Many companies’ enterprise resource planning systems, which house their most valuable data, are still too vulnerable.
What would happen if your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system were attacked? For many companies, the consequences would be devastating.
The US may be heading for a recession this year. It isn’t slowing down growth in the global Internet of Things (IoT) services market.
That’s expected to grow from $163.7 billion in 2021 to $188.8 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.3%, according to Reportlinker.com.
The term ‘big data’ is used so commonly in research and marketing terms, you would think it’s been here forever. But actually, big data evolved from database marketing (read first efforts of targeted direct mail) in the mid to late 1980’s.
Most companies take their integration infrastructure for granted. I’m talking about middleware such as IBM MQ, Kafka, Solace, ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ. These form the basis of most enterprise-level businesses.
One of our electronic manufacturing customers was building products worth $40K per minute.
November 2021 is a good month if you’re a Fortune 500 or Global 2000 enterprise. The investments your organization has made in “integration” over the years were necessary as the organization and the IT infrastructure grew, but the Integration Infrastructure (i2) has likely been considered a necessary evil by senior management. That investment can now be leveraged in two important, new ways.
Ask the Experts and Innovators: Leigh Reed
Leigh Reed, a Service Automation and Assurance Analyst who is also an expert in service operations and APM, including messaging middleware and full-stack performance, and other monitoring, is my guest for this interview. Mr.