Experts predict that the Internet of Things is set to facilitate a fourth industrial revolution—a new wave of technology changes that will trigger a paradigm shift in manufacturing and the supply chain. The world of production is becoming more and more networked and will extend beyond the limits
of individual factories to interconnect multiple factories. The physical flow of materials is becoming integrated with information flows. We believe that connected machines, people and systems will empower real-time decision making at every level in the factory, giving manufacturers the ability to
gather and use new data to increase product quality and transform operations. IT is increasingly involved with the management, security and governance of this data. Using real-world customer examples, this session will provide a practical framework to evaluate sensor enablement, transaction processes and analytics.
Drawing upon our own experience at Dell with Big Data and those of some select best practices within our customers we will walk you through examples of what works, how it works and what to expect as a return on investment and what could trip up your project. Expect an added highlight about Digital product development and how Big Data and high performance computing to show where the digital world meets the “real” world.
The workplace continues to evolve.... mobility & more collaboration will change how we work. Learn how Dell are supporting customers with the adapting workforce, addressing new behaviours, mobility, technologies & globalization.
Information Security continues to evolve, with cybercriminals busier than ever. Targeted attacks like the recent TalkTalk breach continue to make headlines and increase the fear factor among senior executives at organisations.
As executives keep asking new questions of their teams, so those teams continue to ask new questions of Dell SecureWorks.
In this webcast Chris Yule, Senior Principal Consultant at Dell SecureWorks, will discuss the top 5 trends identified over the past few months which we have identified from these discussion and expect to continue throughout 2016.
These are the topics security professionals should be prepared to talk about this year, and will include 5 different perspectives on security:
1. Organisation: How are enterprises organising and preparing themselves to respond to the latest threats?
2. Intelligence: What’s being done to utilise Threat Intelligence effectively?
3. Expansion: Key areas to focus on as information security expands to cover suppliers and cloud services
4. Control: What new technologies and services are emerging to better control your information and environment?
5. Testing: How can all of the above be combined to effectively test the security you have in place?
"IoT is transforming our plants and processes into an ecosystem of information that can enrich our lives and drive innovation. From increasing manufacturing quality and yield, to predictive maintenance and smart supply chain, if companies can truly harness the power of this insight they can create new avenues to innovation and huge competitive advantage. Join this webinar to listen to practical examples and how Dell can help to start small and focus on real returns"
The multi-award winning PowerEdge VRTX now has even more amazing features packed into the extremely compact and amazingly quiet chassis.
The Dell PowerEdge VRTX brings order to chaos, redefines IT operations and allows you to deploy performance anywhere.
PowerEdge VRTX is a powerful, scalable, easy to manage solutions platform, optimized specifically for office environments. Clear up the complexity of disparate hardware, multiple management tools, and hardware sprawl with an optimized platform that integrates server nodes, storage, networking and management into a compact 5U chassis.
Although initially designed with the express goal to deliver on the specialized needs of remote office/branch office (ROBO) environments the PowerEdge VRTX has found itself being deployed in a huge range of locations and solutions due to its power and flexibility.
•Office-optimized dimensions, acoustics, and security
•Scalable, integrated shared storage to harness data explosion
•Simplified systems management
•Simplified networking to fit small business budgets
•Highly available and easy to service
•Flexible installation with both rack and standalone options.
Join us to hear how VRTX and its new features could help you radically rethinking your organisations IT solutions. Get ready to be amazed by how powerful simplicity can be.
Today technology is driving business and business is driving technology. Your enterprise is only as innovative as its IT. We believe that even the most convoluted IT environments can be simplified, standardized, and made future-ready. It requires a commitment to long-term thinking and a more disciplined approach to IT decision-making throughout an organization. There are many cultural and operational changes that make up this approach, and that’s why it’s relevant not only for IT leaders but for all leaders who are responsible for delivering business results.
Dell can leverage innovation to accelerate business. Unlike approaches which bind you to rigid or closed systems, Dell Future Ready solutions give you the power to evolve and transform with open systems based on industry standards, delivering a modular, software defined foundation designed for scalability and automation that can shape IT to your business.
With Dell’s unique portfolio of end to end solutions, you can reap the benefits of the Future Ready strategy anywhere in your enterprise, from data center to device. You can maximize savings at both the point of technology acquisition as well as the through the technology lifecycle, so your IT investment goes further.
Through the series of webinars hosted on this site, learn how Dell can support your business to become Future Ready…..