Public Sector Tech Talk E29: Converting the Edge from Danger Zone to Intelligent Hub
Like their commercial counterparts, public sector entities want to extend their infrastructures and operations to the edge. The term "edge" has become overused and overloaded, and few consumers and technologists genuinely understand it in depth. Many fear the edge due to security concerns or the required changes affecting people, processes, and culture. Those that have adopted edge technology have done so in a fashion that limits its benefits. Simply "storing and ignoring" information without insight or passing all data from the edge back to the core or the cloud – where it degrades network performance and may arrive too late to be relevant – undervalues the edge. To fully get their return on their edge investments, public sector entities must implement "the intelligent edge." During this Public Sector Tech Talk, Hewlett Packard Enterprise joins WWT to explore what that means and how to achieve the objective.
World Wide Technology
HPC Architect and Alchemist
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Goals and Objectives
After viewing this episode, you will understand more about intelligent edge technology, why the edge must be intelligent and automated to deliver on its promise, what are the latest advances in intelligent edge capabilities and solutions, and how public sector entities can extract maximum value from the intelligent edge to promote disruptive business models and accelerate their digital transformation efforts.
Who should attend?
Public sector IT professionals looking to learn about emerging technologies and drivers shaping the future of government. This series is geared towards those developing and executing solutions that address the unique challenges faced by government agencies. In this case, a focus on the intelligent edge.