IDC's Worldwide IT/OT Convergence Strategies provides insight and thought leadership as they relate to technology shifts, organizational pressures, and market conditions caused by the digital transformation of operational industries like manufacturing, oil and gas, utilities, healthcare, and retail. The program will focus on such areas as operational data strategies, operational cybersecurity, and IT. This CIS will provide insight into the transforming business models that are driving the convergence of IT and operational technology.
Worldwide IT/OT Convergence Strategies
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
- IT/OT Governance Models in Manufacturing, Utilities, Oil and Gas, and Other Industries
- Data Historians
- Industrial Automation
- Grid and Distribution Automation
- Upstream Production Automation
- Building Automation
- Industrial Edge Devices
- Industrial IoT
- Operational and IoT Security
- Asset Management
- Driving IT Cybersecurity into an OT World
- Three Steps to a Converged IT/OT Model
- Data Historians for IT
- Edge Analytics on the Grid
- IIoT and Smart Manufacturing
- Consultants Providing OT and IT Services
In addition to the insight provided in this service, IDC may conduct research on specific topics or emerging market segments via research offerings that require additional IDC funding and client investment.
Key Questions Answered
- How do you build a converged IT/OT governance model?
- What part of the organization owns the edge?
- Who owns the IIoT strategy?
- What does the consulting landscape look like in a converged IT/OT environment?
- Is ERP IT or OT?
- Where do data historians fit in an enterprise data strategy?
- How can we take IT security into OT environments?
ABB Ltd., AVEVA Group plc, C3, Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Dassault Systemes SE, Emerson Electric Co., GE Digital LLC, Honeywell International Inc., IBM, Infor, Inc., Maana, Inc., Microsoft Corporation, OSIsoft, LLC, Oracle Corporation, Plex Systems, Inc., QAD Inc., Rockwell Software Inc., SAP SE, Schneider Electric SE, Siemens AG, Uptake Technologies Inc.