As global consultancy Bain & Company pointed out, COVID-19 and the shift to remote work may accelerate the shift to edge computing, since “dramatic shifts in traffic patterns have exposed weaknesses in network infrastructure, strengthening the case for investments in technology that reduces bottlenecks.” But IT leaders must first understand where the value of edge computing lies for their organizations.
Understanding the specific business case for emerging technology capabilities is always important. Exploring increasingly common use cases is particularly helpful when it comes to potential enterprise edge computing investments because their applications can vary so widely.
"Defining use cases upfront is important in edge computing because it drives architectural decisions."
“Defining use cases upfront is important in edge computing...