutions, and businesses to develop new ways to keep data secure during transmission.
This article explains what quantum computing is and how it is reshaping the data security landscape. Quantum entanglement, super-positioning, and quantum key distribution (QKD) are also reviewed in order to show how quantum information science can be used to create ultra-safe networks.
Network security is still one of the most important and most challenging aspects of running a modern business. Sensitive data is everywhere, and there are a lot of nefarious groups that can make huge money from stealing it. Chances are that you’ve already made some pretty big investments to protect your business from such leaks, but there’s a major issue that is overlooked by most companies today: encryption gaps.
IT spending is frustrating. It’s often hard to get good return on investment estimates. Even when you do, it takes time for technology to prove its value. Even worse, there are countless tech traps and pitfalls along the way. Many businesses today lose money every year through IT problems. If you want to get in front of this issue, you need to learn how to streamline your IT spending and manage tech debt.
Internet security is a hot topic among corporate environments. After all, all businesses know they must protect the data they store on the Internet. For many companies, though, they wait until it's too late to put Internet security practices into place, especially when it comes to email security tactics.
If you feel like a data breach will never happen to you, you may want to think again. In 2018 alone, the banking/credit/financial industry endured a mind-boggling 1,707,223 data breaches. The business industry had 22,164,590 breaches of data while the education industry faced 832,115. The medical/healthcare industry had 5,761,001. Government/military entities had 16,766,327. Needless to say, regardless of the industry that you operate in, data protection should remain a top priority. Let's take a close look at email security tips for your corporate environment.
What is the perfect recipe for TEM? Valicom has been perfecting their TEM software and services for over 28 years and have broke it down into four simple steps for you. 1. Outline all IT assets 2. Disconnect and remove wasted inventory 3. Track contracts and and invoices 4. Identify and eliminate late fees and errors, saving time and money!
If you are looking for ways to increase productivity and save money, taking the next step toward better telecom and technology management is the perfect way to do so. What are the next steps you ask? Well, it really depends on your organization, your specific environment and needs, and your previous experience with telecom and technology expense management.
Our “Next Steps for TEM” Quiz is a great place to start in figuring this out!
Is your company managing its Cloud infrastructure like a standard data center? In other words, is the IT department purchasing capacity but failing to scale the infrastructure up or down to address changing performance needs?
Although companies using the Cloud may be implementing tools essential for ensuring systems are functioning properly, they are neglecting to utilize other tools designed to take complete advantage of the Cloud's inherent flexibility and affordability. Consequently, these companies frequently come to the conclusion that the Cloud is "too expensive" and replace it with a system that is actually more expensive than the Cloud.
Being a business owner is not an easy role. The success of your organization relies on the decisions you make, especially when it directly affects your financial outlook. From the small investments, like whether or not to provide a coffee maker in the break room, to the larger commitments, such as whether or not to expand office space, the pressure is on you to cultivate a thriving operation.
Network security is important, but you already know that. For any business, the risk of exposing protected data is always one of the great fears. Big, impressive companies have fallen from grace over data breaches, and it can feel impossible to remain safe.
One of the reasons the battle is so uphill is because the biggest threat to your security is not external. Your own vetted users are the greatest obstacle between you and safe data. Today, you’re going to see strong examples to highlight this point and learn how to nip the problem in the bud.
Virtualization is one of the ultimate buzz words in enterprise technology. The IT experts speak of it with a light in their eyes and enthusiasm. Every sales pitch mentions it at some point, and in all fairness, virtualization is a large topic with many exciting applications.
The simple truth is that enterprise operations require at least some level of virtualization, and taking control of your virtual destiny is extremely important. It’s also a changing landscape. Microsoft has introduced the Windows Virtual Desktop, and it’s the biggest change to the game since the PC. Maybe.