By Manoj Bajaj and Rajaram Gopalan
Several organizations are considering a move to SAP S/4HANA now or in the future. Those on SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) 6.0 have the option of migrating to the on-premise version of SAP S/4HANA, either in a private cloud or a more traditional environment. Implementing SAP S/4HANA on premise gives organizations the flexibility to customize the environment, develop tailored interfaces, user experiences, reports, and more.
If you ask any member of the C-Suite, they will tell you that they take cybersecurity “very seriously.” No doubt they do. No one wants their company highlighted in the next embarrassing headline about a cybersecurity breach that exposed millions of consumers to identity theft and cost their shareholders millions in cash and stock value.
With the growth of software-defined networking solutions, it might be tempting to toll the death knell for Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). But that would be a mistake.
In our industry, the word “modern” stands in contrast to the word “legacy,” a word I hear quite often when I talk to customers. In between the two is a digital transformation process; modernizing the network is a transformational experience.
If you’re thinking about deploying or upgrading a VoIP or TDM solution, you’ve probably heard about SIP trunking as a way to reduce both hard and soft costs while tapping nearly unlimited bandwidth and enabling access to rich communications. SIP talk seems to be everywhere as we head into summer and for good reason.
Considering a move to the cloud? You’re in good company. More and more organizations are incorporating some type of cloud—public, private, or hybrid—into their IT strategy.
Industry 4.0 is here. This fourth industrial revolution is transforming manufacturing operations once again. Manufacturers today can take advantage of artificial intelligence, analytics, cloud solutions, and other cutting-edge technologies to improve decision-making, boost productivity, increase product quality, and enhance efficiency.
The pace of business is accelerating. It’s a hot topic in magazine after magazine. When CenturyLink and 451 Research surveyed global IT leaders last year, we identified 4 pillars of digital transformation, all of which benefit from adaptability and speed of delivery of services: