New attack vectors are on the horizon with the dawn of increased connectivity in the Internet of Everything. This new threat landscape requires healthcare organizations to think beyond HIPAA and HITECH laws and regulations and understand how security controls also impact business operations as a whole.
We all know that like a diamond, there are many facets to “security”. I want to take just a couple minutes to highlight one particular area that customers have been asking our partners to help them address – the “noise pollution” that comes from all the devices, people, applications, etc. that make-up their ever increasing and complex business computing environment.
It is critical for staff of organizations to have access to any information they need at any time and from any device, but recently, the increase in the variety of devices has made providing access more challenging for IT.
The buzz around IoT in retail is deafening, but to me it sounds like white noise on a television that has lost its signal. Is it beacons, mobile devices, RFID tags, NFC? Where do I start in a conversation with a retailer around their IoT strategy and how I can help? What’s REAL and where will the money be spent?
From where to start in your big data journey to what infrastructure is most appropriate for Hadoop, Solution Program Manager Bruce Gilroy has your answers to the top 6 questions surrounding Big Data and Hadoop.
The top predictions for the IoT industry in 2015 have held mostly true, and as we look to expand on IoT opportunities in 2016 we need to better understand the low hanging fruit in IoT today.
In this video, Avnet CIO Steve Phillips outlines and explains the four IT trends that he believes will have the greatest impact on the enterprise in 2016, for customers and employees alike.