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Research found that 85% of the computing capacity in legacy networking remains unused, and manual human errors cost businesses 35% network downtime.
Collecting massive amounts of data from various devices and sensors is futile without a proper data management and operational strategy in place
Organisations looking to maintain their competitive edge are eager to add IoT to their infrastructure – however, the risk of costly mistakes still exists.
Enterprise networking is still hardware-driven, but it has already started to shift to a software-centric approach due to cloud technology.
Once organisations decide to transition to the cloud – most likely to accelerate digital innovations potential hiccups are likely to appear.
As business leaders move towards 2019, the threat of cybersecurity breaches and attacks remains a clear threat to their organisations.
Virtualisation enables the use of virtual machines to store and compute information when accessed through the network servers.