Welcome to the monthly recap of The Real-Time Enterprise – September’s top content on real-time business, event-driven applications, AI, IoT, edge computing and more!
Included are the top tweets, LinkedIn posts, and blogs discussing digital transformation, IoT, real-time enterprise applications, and much more from the month of September.
This post was featured as the cover story for the September 2019 issue of Tech Mag Oil & Gas Edition where VANTIQ was listed as a Top 10 Oil & Gas Tech Solution Provider. Read how VANTIQ CEO Marty Sprinzen sees the Oil & Gas industry changing in the very near future and the role that VANTIQ will have to play in this digital transformation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) accelerates the pace of data creation, in both type and volume. Some 90% of all digital data has reportedly been generated in the last two years. That is 2.5 quintillion bytes, or 2.5 billion GB, of data per day. It’s the equivalent of streaming 2.5 billion hours of standard-definition video on Netflix. Imagine the possibilities if a company used this enormous amount of data to drive insightful decisions.
Businesses spanning every industry are undergoing tremendous disruption and change as the need for faster, more accurate, and cheaper application development tools increases exponentially. The digital age has brought with it significant opportunities but putting systems in place that make the most of these opportunities is easier said than done.
With the Internet of Things (IoT) generating more data than ever before, organisations must seriously consider what edge computing has to offer. According to a study from the International Data Corporation (IDC), 45 percent of all data created by IoT devices will be stored, processed, analyzed and acted upon close to or at the edge of a network by 2020.
Welcome to the VANTIQ Q&A Blog Series, where we bring the top IoT, real-time business, event-driven architecture and digital transformation thought leaders and ask the questions you want the answers to. We are excited to have Rob van Kranenburg from the IoT World Congress joining us today.
The IoT has the power to unleash the smart city, providing data-backed insights that can be used to inform sustainability initiatives, enhance operations and influence municipal planning and budgeting. However, the potential of this technology is currently capped by a few critical barriers — namely, security and cost.
We’ve heard it before: data drives digital transformation. But what does that really look like on the ground for businesses?
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