The drive for digital transformation is being led by the CIO. Because of the criticality of this transformational strategy, the CIO is finding a place at the table more often because their efforts are now driving the business, not just the infrastructure.
With IoT huge amounts of data are being generated at the edge, businesses that must deliver service to their end customers can now leverage this data to proactively deliver that service and optimize results. Hewlett-Packard Enterprise has a full suite of capabilities to help drive this new innovation.
Tape is dead. While seen as an inexpensive solution for archiving, the fragility and capacity can’t keep up with today’s storage needs. Sony, a leader in tape technology, is actually the driving force behind Everspan, the technology that can render tape useless with optical technology.
The Internet of Things discussions typically center on devices, moving data and analysis, but most often the missing link is the actual data. The ability to capture and quickly analyze may make a business more agile, but if you can’t trust the data, moving quickly may simply shorten the time to error.
Support is the next frontier to be reinvented with the assistance of big data. And nobody has more data about their customers’ support needs than Dell, enabling them to be far more proactive in delivering new support services.