Heraclitus, an ancient Greek philosopher once said, 'The only thing that is constant is change.' These words ring truer now perhaps more than any other time in our lives
"The recent health, economic and social watershed events of 2020 bring into stark reality how the fabric of our lives can change in an instant.
Despite these dizzying changes, one thing has not changed - the criticality of data. In fact, data has never been more critical than it is right now. That's why we are humbled to be recognized by Gartner as a Leader in the 2020 Data Center Backup & Recovery Solutions Magic Quadrant - a distinction we have earned in every Gartner Magic Quadrant for data center backup and recovery solutions since 1999.
Our 21-year position as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant is, we believe, a continuing affirmation of the trust our customers place in us, not merely as just a provider of leading data protection solutions, but as a partner committed to their long-term success..."
Imagine a framework where devices can share computing resources and services seamlessly with other devices and leverage programmable network capabilities to optimally analyze the data and deliver business outcomes
"IoT, social media and new edge deployments enabled by 5G and AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning) are driving cloud applications to move to distributed edge. Future usage models will require new architectures that enable highly collaborative data processing environment with intelligent and fluid sharing of compute resources and mobility of applications across devices. We believe new architectures and rapid industry innovations are required to enable seamless collaboration and data sharing at the edge..."
Executives from the manufacturing sector share their views on smart factories and the ability of emerging technologies - including AI, edge computing and the industrial internet of things - to create new business opportunities
"During the 'Smart Factories' Transformation Tune-In virtual event, hosted by Dell Technologies and Nvidia on Tuesday, June 23rd, a panel of experts came together to discuss changes in manufacturing operations in one of the most challenging years in decades. Russell Duggan-Rees, Digital Manufacturing Chief Technologist for DXC UK kicked it off by saying: 'Companies need all the help they can get at this time of increased supply chain challenges and new guidelines around employee safety. Those that are already on the smart factory journey have a significant advantage'...