From outdated server infrastructure and operating systems to manually maintained network gear and unpatched end-user compute: there are many ways that technology can expose organizations to increased security risks and outages. To avoid these risks, businesses need to fully understand the health of their IT systems and take a proactive approach to managing the IT infrastructure that is running all workloads, not just the critical ones.
With increased digitization, the adoption of cloud computing has seen a phenomenal rise in recent years. As per IDC estimates, spending on cloud computing grew at 6x the rate of IT spending through 2020, and is expected to grow even further in the next 5 years.
Edge computing is a shift of computing power and storage to locations closer to the source or creation of data. Edge Computing is NOT a specific technology, in and of itself, but an architectural approach to improve the performance of the overall environment.
Digital transformation has become paramount for every industry and the retail industry is no different. However, with the rise in the adoption of new-age technologies and increasing connectivity, many retailers face several challenges with respect to building better omnichannel experience, tighter supply chains and driving data insights.