Welcome to the monthly recap of The Real-Time Enterprise – March’s top content on smart manufacturing, event-driven applications, AI, and edge computing!
Included are the top tweets, LinkedIn posts, and blogs discussing digital transformation, IoT, real-time enterprise applications, and much more from the month of March – as chosen by you, our readers.
Last week, part of the VANTIQ team attended the Supply Chain Insights Live EU 2019 event in Düsseldorf, Germany. It was quite an event and a great week overall. Here is what we experienced along with some key takeaways.
By adopting edge computing, companies move some processing to the periphery, closer to where the work is needed most to improve performance, decrease network traffic, and reduce latency. This introduces a scale of cybersecurity challenges regular data center operators may not be used to dealing with.
The last few decades have seen a massive shift from on-premise software to cloud computing. By storing data and performing computing processes elsewhere, we have freed ourselves to be able to do more on our phones, computers or IoT devices without needing the corresponding extra memory or computing power. However, we’re about to see things begin to swing back in the other direction.
As software continues to “eat the world”, digital transformation intiatives increasingly depend on companies effectively developing software applications. Doing this right requires world-class product management. Consultant and product management guru Rich Mironov shares numerous valuable insights for business leaders on how to get product management right.
Manufacturing companies can feel product cycles tightening around them. In our fast-paced world, consumers are tossing out devices with rapid regularity, calling for the newest gadget, the hottest feature, the most instantaneous service.
Johannes Schmitz-Lenders, co-founder and CEO of German systems-integrator and consultant, parcs IT-Consulting, discusses the necessary requirements for businesses today if they are to survive in the near future of rapid development and deployment of complex systems.
With record low unemployment in the U.S., it has become increasingly difficult to find workers interested in pursuing factory jobs, especially as manufacturing becomes more high-tech.
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