Silicon Valley in St. Louis

Organizations that take the traditional view of IT as a cost center likely will go away. Ones that view IT as a strategic weapon will flourish if they have a process to digest, evaluate and implement the onslaught of new technology. Digital success will not only require IT to be part of the business, but it will also require IT to move at the speed of the business. With so much technology coming at them, it’s easy for enterprise IT staff to get stuck evaluating one-off, emerging technology products. This is an ineffective and inefficient use of their time. Instead, next-generation IT needs to be focused on building digital platforms that help differentiate and grow the business, ultimately improving customer, patient, fan and employee experience.

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Fifth Domain

Opinion: Making Continuous Compliance a Reality

Tim Robinson is practice manager, public sector security, at World Wide Technology. Here, he writes that by integrating the right technologies building a network that is compliant with the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program and the Department of Defense’s Comply to Connect program is possible.
Network World

Network World: SD-WAN: What is it and why you’ll use it one day

SD-WAN, a software approach managing wide-area networks, offers ease of deployment, central manageability and reduced costs, and can improve connectivity to branch offices and the cloud. WWT's Neil Anderson contributes to the conversation with Michael Cooney.

CRN: New Cybereason Americas Channel Chief Doubles Down On Health Care

No industry matches health care as to the sheer breadth of sensitive data, with attackers looking to get their hands on Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, sales records and prescription records, says Cybereason's Joe O’Donnell. WWT's Matt Berry provides further comment.
5G Radar

5G Radar: ‘5G has arrived, and the time to act is now’

5G will have a revolutionary role for businesses. Daniel Valle, EMEA Chief Technologist at WWT reveals all to 5G Radar.

TechTarget: PDU-UPS evolves slowly, offers partners modularity

Data center power infrastructure may not be the epicenter of IT innovation, but channel partners see vendors providing modularity, customization options and redundancy features. WWT's Mike Parham offers his insights to John Moore.