23rd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology

August 22-25, 2022 | China

23rd IEEE International Conference
The IEEE ICIT 2022 Conference is one of the most important events where you can learn about the newest emerging developments and applications in the rapidly evolving field of Industrial Technology. The purpose of the IEEE ICIT international conference is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of emerging industrial technology.
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Organizations today use cloud computing in ever more innovative ways: to run mission-critical production workloads, to analyze big data for true business insight, to develop and manage mobile applications. All this is vital. But none of it means anything if a disruption or outage shuts down a business. A few years ago, organizations could feel satisfied with recovery time objectives of several hours. Now, any outage can be reported on social media within minutes, damaging brand reputation and affecting an organization’s bottom line.1 Because availability and resiliency have never been more critical, and because cloud computing can dramatically reduce recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs), resiliency improvement is often the first, best use of cloud technologies.


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Spotlight

Organizations today use cloud computing in ever more innovative ways: to run mission-critical production workloads, to analyze big data for true business insight, to develop and manage mobile applications. All this is vital. But none of it means anything if a disruption or outage shuts down a business. A few years ago, organizations could feel satisfied with recovery time objectives of several hours. Now, any outage can be reported on social media within minutes, damaging brand reputation and affecting an organization’s bottom line.1 Because availability and resiliency have never been more critical, and because cloud computing can dramatically reduce recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs), resiliency improvement is often the first, best use of cloud technologies.

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