Edge Computing vs. Cloud Computing

Some people consider edge computing and cloud computing one and the same thing. But there is a difference. As far as cloud computing is concerned, a public cloud vendor’s network stores all data and applications in large data centers. On the other hand, in edge computing, workloads are hosted in a relatively closer location to end users than a traditional data center. Edge computing is more about placing service provisioning, data, and intelligence closer to users and devices. The edge approach provides data processing closer to the source. That makes edge computing critical to things that require quick performance in real-time. On the other hand,Read More →

Cloud Automation in SAP

Now that cloud computing has become more popular, it’s no longer the scary notion it used to be. It’s all considered good practice, whether it’s using one of the major public clouds such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, or one of the specialist SAP hosting businesses. Cloud hosting has revolutionized how we think about server administration. The ability to provision a server for a few dollars or euros, run a little program for a short time and then tear it down when you’re done, while also providing robustness and infrastructure to support huge scale & major business applications was unheard of just a fewRead More →


The business world is changing, and so are the threats. The surge in remote work has led to an increase not only in consumer-level computing devices but also at corporate levels, where many companies will have more than one instance per employee using their own device for job purposes–which makes them prime targets if hackers want to access your network! A common solution people often turn to when faced with this problem? purchasing antivirus software intended just for home computers or laptops, which isn’t geared toward protecting against modern cyberattacks. What are Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Extended Detection and Response (XDR)? What setsRead More →

Benefits of IIoT

IIoT can be referred to as the “Industrial Internet of Things.” It is an industrial framework in which a large number of devices or equipment are connected and synchronised using software tools and third-platform technology. IoT uses smart machines and real-time analysis to better utilise industrial machine data. Following are the ways a business can benefit from the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Improves Efficiency: The IIoT allows manufacturers to automate and optimise their operating efficiency. Robotics and automated machines enhance production and help firms streamline processes. This helps manufacturers better understand the operational effectiveness of individual equipment and fleets. Using advanced analytics on IIoTRead More →


Many people in charge of making decisions are still unfamiliar with the Internet of Things (IoT). However, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in particular has begun to garner a lot of attention. The IIoT is seeing rapid expansion, and as a result, organisations that implement this technology to modernise their production and control mechanisms will face various opportunities and obstacles. A key element of Industry 4.0 technologies is IIoT technology. In IIoT Technology data is collected from sensors and devices, analysis is performed on that data, and then action is taken based on its findings in order to anticipate and prevent problems, maximise efficiencyRead More →