Whether it’s production control critical to latency, edge calculations or, for example, automatic image recognition to identify production errors: not much works here with traditional servers. “Renew rather than innovate” is the order of the day. This means that before companies can think about new business models, they first have to look at their data center.
This is also because legacy server technologies get in the way when organizations pursue a disparate cloud strategy and wish to unite the different worlds of IT. Or process automation: Industrial companies that want to do this on the production line rather than in the cloud need more modern hardware.
In the end, the landscape of threats also changed. Cybercriminals target devices more and more. If this infiltrated corporate networks, dangerous ransomware could be placed on top of it.
Discover in the COMPUTERWOCHE podcast “The Heart of Digitization” in collaboration with Dell Technologies
How modern server platforms play a crucial role in opening new markets,
Why use artificial intelligence only then ignites “Turbo” and
Why more modern servers are also recommended for security reasons.
Supervisor Sven Hansel Welcome to his podcast Axel Obermann From analyst firm Avispador and Peter Domig from Dell Technologies. Together, the two experts explain how powerful devices inspire digitization.