IoT Technology Roadmap
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
11:30 am - 12:30 pm EST
IoT technology decisions can be challenging – the ecosystem is vast and encompasses a wide array of technologies and vendors.
As enterprises ramp up their deployments, some clear preferences are coming into focus.
Utilizing the most recent data from the 451 Alliance, Research Director Rich Karpinski will provide a deep dive exploration of the key technologies that enterprises are deploying today to support their IoT initiatives.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the best practices from IT experts across a variety of industries.
Expect to learn:
- Where is IT primarily deploying IoT compute, storage and analytics, from the edge out to the cloud?
- What infrastructure approach is predominate: SaaS, PaaS or IaaS?
- What advanced technologies matter most for IoT: AI? Digital twin? VR/AR? Etc…
- Who makes IoT technology decisions, IT or OT? And how can they best work together?
- What are the key technologies – and most in-use vendors –in critical IoT technology areas, including:
- Storage, compute, security, connectivity, applications and more
Explore the answers to these and other critical enterprise IoT questions by learning the real-world choices IT decision-makers are making and apply those solutions to your organization today.
Benchmarking Enterprise Application Security
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
11:30 am - 12:30 pm EDT
Software – really code – is still eating the world, but prominent breaches against web applications show us that not all that code is being created with a consideration towards security.
You’ve heard the term DevSecOps bandied about, but what does that mean in a practical sense, what’s really shifting around application security?
Join Daniel Kennedy, Research Director for Information Security at 451 Research, for a discussion drawing on three years of peer market intelligence around application security tool usage within enterprises, contextualized by personal experience.
What challenges emerge as security and development work together in a new paradigm, and how can the needs of each be met?