This handbook outlines best practices for building a secure IT/OT convergence and integration strategy, as well as insights into why people may just be the most critical piece of the IT/OT convergence security equation.
The current utilities environment requires companies to decrease costs while increasing the ability to control utility assets. One key challenge is how to take advantage of new technologies to better manage the delivery of service to customers today and into the future. IBM Service Management for the IUN provides a blueprint for getting started.
This white paper explores key business event processing capabilities that are helping energy and utilities organizations to manage instrumented and intelligent utility networks detect outages, improve grid security, and prevent fraudulent use of energy.
This webcast highlights some of the compliance and collaboration challenges facing the extended nuclear ecosystem, describe a potential solution that can aid addressing the challenges, and present several examples of where the solution has been implemented in the nuclear space.
Learn how an integrated security intelligence platform provides the necessary components to help energy and utilities companies automate compliance and risk management, detect and manage threats, and protect the smart grid from both security breaches and cyber-attacks.
Explore the four phases of the lifecycle for the upgrade methodology of an on-site delivery model that provides upgrade services to enable one organization to achieve its business objects.
Greater equipment densities and power demands are driving the need for 3-phase power in the equipment cabinet. This white paper explains 3-phase power, its advantages and the cost savings associated with using it in the data center.
Watch this webcast to learn how organizations in the financial services, communications, utilities, and retail industries are adopting business process management (BPM) software and using best practices to address their pertinent process challenges to deliver relevant business value.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how new technologies are supporting the rise of vertical farming, and could revolutionise food supply chains. We examine one of the biggest trends in the cloud – serverless computing. And Brexit has not yet ended the debate about UK-EU data protection. Read the issue now.
This study of over 150 Fortune 1000 firms from every major industry or vertical explores issues associated with the lifeblood of today’s enterprises: data. The findings demonstrate the often dramatic impacts that even marginal investments in information technology can have when that technology addresses data quality, usability, and intelligence.