This National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, learn the three digital risk management priorities that are top-of-mind as leaders face increased pressure to secure their businesses, bottom lines and reputations.
Between now and 2030, humans and machines will work in closer concert with each other, transforming our lives. Take a look at what’s coming down the pike next.
The future of work is flexible, untethered and peppered with virtual and mixed reality. Much of the compute is happening on the Edge, meaning on the device you work on. Sam Burd, President of Dell’s Client Solutions Group, discusses the future of work.
By Dan Newman, Futurum
We already know that 90 percent of the world’s data has been created in the last few years alone. To deal with the massive quantities of IoT data, companies will need to turn to machine learning. It will simply be too much for humans to handle alone.
By Ari Lightman, Carnegie Mellon University
At any moment, any company can take a hit that might impede its ability to produce and sell its goods or services, in other words, it might be disrupted. When this happens, the company’s resiliency is put to the test.
By Eric Vanderburg
As the size of the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow, so too do the potential security risks for enterprise IoT as attackers target it. Gartner estimates 8.4 billion IoT devices will be in service this year and that by 2020, we will have 26 billion IoT devices connected.
Connecting physical things with the Internet of Things is still in its nacency, integrating smart things is even newer. Learn what type of considerations and technology innovations it takes to succeed. Listen to Liam Quinn, Dell’s CTO of IoT.