Research study reveals challenges facing advanced computers and highlights Schneider Electric solutions

1000 specialists participated in it throughout the year

The professionals are from the United States, China, Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, India and Ireland. 50% of them have proven their ability to improve cyber security and 44% confirm their flexibility and reliability

Cairo, Egypt – Schneider Electric has announced the latest report from the International Data Corporation (IDC) on monitoring and analysis based on integrated cloud and IT dependency, the mechanism by which it is possible to enable the digital transformation process for different companies and sectors in addition to restructuring the ways of rapid software development and application management.The report also addressed the driving forces for advanced investment, the challenges and obstacles facing companies and different sectors for digital transformation and distribution, and the strategic recommendations which must be complied with. to promote the transformation process and increase investment in it.

More than 1,000 specialists in information technology and operations across the fields of industry, healthcare, education and other sectors participated in the research, during which several field visits to a number of global industrial institutions, led by the United States, China, Japan , Germany, the United Kingdom, India, Ireland and other countries, ranging from The workforce within their companies is between 100 and 1000 employees.

The participants in the research study stressed the need to invest in advanced computers to support workloads, the most important of which is the monitoring of the operational network locally, in addition to the storage and processing of operational data to bring it to the cloud, such as 50 % of them quoted. its ability to improve cyber security, while 44% emphasized that Despite its flexibility and reliability, they see many challenges that stand in the way of implementing this process, as 32% of them lack or slow connection, and 31% the presence of disturbances or frequent power outages for a period of more than 60 seconds.

As for the main challenges mentioned by the study, which can be overcome when moving to the linked digital transformation process, it is represented in three challenges, the first of which is the fear that affects some due to the absence of physical and cyber security when linking operations, which can be avoided by simply linking to the cloud, where the power of operational data can be harnessed to drive a set of new and improved use cases, and such data can enhance collaboration within the organization and remote operations enable, which in turn achieves work efficiency while ensuring companies have flexible operations, and secondly, the qualified staff needed to implement the digital transformation process technology, which is what It requires to focus on contact with companies before anything else or frameworks distinguished by those experiences, whether within or outside its settings, and ultimately reliability, which

Digital transformation is the main concern for many organizations, especially as more local operations capabilities are directly supported remotely by peripherals.

Commenting on the study, Chris Hanley, Vice President of Business Operations and Global Networks at Schneider Electric, emphasized: “As organizations and companies always strive to try everything new, to improve the quality of work and the efficiency of the services they provide increase liver. to customers, both administratively and operationally, while maintaining safety and security, and becoming more sustainable, it tends to use more digital technologies, ”he said, adding:“ The report aims to address the role that advanced computers can play. play and expand the importance of using it to enable the process of digital transformations. ”

“The IDC report highlights the strategies that IT professionals and decision makers in various sectors can adopt to demonstrate their advanced computing capabilities in the future, and supports remote and connected operations that are secure, reliable, resilient and sustainable,” Chris Hanley explained .

On the other hand, Jennifer Cook, Director of Research and Edge Strategies at the International Data Corporation, showed that: “Advanced computer resources, so called because they perform processing and storage at the edge of the network and in a geographical location close to the user’s location, is the basis for the transition to digital connected operations, especially as the various institutions and economic sectors will become vulnerable if they fail in the digital transformation process. ” He said: “The leaders of the various institutions and sectors need to address the concerns they have built around cybersecurity and various electronic communications issues as these digital technologies can guarantee their maximum access. The skill levels needed to ‘ maintain a well-developed infrastructure.

The report stated that Schneider Electric, a pioneer in the digital transformation of energy management, automation and enhanced sustainability solutions, expressed the ability of its technologies and technological software solutions to design strategies for all customers and different sectors to achieve the greatest degrees of operation, work, management, safety and sustainability, through three different technological axes, the first of which is infrastructure technology that can achieve flexibility, be safe and sustainable for any developed environment, and the second is the EcoStruxure IT platform to monitor and manages all facilities, in addition to access to all the details of remote work, the ability to provide insights, recommendations and reporting based on data, and finally, the provision of an ecosystem. An integrated network consisting of multiple connected networks based on information technology to the global network to communicate with partners and engineers with reliable experience.

It is noteworthy that the process of digital transformations that are first connected can contribute to the confirmation and enhancement of the capabilities of institutions in the field of advanced computing, through three main axes, the first of which is the development of energy and communication resources that are flexible is, safe and sustainable, leading to the reduction of risks of downtime faced by companies due to lack of energy, by including flexible energy and communication resources early in the advanced planning stages, and secondly, the ability to remotely monitor and manage enterprise resources. Large Scale Special Advanced Computer

Businesses and companies are equipped to support continuous distance monitoring and independent industry, and ultimately trusted partners, who can provide the necessary skills and advanced resources, where trusted service partners can predict problems before they occur, especially those companies committed to sustainability, such as 82 % of respondents They mentioned the need for sustainability as an optional measure for providers of advanced solutions.


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